Super Network Tunnel
Every time you connect to the Internet either for entertainment or the connection is established by another application or video game, you are exposed to various risks. An antivirus is one thing you might consider having installed, but when it comes to keeping your virtual identity safe, applications like Super Network Tunnel offer a powerful set of tools to safely go online without anyone being able to track you.
Thorough server configuration
The application's core function is to tunnel your connection so that your activity is incredibly difficult to track down. This is done by setting up a server for other remote or network computers to be able to safely connect.
Setting up a server can be a difficult and time-consuming process, mostly oriented towards experienced users. The configuration window pops up when you first launch the application, with the possibility to run a wizard for an easier setup.
Various settings to consider
A listen port must be selected from a list of presets, or you can input your own. You are able to to grant access only to specific IP addresses with the possibility to set up a user and password for enhanced security. The “Program Via Tunnel Config” tab lets you configure DNS settings with custom lists, and even the possibility to have the original IP faked.
Select connections to keep safe
On the other hand, there is the client mode, with the help of which you connect to a created server. Configuration is complicated here as well, but the wizard can get you out of sticky situations with a little patience.
A neat feature is that the application does not act as a VPN, but lets you manually select which applications to connect through the secured tunnel. These can easily be added through the dedicated menu or by having them dragged over the main window.
To end with
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Super Network Tunnel has a lot more features to offer and can provide a powerful means of security to keep computers in a work environment safe. Thorough configuration needs to be done, so a little documentation is required. However, the application control makes it handy and worth a try.