NordVPN delivers deal for secure file sharing with Meshnet

Cybersecurity company, NordVPN has launched a new free model, giving consumers the security and convenience of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when sharing files.

The Meshnet feature, now available without a subscription, allows users to access other devices, wherever they are in the world. The service acts like a local area network (LAN), connecting devices directly and enabling instant and safe file sharing.

Vykintas Maknickas, Product Strategist at NordVPN said, "We are continuously expanding the capabilities of NordVPN. This release marks a significant change in openness by both making part of the service free as well as open sourcing a substantial part of our client software.”

Meshnet creates a peer-to-peer link between computers or mobile devices, secured by an encrypted VPN tunnel. This means any device with NordVPN installed can operate as a VPN server, allowing users to bypass internet limitations while travelling. Because of the direct connection between devices, Meshnet is also suitable for high-speed activities like multiplayer gaming.

As well as sending and receiving files from their own devices, Meshnet users can also share them with family, friends, and colleagues and there is no limit on size. The feature requires two-way consent, so privacy is guaranteed.

Meshnet is available on all platforms, including Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, and Linux, as well as Android TV. Users can link up to 10 personal and 50 external devices to their own network.

More News
11 hours ago
Data management more complex as cloud deployments diversify
Nutanix, experts in hybrid multi-cloud computing, has announced the findings of its fifth global Enterprise Cloud Index (here) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption.
14 hours ago
Offploy selects Conga to cut paperwork
Conga, experts in scalable revenue lifecycle management solutions, has announced that Offploy, a UK-based social enterprise, has implemented Conga solutions, including Conga Composer, Conga Grid, and Conga Sign, to build a software system that supports the company’s mission of supporting the rehabilitation of people with criminal records.
15 hours ago
Optoma launches trio of new laser projectors
Optoma, a manufacturer of visual solutions has announced three new ultra-compact, short-throw DuraCore laser projectors designed to bring high brightness, dependability, and cutting-edge image technology into conference rooms, boardrooms, and other corporate spaces.
1 day ago
A quarter of UK retailers now exclusively offer digital receipts
New research of UK retail outlets has revealed that 84 per cent of stores now offer digital receipts and 24 per cent no longer offer paper alternatives at all.
1 day ago
New ISO/IEC 19770-1 certification program announced
Less than one month after launching the ISO/IEC 19770-1 certification scheme for IT asset management, the ITAM Forum has announced a new program to help end-user organisations achieve ISO ITAM certification.
1 day ago
M-Files achieves record growth in 2022
M-Files, experts in information management, has achieved 33 per cent year-over-year (YOY) growth in subscription revenue and 40 per cent growth in new customer sales in 2022.
1 day ago
Financial institutions transition to net-zero economy with Normative
Financial institutions face some of the strictest climate disclosure requirements of any sector. Normative’s new product update automates the process of accurately calculating financed emissions private equity firms, VCs, and other financial institutions.
2 days ago
Call centre provider to integrate ChatGPT into service offering
Communication software and cloud solutions provider Daktela has become the first call centre as a service (CCaaS) provider to integrate ChatGPT directly into its platform.
2 days ago
Legrand to transform workspace furniture with Incara
Legrand UK & Ireland has announced the launch of Incara, a new product range of multi-functional, economic power devices for the modern workspace.
2 days ago
Maximising productivity in a remote work environment
The experts at, whilst researching the work-from-home culture, discovered that 66 per cent of women preferred working from home and 54 per cent of men preferred working from home.

Login / Sign up