Alternatives to ZenMate for Mac with any license

  • Cocoon icon

    Cocoon

    Cocoon makes the Web a better place by protecting your online privacy, online security and putting an end to spam. All with a simple browser plugin. PRIVACY ...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Internet Explorer Firefox

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    TunnelBear

    Really simple VPN to browse the web privately & anonymously. Unblock websites around the world with applications for Mac, PC, iOS, Android & Chrome.

    Freemium Mac Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet ... iPad

  • Hotspot Shield icon

    Hotspot Shield

    Hotspot Shield is it is an ad-supported VPN (Virtual Private Network) that keeps your Internet connection secure and anonymous on public networks.

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Android iPhone ... Windows Phone iPad Kindle Fire

    • Bundleware The software displays ads and was bundled with browser hijackers in the past
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    Freenet

    Freenet is free software which lets you anonymously share files, browse and publish "freesites".

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

    • Freenet does not allow access to sites otherwise restricted to me (like Zenmate does) Guest • Aug 2015 Disagree   Agree
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    HideMyAss!

    Hide My Ass! Pro VPN – The World’s Premium VPN Service - We give you access to the biggest VPN network in the world. - We have more servers in more countries than...

    Commercial Mac Windows Web Android

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    Hola! Better Internet

    Hola lets you browse faster, access content blocked by your government, company or ISP and much more. If you are an American travelling abroad, unblock Hulu, Netflix...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android Chrome OS ... Chrome Firefox

    • Warning Third party security researchers have released reports that claim Hola has numerous vulnerabilities in their client software, leaving users vulnerable to attack. In addition, these reports claim that Hola user's bandwidth was sold and that users are unknowingly part of a "botnet." For more information on the claims and findings refer to the posts here: http://adios-hola.org/ The response to these claims and the vulnerabilities from the Hola CEO can be read on their website here: https://hola.org/blog/the-recent-events-on-the-hola-network/
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    Tunlr

    Premium DNS. Browse the web with fewer restrictions! Stream the TV, movies, and music you want. Does not work with netflix. Easy to use. Blazing fast. Try our smart DNS...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    Private Internet Access

    Private Internet Access™ VPN Service encrypts your connection and provides you with an anonymous IP to protect your privacy.

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone ... iPad Tomato pfSense OpenVPN DD-WRT

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    DotVPN

    Faster Internet with 100% uptime and powerful encryption on up to 5 devices. Cancel anytime. If you're not satisfied for any reason, we'll give you a full...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone ... iPad Chrome Opera Firefox

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    Mullvad

    Mullvad is a Swedish OpenVPN provider. It can be used to communicate, surf and download or upload anonymously and securely. The price is about 5 euros per month and...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web

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    NordVPN

    With more than ten years of experience, NordVPN is a leading VPN provider. NordVPN gives you military-grade protection online, and you can access all your favorite sites...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone ... Chrome OS Windows RT Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad

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    ProxMate

    ProxMate is the swiss knife for accessing pages! A free application that boosts and proxies page content for you. Just like that! Ever wanted to use proxy benefits...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Chrome Opera ... Firefox

    • Warning Potential concerns raised here:http://www.procrastin.at/article/proxmate_the_nsa_called.html