Get Access to Blocked UK Sites with Expat Shield, Compatible With Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7

Written By Sam on 11 November 2010
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Expat Shield, AnchorFree’s new and free VPN service, gives users access to various restricted UK sites like iPlayer, ITV player, Spotify and Channel 4. It basically creates VPN connections to servers in the United Kingdom. Plus, the server provides anonymity as well as protection against packet sniffers by using encrypted connections like HTTPS. 

Expat Shield is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. It is also compatible with the Windows 64 bit versions. It basically installs a VPN client via which users can connect or disconnect from the VPN server.

The service promises users three key features or benefits of using this VPN service:

  • User Privacy will be maintained as users may browse anonymously and also control who can see their personal information. This includes protecting the user’s name, location, browsing history and search history.
  • User identity will be protected through encrypted connections like HHTPS. Now hackers and thieves will not get access to sensitive data like emails, credit card numbers and social security numbers.
  • Users can access websites available only in the UK by getting a UK IP address and visit blocked UK sites like Spotify, Channel 4, iPlayer and ITV.

The downside is that even though this program is free for users, they still pay the price for getting it free. That’s because advertisements and banners appear on top of the browser page and cannot be avoided and they can get annoying at times.

Interested users can download the service by visiting the following link the company website.

One Response to “Get Access to Blocked UK Sites with Expat Shield, Compatible With Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7”

  1. just_oof says:

    hi plz send me vpn plz plz

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