Radmin VPN

Radmin VPN 1.1

Create virtual private networks to connect remote computers securely
4.8  (6 votes)
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Radmin VPN helps you create virtual private networks, which permits connecting various computers securely, just as if they were on the same LAN, and even if they are behind firewalls. In this regard, this tool is different from other VPN services around, which are intended mostly to preserve your privacy and bypass different types of rules.

Radmin VPN has a nice interface, available in two themes: Dark and Light. Moreover, it is extremely easy to use. When you start the program, there are two main options: Create Network and Join Network. If you choose to create network, you will need to give it a name and set a password. Then, the program checks if that name is already being used, if so, you need to pick a different one. Once you succeed in creating your network, you can pass on the info to other people you want to grant access to it.

On the other hand, if you intend to join a network, it is logical that you need the credentials, as said before. Besides, it is necessary to select the kind of network you want to join: Private or Gaming. Unfortunately, there is a limit of 150 members per network.

The tool provides fast connections of up to 100 mb/s, which logically depends on your local bandwidth. Similarly, it is quite secure as AES-156 encryption is supported. Still, you should be aware that, although there is no need to register on their website, the service providers do keep information about your domain, IP address as well as type of browser and operating system.

All in all, Radmin VPN is a great VPN solution for different types of organization with employees working remotely. Likewise, it creates a special type of network for gamers. Fortunately, the product is available at no cost. However, you should always bear in mind that it is not the kind of tool you can use for protecting your online privacy or accessing geo-restricted streaming services, for instance.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • Allows creating your own network
  • Bypasses firewalls
  • Strong encryption algorithm
  • Easy to use
  • Supports gaming networks
  • Fast connections


  • No need to register on the website
  • Service providers keep data about connections
  • Limits of 150 members per network
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