VPNKS - VPN Kill Switch
Safeguarding your online security against unexpected VPN connection dropouts.
Some users are reporting that VPNKS is being detected as malware. This is a false positive, a false alarm from scanresults indicating a condition that does not exist.
To avoid these false alerts, whitelist and exclude VPNKS in your antivirus/antimalware program.
Nick Swardh, author of VPNKS
VPNKS is a Windows application that stays in the background, monitoring and safeguarding your VPN connection, protecting your online security against unexpected VPN dropouts. If your VPN connection drops, VPNKS will autmatically activate the Kill Switch and close all programs in your setup to prevent them from reconnecting and risking to expose your activity. Optionally you can also configure VPNKS to restart your protected applications again when your VPN is back up.
VPN Shield will check if you have the required .NET version installed and help you to download it if needed.
Yes. The VPN monitoring feature can be used for free. If you wanna take advantage of the Kill Switch feature, a monthly subscription is required.
20 SEK (swedish crowns), approximately $2.00 USD per month.
For as long as you want. If you don't cancel, your subscription will automatically be renewed every month as long as you have sufficient funds in your PayPal account.
Click here and follow the instructions.
Your subscription will then expire and eventually be cancelled if PayPal wont be able to withdraw the funds from your account.
Yes, no problem!
VPNKS presents your subscription status in the main screen.
In the main screen. You can also click on "Config"e" and ""Register" to see your expiration date.
A page for this is coming soon.
As many as you need.
Yes. go to config and check the box that says "Autostart K.Switch list".
Click on the Windows "Start" menu, then browse to "VPN Shield" in your list of programs, open the folder and run "Uninstall.exe".