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 include OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, and IKEv2. Unfortunately, they still lack the essential security and privacy features of... 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 traffic more anonymity and ... 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’ online activitie... read more
AceVPN is a US-based VPN service provider that was founded in 2009. Ever since it started, it has been providing its growing number of users with advanced solutions for online privacy, security, and freedom. To give a fair review, we will mention both the advantages and the disadvantages of AceVPN. Starting with the security advantages, AceVPN secures its network with a military grade 256-bit encryption in addition to supporting multiple advance security protocols, including OpenVPN with TCP/UDP, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, and IKEv2. All its packages comes with a free smart DNS service for the core purpose of unblocking online censorship. There are several other security specs, but these are the main p... read moreSee plans and pricing www.acevpn.com
PandaPow Classic is a fresh VPN that possesses all the characteristics of a budget service, except one — the price.
You won’t find any bells and whistles here — just a run-of-the-mill OpenVPN configuration (with other protocols available, but no apps). The 128-bit encryption is also in the middle of the pack.
Unfortunately for the privacy-conscious crowd, the logging policy is another mediocre aspect of this VPN. Expect your metadata to be kept for posterity — that includes your IP address, session duration, and bandwidth, among other sensitive information.
It’s not all bad news; PandaPow Classic is a simple and reliable VPN, and also undeniably fast. You’ll have to cros... read more
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