WASEL Pro 2.4

Enagbles anonymous access to the Internet
3.8  (12 votes)
2.4.26 (See all)

Hide your IP and redirect all data requests to a remote server to make your online activities untraceable. Manual and automated selection of the server is possible, anonymous VoIP calls are supported. Options for optimizing the safe connection speed are present.

Wasel Pro is a program designed to hide users' identity when browsing the Internet, or, as it's called nowadays, a VPN. The program allows users to access geographically-restricted websites and streaming services, like Netflix, Spotify or Pandora, and, at the same time, preserve their anonymity online.

The program's GUI can easily be described with one word: simplicity. But simplicity it's just not enough in this case. The interface suffers from poor tab delimitation, badly crafted font texture, and a poor choice of the main window colors.

The embedded features are quite satisfying. The program is provided with numerous server locations, such as Ukraine, Turkey, Netherlands, Russia, United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, France, and others - in total, more than 20 geographic locations.

Moreover, Wasel Pro offers support for L2TP, OpenVPN & SSH protocols and 256-bit encryption. Also, it provides up to 6 concurrent connections, unlimited bandwidth, and no overuse restrictions.

The customer service offers quick support over the encountered problems, either by the FAQ section or via a web chat in both English and Arabic.

In conclusion, Wasel Pro it's a decent VPN choice for users who want a reliable way to protect their identity while surfing the web. It's not free, and it's not flawless, but it does the job.

John Saunders
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Review summary


  • Provides access for over 20 geographical locations
  • Supports L2TP, OpenVPN & SSH protocols and 256-bit encryption
  • Has a reliable customer support service


  • The interface lacks creativity
  • Has a poor choice of font texture
  • Lacks proper tab delimitation
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