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

Speed

Reliability

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

Atlas VPN

(1/2)

tbh, i'm using this VPN now and so far everything works fine considering torrenting and in general online privacy with the features, it offers (especially with the premium version). The thing is, with all fairness to Atlas VPN, it’s a much more recent product and it just started to appear in the market so maybe not so many users know it/tried it and that could be the reason why there are not so many reviews/talks about it on Reddit.

Positive
DependentPositive760
8 months ago

Security

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

Atlas VPN

(1/3)

What i like about Atlas vpn is Safeswap server that constantly change my ip. Also i like their tracker blocker. Atlas is a Young VPN service that doesn't have lots of features like Nord but what they have i found it more interesting for me than Nord. Getting new ip every min its great and tracing you with this become very difficult for anyone

Positive
Fog_Gamer
5 months ago