Astrill – Secure Web Surfing VPN Tool – 100 Beta Invites Giveaway

by Rohit Khurana on January 11, 2010


We have reviewed several anonymous web surfing tools like UltraSurf and CCProxy.

Astrill is a new and safe VPN tool which lets you surf Internet safely from anywhere using its proprietary encryption algorithms.


Astrill encrypts your data in such a way that even the ISP can not decode it, so the data is safe. You can use Astrill any place where you have internet connection. You can open both HTTP Pages and HTTPS (secured HTTP) pages using Astrill. It supports Internet Explorer , Safari Browser , Mozilla Firefox , Google Chrome and Opera Browser.


Astrill is better compared to other tools because :

  1. Very Easy To Set-Up – Just a small installer to install which is available for Windows / Mac and Linux.
  2. Dedicated 365 Days Support – The technical support team is always present to support your in problem or answer your queries.
  3. Free Trial – You can try and then decide if you want to subscribe to the service or not.
  4. No Ads – There are no ads of any kind on this VPN network.
  5. Security – The data over Astrill is encrypted and thus your data security is not breached.

The interface is very simple and neat, you need to register for the service, download an installer, login using your details and you are ready to surf securely and anonymously !


There will be a tray icon in the tray which allows you to turn it on or off anytime.


Subscribe to our Free Email Newsletter for Astrill Beta Accounts and more giveaway updates in your inbox.

To use private beta, register at :

Fill up your personal details and promotional code given at the end of this article. Select the “Try Beta” in the options when selecting plan for a free sign up:


Use Promotional Code displayed in the image below :


This code will be activated for first 100 users, so hurry up and register. Happy Surfing. Don’t forget to Subscribe to our Free Email Newsletter for Astrill Beta Accounts and more giveaway updates in your inbox.

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