TUVPN is a lesser-known VPN provider with its headquarters in the British Virgin Islands. At first glance, TUVPN gives a negative impression as a plain and mundane provider with limited features. However, as soon as we dug deeper into it, we found some interesting elements particularly when it comes to security and privacy.
With its base in the British Virgin Islands, TUVPN maintains high privacy standards by keeping no logs including activity logs. As for security, TUVPN commits to AES 256-bit encryption and supports a group of tunneling protocols such as OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, and SSH. OpenVPN is more secure, but if you’re a gamer, you may prefer PPTP as its faster. Using ... read more
In 2010 the French decided to create a VPN provider that is equally sophisticated as they are and launched VPNFacile. Now 2010 doesn’t seem like such a long time, but in these 8 years, VPNFacile came a long way. When we first looked into its network of servers, it seemed slightly limited compared to higher tier VPNs in the market, but when we dug deeper into the locations, we found that this limited network of servers has server locations equally dispersed throughout the entire globe.
These locations include countries that we have never come across with other providers. This gives VPNFacile a significant advantage when it comes to its users’ online privacy as it offers them a g... read more
The first thing that grabbed our attention, when reviewing VPNGates, was its experience, as it’s been operating since 2007. A VPN that has lasted so long in the market is usually promising, yet sadly, we found VPNGates lacked several of the key features you’d expect from a quality VPN.
If you’re looking for a VPN with a more well rounded resume, we’d suggest looking at our review on ExpressVPN instead.
Starting with security, VPNGates secures its network of servers with a high-level encryption implemented through multiple security protocols. These protocols includ... read more
A lot is going on with VPNLUX that caught our attention. Although it does a poor job representing itself with a messy website, Belize-based VPNLUX has more than meets the eye and does its best to provide a secure and sharp service to meet different needs.
VPNLUX relies on class-A AES 256-bit encryption coupled with PFS (Perfect Forward Secrecy) and 4096-bit Diffie-Hellmann keys. Multiple protocols including OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec, and PPTP are also supported by VPNLUX making it compatible with most devices running on Windows, Mac OS, and iOS.
For privacy-involved folks out there, VPNLUX offers Double VPN to add an additional layer of encryption for your Internet traff... read more
The Canadian-based VPN Privacy is a sturdy well-experienced VPN provider that has been specializing in providing online privacy, freedom, and security to its users since 2007.
Since it lacks its own client software, it implements its VPN capabilities through a manual configuration on its users’ devices. These capabilities include high encryption that secures its network of servers. Users have the option to choose among multiple security protocols supported by VPN Privacy to set up on their system.
These protocols are OpenVPN, L2TP, PPTP, and SSTP. Even though VPN Privacy is based in Canada (member of the Five Eyes Alliance), it doesn’t keep any logs of its users’ ... read more
Here are the best VPN providers for 2019
Support WizCase: Help us guarantee honest and unbiased advice and share our site to support us.