Even though Internet access is used both for personal and business purposes, traffic is kept under close watch for security reasons, making it easy to be tracked down, based on your IP address. However, there are ways to bypass this inconvenience and with the help of specialized applications like CConnect you can rest assured that you can browse the web anonymously.
Running the application brings up a pretty visually appealing interface, even though there's not much to look at. Most of the space is taken up by a world map that pinpoints locations where you can connect to in order to establish security. Various info is displayed in small panels spread across the interface.
Choose preferred connection settings
You don't need to keep the main window up, because once a connection is established, the application can safely stay hidden in the system tray until further notice. Several options are available, but these can easily be accessed from the tray icon menu.
What's more, you can set the application to run as soon as you reach the desktop to save time, with the possibility to also make it automatically connect to a preferred location. Configurations are easy to understand and with a simple mouse click you can select the preferred OpenVPN port, as well as the VPN protocol to use.
Your location is important
Since everything comes with a price, you might encounter some issues if you're just looking for an easy an accessible method to secure your browsing experience. Depending on your location and the server you wish to connect to, an insignificant to moderate monthly fee might be required, but some are free of charge and also get the job properly done.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that CConnect is a neat way to put a veil of mystery over your true virtual identity. The overall design is clean and modern and shouldn't pose any accommodation problems whatsoever. It can be set to automatically connect so you can rest assured whoever is trying to track you down has a hard time in doing so.