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Not sure where that stands now.Oh! But to your question: Mullvad VPN seems to be highly regarded, and has an option to configure a recurring payment that they (claim to) decouple from your identity. Their service even supports defining multi-hop routes.And to be clear: My goal is to obfuscate my identity from malicious individuals (think: politician that wants to be kinky, but has to resort to online interactions during COVID lockdown, and wants to avoid both simple tracert IP identification as well as a potential password breach & leak of social media platform X)
https://encrypt.me/They don't pretend a VPN is going to keep you anonymous (https://encrypt.me/what-is-vpn/) but rather pitch their platform as a way to stay protected while at coffeeshops and public networks.
Talking about Express and others, Mullvad have the best speed during my personal experience. (I tried paid subscription to Ghost, Express, ProtonVPN and Nord.)
I am not sure how to fix this. I've been using Mullvad for a few years and never had a leak when using the app. I just changed computers and installed the app and got this leak result. Is there anything I should do? I tried to do an internet search to fix this and I simply get confused reading all the "DNS speak" that is all over the internet- I just don't understand it which is why I purchased a VPN service with an app that is just supposed to work
It is a bit pricey compared to the competition (lots of VPNs out there that cost ~$3/month) but apparently Mullvad is the VPN provider for this offering, and they cost $5 a month because they are considered one of the 'best' VPNs in terms of privacy (for example, they will accept cash payments: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mullvad#Privacy ).