Reviews by Topic
Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.
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.
Again I ran the Advanced --> Diagnostic Tool --> Network Flush and restarted PC, did not work. Ran Advanced --> Diagnostic Tool --> Reset App and Network Flush both and restart Pc, did not work. Disabled Kaspersky Antivirus and tried Nord VPN on and quick connect or P2P, still did not work.
`We, NordVPN, confirm that we take full control of our infrastructure. We have never willingly disclosed any user data or provided any access to user traffic to any third party. We do not collect user traffic logs and have never been compelled to do so by any third party. We have not disclosed any private keys or any information of our users, and we have not been forced to modify our system to allow access or data leakage to a third party of any kind
IVPN by far. Probably the most honest, privacy oriented Provider out there at the moment.
NordVPN is rubbish for torrenting (no port forwarding, uploads throttled, IPs banned on some trackers) and even worse for privacy. (Tesonet, got hacked, riddled with trackers on their website and on their apps).
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
They're all solid options. I went with NordVPN because of speed, and [I love their UX](https://1vpn.io/review/nord-vpn/r).