You can view a complete list of CyberGhost VPN‘s servers, but you can also access them based on your activity profile.
CyberGhost offers Dedicated IP servers, but you’ll need to purchase this option, receive a token, and paste it in the appropriate section of the VPN client.
Additionally, you can also connect to P2P-optimized (torrenting) servers, and even dedicated streaming servers, if you need to.
A rundown of the CyberGhost VPN protocols
CyberGhost supports multiple security protocols to help you encrypt traffic and keep it safe.
You can find them in the CyberGhost VPN section of the Settings screen. The protocols supported by CyberGhost are as follows:
- OpenVPN – arguably the most popular VPN protocol that offers great security, speed, and compatibility
- IKEv2 – generally faster than OpenVPN, but might not be compatible with all systems
- WireGuard – newest VPN protocol, reportedly the fastest, most secure one you could use
If you can’t decide which protocol you’re going to stick with, CyberGhost 8 also offers you an Automatic selection choice in the VPN protocol menu.
Furthermore, there are various other settings you can customize.
For instance, you can force the VPN client to use TCP instead of UDP to avoid TCP traffic restrictions and increase the reliability of your connection.
Additionally, it’s possible to use a random port to connect, disable IPv6 connections, and repair your virtual network card from the same menu.
Privacy settings and smart rules
To enhance your VPN experience, CyberGhost offers some extra privacy settings. Namely:
- Block content – helps you block DNS domains that are used for malware, trackers, and ads
- Automatic kill switch – blocks any Internet traffic if your VPN connection fails, to prevent accidental data leaks
- Prevent DNS leaks – makes use of CyberGhost’s private nameservers to avoid DNS leaks
Moreover, you can define a series of rules to create your own privacy triggers.
CyberGhost lets you connect to a VPN server automatically when launching the client, and even launch a third-party app after CyberGhost has been launched.
You can also set rules for connecting to secured and unsecured Wi-Fi networks, manage exceptions, and define individual app rules.
Is CyberGhost VPN 8 worth the price?
Although the latest version is not groundbreaking by any means, CyberGhost VPN remains one of the best VPNs on the market, thanks to its zero-logging policy and great privacy/security features.
It’s also fast, granted that you select an appropriate combo of protocols and servers to use.
More importantly, you can test CyberGhost for one day, entirely free, no credit card information required.
This is crucial for new users who are not ready to commit to purchasing a VPN subscription plan without getting to try it first.
If you’re convinced that this is the VPN you want to stick with, here’s how to get it.
Take CyberGhost VPN 8 for a spin, amp up your online privacy, and unblock unlimited streaming services!
FAQ: Learn more about CyberGhost VPN
No, CyberGhost VPN isn’t free. But you can use it for free for one day on Windows and for seven days on Android and iOS. Check out the hottest CyberGhost VPN deals.
- Does CyberGhost VPN really work?
CyberGhost VPN is one of the fastest VPNs on the market. It really unblocks blocked streaming services, like Netflix US and BBC iPlayer.
Yes, it’s legal to use CyberGhost VPN in most countries, including the US. But you can get banned for using a VPN in several parts of the world, such as North Korea.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in November 2018 and was revamped and updated in December 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Vlad Constantinescu and was first posted to WindowsReport