extension ExtPose

HMA VPN Proxy Unblocker

CRX id

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Description from extension meta

Hide your location to unblock websites and anonymously access your favorite news, TV shows, and social networks from anywhere.

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Description from store HMA for Chrome is from the same privacy geniuses behind HMA VPN, so you can bet your ass it’s the best free proxy extension for Chrome. Just turn it on and go. No need to change your filthy habits. It’s like having a VPN in your browser. You get pure internet freedom, allowing you to unblock your favorite websites to access the news, TV shows, and social networks your content-addicted brain craves. All from Chrome, without the hassle of installing a full-fledged VPN. Here’s why HMA for Chrome is the best: ★ Give censorship the finger Access blocked websites and TV shows from school, work, or when Airbnb-ing in your favorite tyrannical regime. ★ Encrypt your browser connection We’re like a VPN for your browser, encrypting your browser traffic to prevent anyone from spying on what you do. ★ Disguise your location Pretend to be in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, New York, or even Paris. Oui! ★ Browse anonymously Hide your IP address so websites can’t pinpoint your real-world location. ★ Browse faster Stream videos, download files, and browse like a caffeinated pro. ★ Unblock the interwebs Unblock Facebook, unblock Twitter, unblock YouTube… You get the idea. ★ Instantly hide all browser tabs Is the boss coming? No worries. Hide all of your naughty tabs at the press of a button. ★ Works automatically Our Auto Disguise feature can automatically turn on HMA for Chrome for you on the sites you need it most. ★ Need I go on? Really, how many bullet points do you need?? Some things to know: HMA for Chrome is like a VPN for your browser, but it only protects your privacy within Chrome. Anything you do online outside of your Chrome browser may still be traced back to you, because no browser extension can encrypt the internet traffic from other programs on your computer. (Them’s the facts.) If you need full, computer-wide encryption, you can upgrade to HMA VPN anytime directly from our browser extension. It’s loaded with over 190+ country choices, an internet kill switch to prevent leaks, and everything else that makes a great VPN kick tons of ass. By installing this extension to your browser, you confirm you’ve read and agree to HMA's Privacy Policy (https://www.hidemyass.com/legal/privacy) and End User License Agreement (https://www.hidemyass.com/legal/vpn-terms) which govern your download and use of the selected product.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-09-14) Elle Marie L. Eclipse: Nice Extension really helped . thats all :|
  • (2021-08-08) miguel romero: bian
  • (2021-06-13) Andreas Buechler: Does a good job: I can watch a streaming-website in Germany, even though they use geoblocking
  • (2021-05-30) Mohmmed Abo ElKheer: It's useless... If I have to login with my pro account, then the whole list of locations should be available! I can't use the desktop app because it's blocked in my country.. and the chrome extension works but it's useless because you can access 4 locations only ! Don't waste your time
  • (2021-04-22) Logan: I like the simple design and free aspect, However whenever i turn the vpn on any website i attempt to access says no internet.
  • (2021-03-19) Fery nugraha: good
  • (2021-03-19) The vpn wouldn't load even though if i clicked on the log in link the website said I was already logged in
  • (2021-03-13) NELSON LEANDRO: Iba bien hasta hora por que la extensión no te reconoce la cuenta que tenía ni que cree recientemente. Help me
  • (2020-12-04) Mark Davess: I'm extremely annoyed with HMA 'customer support'. This is what they do if you discover they've been taking payments from you for 3 years when you thought you'd cancelled it: 1. They ignore the fact that you’re saying you thought it was cancelled for over 3 years already, and talk to you like you’re asking for a refund simply because you didn’t use it after you’d paid for it, when that clearly isn’t what you said. (The first sign of deceptive and manipulative evasiveness). 2. They make a claim that because their ‘integrity’ as a company means they have to refund within 30 days, that it’s also therefore necessary for the same ‘integrity’ that they do not refund when the request is made outside of the 30 days, regardless of whether the charges were paid in error. As I said this is like a landlord discovering he’d received 3 autopayments after you left his apartment, but thinking he’s entitled to keep the money. The logic is either foolish or deliberatively deceptive. 3. They make unsubstantiated claims that there has been ‘account activity’ (note, this is evasive language, the site keeps your old order as ‘active’, even when you stop payments and turn of autorenewal, they never said someone had actually been logging in and using the VPN), when you know you uninstalled it years ago, forgot the password, never gave the login or password to anyone, never used it on another device, took all the right precautions to protect the data, etc., etc. Then, when you ask them if they have any IP addresses or can substantiate this in any way, they ignore the question completely. 4. They make a claim that if I hadn’t used it, then there must have been a release of the access data via the customer, but never consider that they might equally have been the source of such a data breach (if there actually was one, of course). Only the customer can be at fault, it seems. 5. They claim that the way to stop the subscription is via the payment source, when their own website says to log in to their site and turn it off there. They just become silent then when you send them a screenshot of this. 6. When you point out that they had made an error in the past of double charging you, so might be making an error now, sending a PDF showing this, they still concede no possible error. 7. When you reply to all their points on the ‘support thread’ to show that they are illogical and/or unprincipled, they simply delete the thread and ignore you. 8. When you create a new thread about the same issue, and also point out discrepancies in the dates of the subscriptions on their site compared to the actual payments, again hinting at some potential system error, they just ignore that too. Summary: they take the position that the CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS WRONG AND TO BLAME and that they will only refund money if you claim it within 30 days, even if there is reason to believe it was taken against the customer’s will. They start with a seemingly caring response, but when you actually read it attentively it is saying that they couldn’t care less about any incorrect payments, but will stubbornly take any money that isn’t reclaimed within 30 days, even if that money was credibly paid in error, and was given to them in return for nothing. This doesn’t seem to have any resemblance to ‘integrity’, or to be a company I would feel I could trust. I mean, in the end, what does it say that they give only one answer, have a support ticket that has a visible function to only be closed by the customer, then simply, at the first answer from the customer that undermines their argument, delete the support ticket with no answer or notification to the customer?
