How to Fix HideMyAss Disconnects – Confirmed Solution

Alex GizisFix Internet Disconnects, How To

Dealing with HMA VPN Unstable Connections

HideMyAss! (HMA) is one of the best known VPN and web proxy services on the market. It works very well and secures your online privacy and protects you against cyber hackers. But at the same time, it can also slow down your Internet connection and also generate disconnects. Users are complaining online about the fact that HMA VPN has frequent disconnections and other type of connection issues. When this happens, it can leave users unprotected to cyber threats and completely exposed.

The reason many users get disconnected while using HMA VPN is the way it, and most other VPN services, was designed.

Why Does My HideMyAss Keep Disconnecting from the VPN?

HMA VPN only uses one Internet connection to route all the data to the VPN server. Even if your laptop, iPhone or Android device has multiple Internet connections, HMA VPN will only use one of them. When connecting to the VPN server it uses a single socket. This means that your Internet connection will run slower because all the data being sent to and from your device must first be sent to the VPN server for encryption through one channel.

This uses up a lot of your bandwidth. But, not only does it slow down your Internet experience, it also makes the VPN connection vulnerable. One change to your Wi-Fi signal or a fluctuation in your cell signal and you are disconnected from the HMA VPN server. If you are traveling (by train, bus or car) or on the move, your connection is even more prone to frequent disconnects, as you get passed between multiple Wi-Fi networks and/or cell towers.

5 Steps to Deal with HMA VPN Disconnects

So, what can you do to stay connected to the HMA VPN? There are a few steps you can take to minimize your chances of getting disconnected. But, because the problem is a design issue in the way HMA VPN and other legacy VPN services are designed, you will always be vulnerable to getting disconnected while using these other services.

To minimize HMA VPN disconnect you can:

  1. Only connect through Wi-Fi where you have a strong, stable signal and where no one else is sharing the connection.
  2. Remain stationary while connected to HMA VPN.
  3. Plan on using HMA VPN for only short amounts of time.
  4. If you have to connect to HMA VPN using your mobile data connection, make sure you do so from a location where you have the strongest signal possible.
  5. Limit your data use while connected to HMA VPN. Videos and images use a lot more data to transmit than text.

Speedify Fixes HMA VPN Slow Speeds and Disconnects

If these steps are not practical for you there is an alternative. The developers at Speedify have created a new VPN for mobility platform. The Speedify protocol was designed from the ground up to be three things:

  1. Fast
  2. Secure
  3. Reliable

Speedify uses a completely different design from the traditional VPNs. It uses multiple Internet connections and multiple parallel sockets. Your data travels to and from the VPN server faster and it is encrypted faster.

Speedify also uses cutting-edge channel bonding technology to allow your desktop, laptop or mobile device to connect to the Internet using multiple Internet connections simultaneously – e.g. via Wi-Fi and mobile data simultaneously. Speedify has auto failover so that should one of your Internet connections fail, you stay connected to the VPN through the other connection.

Speedify takes care of monitoring the quality of your connections, rerouting traffic, and keeping you online. You don’t have to worry anything except using the Internet your way.

If you are tired of getting disconnected from HideMyAss VPN, why not try a different kind of VPN? Get started with Speeedify now for FREE – available in the AppStore, Google Play and on our website to download and install!

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