Radmin VPN Review 2023
A different kind of VPN, Radmin VPN is a useful tool for gamers and remote offices.
What We Like
- Virtual local area network (LAN): Normally, devices can be on the same local area network if they are in close proximity to each other, but with Radmin VPN, you can create a LAN with members from anywhere in the world.
- End-to-end encryption: All traffic shared between virtual LAN members is encrypted.
- Free and easy to use: The free Radmin VPN app works on Windows 7 and newer, and it’s very simple and easy to use, even for beginners.
What We Don't Like
- Not a real VPN: While it calls itself a VPN, Radmin VPN doesn’t encrypt your online traffic or hide your IP address. Instead, it creates a virtual LAN for you.
- For Windows only: Radmin VPN doesn’t work on any other operating system besides Windows.
- Lax security: Virtual LANs created by Radmin VPN are protected only by passwords. If you use an easy-to-guess password, hackers could access your LAN and see your shared files or take full control of your computer.
Bottom LineRadmin VPN answers the needs of a very specific niche, but it performs well. While it’s not a VPN for privacy at all, we recommend it if you need a virtual LAN setup for business or personal use.
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