  • (2020-12-04) Mark Davess: I'm extremely annoyed with HMA 'customer support'. This is what they do if you discover they've been taking payments from you for 3 years when you thought you'd cancelled it: 1. They ignore the fact that you’re saying you thought it was cancelled for over 3 years already, and talk to you like you’re asking for a refund simply because you didn’t use it after you’d paid for it, when that clearly isn’t what you said. (The first sign of deceptive and manipulative evasiveness). 2. They make a claim that because their ‘integrity’ as a company means they have to refund within 30 days, that it’s also therefore necessary for the same ‘integrity’ that they do not refund when the request is made outside of the 30 days, regardless of whether the charges were paid in error. As I said this is like a landlord discovering he’d received 3 autopayments after you left his apartment, but thinking he’s entitled to keep the money. The logic is either foolish or deliberatively deceptive. 3. They make unsubstantiated claims that there has been ‘account activity’ (note, this is evasive language, the site keeps your old order as ‘active’, even when you stop payments and turn of autorenewal, they never said someone had actually been logging in and using the VPN), when you know you uninstalled it years ago, forgot the password, never gave the login or password to anyone, never used it on another device, took all the right precautions to protect the data, etc., etc. Then, when you ask them if they have any IP addresses or can substantiate this in any way, they ignore the question completely. 4. They make a claim that if I hadn’t used it, then there must have been a release of the access data via the customer, but never consider that they might equally have been the source of such a data breach (if there actually was one, of course). Only the customer can be at fault, it seems. 5. They claim that the way to stop the subscription is via the payment source, when their own website says to log in to their site and turn it off there. They just become silent then when you send them a screenshot of this. 6. When you point out that they had made an error in the past of double charging you, so might be making an error now, sending a PDF showing this, they still concede no possible error. 7. When you reply to all their points on the ‘support thread’ to show that they are illogical and/or unprincipled, they simply delete the thread and ignore you. 8. When you create a new thread about the same issue, and also point out discrepancies in the dates of the subscriptions on their site compared to the actual payments, again hinting at some potential system error, they just ignore that too. Summary: they take the position that the CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS WRONG AND TO BLAME and that they will only refund money if you claim it within 30 days, even if there is reason to believe it was taken against the customer’s will. They start with a seemingly caring response, but when you actually read it attentively it is saying that they couldn’t care less about any incorrect payments, but will stubbornly take any money that isn’t reclaimed within 30 days, even if that money was credibly paid in error, and was given to them in return for nothing. This doesn’t seem to have any resemblance to ‘integrity’, or to be a company I would feel I could trust. I mean, in the end, what does it say that they give only one answer, have a support ticket that has a visible function to only be closed by the customer, then simply, at the first answer from the customer that undermines their argument, delete the support ticket with no answer or notification to the customer?
  • (2020-11-01) Kocheng Oren: Sekarang kok connect nya lama banget sih? Loading terus bosen nungguinnya ):
  • (2020-10-27) Reaction Champ: its really amazing <3
  • (2020-09-30) Сергей Разумов: Я хочу больше серверов. У меня есть ключ для приложения, а здесь его не активировать.
  • (2020-09-19) herman tul: good
  • (2020-09-03) klau bagus akan sy beri nilai 5 bintang. nie sy mulai mencoba. smoga bagus
  • (2020-07-17) New Crest: Just tried it. It is a good application. You just sign up with them. They do have ads though. I found I couldn't access USA news articles, blocked by Europe. Just because the UK and Europe wanted all websites to do the GDPR compliance. Because they collect data on people. But most US websites rejected. So Europe blocked them all. Guess the GDPR comes before anything else. Just goes to show what they can block, but thankfully we can get through it. I need to access US news articles. I can't join in conversation without being able to. If not I'll just a US proxy / VPN. They have a lot.
  • (2020-04-16) shriadhavan andco: nice site
  • (2020-04-11) Mons Cervinus: Great extension, very fast. You get US, UK, the Netherlands, Germany and France completely free. To me it's better than older one on web. Great job HideMyAss!
  • (2020-04-08) nosp pson: The web proxy had it flaws and was slow as .. but at least it worked. This thing either results in a time out our your location isn't hidden at all so completely useless. It's just a scam to harvest information.
  • (2020-04-07) Dani L: Easy to use, effective and the free version has everything I needed. Recommended.
  • (2020-04-03) Ali Nk: normally i dont gave review but these this isnot free they get ur every detail and then ask for subscription FU
  • (2020-03-31) RAM KUMAR: https://www.hidemyass.com/proxy website is not working
  • (2020-03-31) Andrei Mochola: Удобная програмка, хорошая подборка серверов и стабильное соединение.
  • (2020-03-30) Danny Alexander Trujillo Pulgarin: Justo lo que estaba buscando, rápida e intuitiva
  • (2020-03-30) v d: I don't normally do reviews - but this one is surprisingly good, fast and no pushy ads
  • (2020-03-30) Eduardo Escobar: Fast and useful
  • (2020-03-30) Fantasy Wood Burn: thank you, good functionality for free, I would even consider paid version when I buy android TV next month.
  • (2020-03-30) Michal Polacko: quite fast, easy to use
  • (2020-03-30) Tato: Nice! I seeked for something like that
  • (2020-03-25) Ethan D'Souza: didn't work on blocked sites

