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Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Security

IPVanish

(1/3)

Get a VPN with “no logging”, I use IPVanish. Stay away from ruTorrent, I like Qbittorrent myself. Consider not even using a VPN and going with a Usenet account and subscribing to private trackers. That is guaranteed to not get busted

Neutral
VdomanFla
9 months ago

Perfect Privacy

(1/3)

- What's their privacy policy look like? Do they make public commitments to destroy logs? Are their claims on-their-face absurd? There's no such thing as a VPN that does zero logging at all, so if someone is claiming perfect anonymity, I distrust them from the get-go.- Have they had data breaches in the past (for example, NordVPN)?- Are there any high-profile cases of them refusing to provide logs to someone?- What country are they located in? Depending on the country, a foreign VPN can complicate collusion efforts.- Do they pay for ads, and how do they advertise? Do they make inaccurate guarantees about what a VPN can and can't do? A VPN isn't going to protect you from the police, and a VPN on its own will not make you private, so I distrust companies that make those claims.- Do they seem competent? Do they have instructions on how to deal with things like DNS leaks, or how to set up killswitches?That's not an exhaustive list

Neutral
danShumway
2 years ago

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Perfect Privacy

(1/3)

- What's their privacy policy look like? Do they make public commitments to destroy logs? Are their claims on-their-face absurd? There's no such thing as a VPN that does zero logging at all, so if someone is claiming perfect anonymity, I distrust them from the get-go.- Have they had data breaches in the past (for example, NordVPN)?- Are there any high-profile cases of them refusing to provide logs to someone?- What country are they located in? Depending on the country, a foreign VPN can complicate collusion efforts.- Do they pay for ads, and how do they advertise? Do they make inaccurate guarantees about what a VPN can and can't do? A VPN isn't going to protect you from the police, and a VPN on its own will not make you private, so I distrust companies that make those claims.- Do they seem competent? Do they have instructions on how to deal with things like DNS leaks, or how to set up killswitches?That's not an exhaustive list

Negative
danShumway
2 years ago