Purveyor of adult material Pornhub has launched a free virtual private network (VPN) service dubbed VPNhub.

Much like Pornhub’s erm, more popular service, VPNhub is free to use and there is no bandwidth limit.

The VPN has been launched in a bid to protect user privacy according to Pornhub vice president Corey Price.

“While browsing in incognito may keep users’ browsing history secret, truth is they’re still susceptible to prying eyes, especially when browsing on unsecured public Wi-Fi networks,” says Price.

As an aside, whoever is streaming Pornhub videos in public places like our local coffee shop, please stop.

The VP says that VPNhub has 1 000 servers in over 15 countries. Users will also find comfort in knowing the service doesn’t log data or user activity while in use.

While VPNhub is free to use there are adverts as well as limitations on the speed. Users can signup for VPNhub Premium which removes adverts, increases the speed of the connection and grants access to more servers.

There is a free seven day trial for VPNhub Premium but a monthly subscription will set you back R129,99, or you can pay R719,99 per year.

VPNhub is available for Android, iOS, Windows and macOS now. Download links can be found on the official homepage.

Brendyn Lotz writes news, reviews, and opinion pieces for Hypertext. His interests include SMEs, innovation on the African continent, cybersecurity, blockchain, games, geek culture and YouTube.