Latest issues

  • (2021-03-16, v:1.1.934) Sara Comas: No funciona con Amazon Prime
    Siempre que lo utilizo en Amazon salta el mensaje de "Tu dispositivo está conectado a Internet mediante una red VPN o un servicio de proxy. Desconéctalo y vuelve a intentarlo. Para obtener más ayuda, visita amazon.com/pv-vpn."
  • (2021-02-08, v:1.1.934) Marty D: This keep closing my tabs
    I have never installed this extention. So why does it close all my tabs and pop up the listing to install this on google extensions asking me to install it. Stop trying to force me to install your extension by underhanded malware pop up style tactics. It makes me want to install this even less. i want nothing to do with this co or its products.
  • (2021-01-27, v:1.1.934) Saiakshay S S: the extension is not registering my acc
    i have a hma account. but every time i try to log in it is not registering in the extention. pls tell what to do
  • (2020-12-11, v:1.1.934) Gary Gobin: Your site is a malware
    it pops up on all my browsers and closes all sites I have open I'm contacting Malwarebyes about your actions.
  • (2020-10-25, v:1.1.934) Corey Akers: Cant down load on Chrome
    I have subscription but I cannot download to Chrome OS? Why is that and can you send me a link that is compatible with Chrome.
  • (2020-05-16, v:1.1.923) Akeeth Fernando: not connecting to any site at all
    This site can’t be reached (ERR_PROXY_CERTIFICATE_INVALID)
  • (2020-04-26, v:1.0.877) B. J. S: Ad Blocker Too?
    Apparently HMA VPN Proxy Unblocker is functioning as an adblocker as well. Why was this not listed in the description?
  • (2020-04-02, v:1.0.877) Roberto Martins: VIRUS
    como eu faço para bloquear esse vírus
  • (2020-01-09, v:1.0.701) Aleksandr Bratel: use HMA credential
    Why can't I use HMA credentials with your extension? I need more servers just for my browser. Do you have plans to create this functionality?
  • (2019-11-05, v:1.0.701) Creative Idea: I cant able to connect with my browser
    Hello! I am a premium user of HMA. But I cant able to connect VPN Extension On Browser. Screenshot: https://extraimage.net/images/2019/11/05/1f90f1c5170c2135e5521bb364a7d752.png How can I fix this problem?
  • (2019-09-06, v:1.0.701) Furkan Göçken: Can't reach other servers
    I'm a premium account owner. I can't reach norway server here.There is no account login on extension, This is unacceptable and amateur.

Statistics

Installs
60,000 history
Category
Rating
3.8 (33 votes)
Last update / version
2020-07-03 / 1.1.934
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