proXPN is a small and relatively unknown provider that’s been around since 2009, but despite its limitations, proXPN passes as pretty recent provider within the average spectrum.
Although proXPN uses very powerful encryption keys (2048-bit encryption) to secure your VPN connection and supports OpenVPN protocol, however, they also use 512-bit key for the cipher which can be a liability. Nonetheless, you shouldn’t be worried about any kind of exposure while connected to the Internet, thanks to VPN Guard, a kill switch implemented within Windows and Mac OS proXPN clients. On the sunshine side, proXPN takes good advantage of its location in the Netherlands, unlike some other providers in th... read more
Proxy.sh may not have an attractive name, but it sure brings an attractive game. Part of Three Monkeys International Inc., Proxy.sh is a Seychelles-based non-profit company that’s been in operation for a number of years. Proxy.sh renders some interesting features, solid encryption, and very neat software clients for major platforms.
The company is very transparent about its policies and regularly publishes transparency reports and Warrant Canary reports, something we find very useful to maintain a solid client-base.
Stepping into the security department is a pleasure. Proxy.sh VPN is equipped with sturdy encryption to support Softether and OpenVPN with a 4096-bit DH key combined with AES... read more
It’s still an unsolved mystery how a Swedish provider like PRQ VPN is still in business since 2004 and competing with bigger names like NordVPN or ExpressVPN with its severely limited features, one server location (Sweden), and a measly website.
One good thing about PRQ VPN is that good for online privacy and anonymity owing to its location in Sweden, a country where data retention laws are done for. For this reason, PRQ VPN takes pride in keeping no activity logs whatsoever (except for connection logs) and brave enough to host controversial websites.
Even though PRQ VPN is a below average and very basic provider, it uses strong AES 256-bit encryption and supports OpenVPN only for being ... read more
RA4W VPN is a relatively unknown provider from the US that’s been in business since 2013. On the surface, RA4W VPN strikes as a professional, well-rounded provider and impresses with a sleek and beautifully designed website gilded with elegant web animations, offers reasonable prices and high speeds, accepts anonymous payments such as Bitcoin, and can access a number of geo-restricted channels and websites. However, the more you go through it, the more disappointed you get.
First of all, RA4W doesn’t keep logs, but its location is a terrible one for any privacy-concerned user. The US is notorious for its data retention laws and online surveillance and the company is forced to give out i... read more
One of the oldest players in the field is RapidVPN, since 2007. The well-established UK-based provider is known for delivering reliable and high speeds despite its small network of servers. However, the fact that those servers are hosted on and powered by dedicated servers is where they stand out.
To maintain high speeds, security and encryption aren’t a top priority for. The company relies on 128-bit encryption and is very flexible with security protocols supporting OpenVPN (with 16 different ports for UDP and TCP), L2TP, SSTP, Softether, and PPTP. Softether and SSTP are excellent if you want to get access to restricted content in notorious regions like China and Turkey. There’s also a... read more
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