Are you a tireless traveler?
A café connoisseur?
A library lover?
CMC VPN is for you.
Give our VPN service a try and see if you like it! To ensure anyone can access the Internet securely, we operate under a pay-what-you-can business model. Pay as much or as little as you are able to afford to receive access.
When using public networks, you are likely exposing your Internet connection to surveillance or tampering. The websites you visit can be monitored or restricted by anyone from the restaurateur to the Internet Service Provider to the government.
Sensitive information like your email password, banking details, and even your social media logins could be put at risk. Or, worse still, the powers that be might choose to block you from updating your friends with the latest Snap, ‘Gram, or Tweet.
CMC VPN seeks to change that.
With up to 1Gbps network link capacity, you will have a speedy connection to your favorite sites.
Powered by open source technology developed by Google and 256-bit encryption.
Utilizes dedicated servers with solid state drives and regular backups to ensure reliable service when you need it.
Based on technology designed to protect journalists living in countries where censorship is rampant.
User-friendly interface that requires little technical expertise.
Pay what you can! And if you are not happy with the service, contact us for a full refund within 5 days.
CMC VPN was created by Alexander Caro. While living as a digital nomad, Alex has often had to rely on public Wi-Fi networks to work while travelling the world. In order to secure his connection, he found himself relying on services that were slow, unreliable, or offered bad value. Even banking abroad proved to be a challenge, with his bank often locking him out from its website when logging in from a new country.
However, what pushed Alex to create CMC VPN was his experience living in the West African nation of Liberia, where mass anti-government protests erupted in June 2019. In order to limit communication between the protesters, the government put in place surprise restrictions on social media for the duration of the protests.
Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and other sites and services were made totally inaccessible. While the protests remained peaceful, there were significant fears the could lead to violence. This event was a wake-up call for Alex. Throughout the protest, friends had trouble keeping one another up-to-date on the protest’s progress and keeping their family members in the loop about their safety.
With the increasing tendency of governments to restrict access to social media and malicious actors to monitor traffic over public networks, Alex decided to create a dedicated service to assist others who find themselves often using public Wi-Fi, travelling, or facing government censorship.
That service is CMC VPN.