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iVPN's Windows and OSX clients have the best leak protection that I've seen. I have not managed to make them leak.Edit: I do freelance for them, by the way.
On top of all that, CyberGhost uses to the standard AES 256 connection (Military), a Standard Kill switch and other protocols like Wireguard, Ikev2 if you need those for some reason. And for extra peace of mind: a strict no log policy, and a location outside of the 5 eyes surveillance alliance (Romania)
IVPN by far. Probably the most honest, privacy oriented Provider out there at the moment.
[cyberghost](https://geek411.com/deal/cyberghost/) for privacy and torrenting since it has no logs. I've never had my IP leaked when using them. Before i had hot spot shield and i got warnings from my ISP for torrenting movies, but with cyberghost never had that issue
I got an immediate response from an engineer which addressed my complaint in detail (poor port forwarding setup), and even gave me a timeline for when they were going to fix it. And they did fix it! The port forwarding is great, now.Also, since this does matter a lot: I have a 100 Mbps connection, and I get between 50-80 Mbps through almost all of their servers, barring understandably slow countries like Hong Kong.Oh, also, they have multihop, and you select your own entry and exit server from among their pool
4. To see if I could improve on the torrneting speeds without paying ExpressVPN prices, I tried CyberGhost, which is erroneously dubbed the torrenting VPN. They are the worst of the four, IMO. More expensive than Surfshark with Surfshark's slow speeds, and very slow server switching for some reason