Archive - February 2011

Right on time for CeBIT: The all new CyberGhost

This year’s CeBIT takes place from the 1st until the 5th of March in Hannover, Germany, simultaneously to this event, we at CyberGhost are proud to announce the next round. Not only has our Website been redesigned from head to toe, we are also introducing a new and easy pay scale.  The new version 4.7 version of the client is available as of right now as a public beta version and can be accessed using the standard account.

The new client in the 4.7 version

The design of the software has been redone, we have also modified the client to our new rate structure. A server-map now shows the locations of the servers and if desired- the users location (before the anonymization process). The AntiSpy module now has a built in trace-eraser. Using the ComputerBild-LoginCard (OWOK) & Card-reader, which some ComputerBild reader should own, a convenient CyberGhost login is now available, in the client itself and in the next few day on our website also. The client is now available in the course of a public beta test. The old client can still be used until the end of the beta-phase, however the new tariff structure is now implemented there and the client would not allow a connection after the traffic has ran out.

New rates

CyberGhost has undergone a massive development throughout the last few years, the server-structure and services have been improved constantly. This lead to persistent changes of the rate-structure. With this full-blown remodeling of the latter we would like to make CyberGhost much easier and more attractive for you.

  • The absolutely free of charge free tariff.
  • Paid tariffs now have a traffic flat rate, however the bandwidth is being reduced after a certain traffic limit which depends on the tariff.
  • There is a new offer called “Classic VPN” designed as a starter package, which starts at €4.17 monthly.
  • Paid accounts contain all of our servers (currently Germany, USA, Switzerland, Ukraine and the Netherlands, which more to come, also included of course).
  • The online storage can now vary between 2,10 and 20 GB
  • You can find all the details by visiting the rates are available starting now
  • Please notice that the old client does not support the traffic flat rate, if you use up all of your traffic, you will need to switch to the 4.7 version

Transition of existing accounts

All super-premium subscribers will automatically be switched to “Premium” tariffs and will profit not only from the new flat rate, but will also receive 8 GB more of online storage for free. “Premium-DE” and “Premium-US” subscribers can use the account management to switch to the Premium tariff for a one time fee of € 6.99.

Please notice: While not reaching the traffic limit of 20, 40 or 80 GB the bandwidth will not be limited, but may vary depending on the workload of the server. After the included traffic is used up, the bandwidth will be limited to 512 kbits/s. The traffic amount can be boosted by a purchase of a traffic upgrade.

CyberGhost is in the top 10 vpn provider list

The VPN service review site Best VPN Service has placed CyberGhost VPN in it’s top 10 of international VPN service providers. Take a look at their blog and comment on your experience with CyberGhost VPN.

Update: CyberGhost VPN [en]

A minor update to CyberGhost VPN has been released today. Here’s a changelog:

  • The server choice dialog is now resizable
  • Server suggestions are now being made based on the complete server list, not a single country
  • Further improvements of CGRepair, which now automaticlly fixes a driver installation problem while running Windows XP

Small improvements to the load balancing system have also been made.

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