Mac: CyberGhost VPN, one of the five best VPN providers as voted by Lifehacker readers, finally has an OS X client. Mac users can now use the free VPN service to browse the Internet securely and anonymously.
Mac access to CyberGhost VPN has always been available, but only as a premium subscription using VPN protocols like PPTP and L2TP/IPSec. Using the new client is completely free and doesn’t require any additional configuration. You get AES 256-bit encryption and your traffic isn’t logged. It does have the same limitations as the PC client, however: a three hour limit and a smaller set of servers (40 vs. 227) and countries (16 vs. 24).
With the addition of the Mac client, which we somehow missed a couple of weeks ago, CyberGhost VPN now has desktop clients for OS X and Windows. Linux is supported via PPTP, L2TP/IPSec or OpenVPN. There’s also a mobile app for iOS and Android.