Which VPN would you recommend?

  • CyberGhost VPN

    Votes: 21 9.1%
  • Nord VPN

    Votes: 44 19.0%
  • F-Secure Freedome VPN

    Votes: 22 9.5%
  • ExpressVPN

    Votes: 36 15.5%
  • OkayFreedom VPN

    Votes: 4 1.7%
  • Hide My Ass VPN

    Votes: 2 0.9%
  • PureVPN

    Votes: 5 2.2%
  • TorGuard VPN

    Votes: 4 1.7%
  • IPVanish VPN

    Votes: 3 1.3%
  • Other (Specify in thread)

    Votes: 91 39.2%
  • Total voters
    232

MegenM

Level 2
I have been using Surfshark VPN for more than a year now and it works fine.

Surfshark provides unlimited simultaneous device support at an affordable price. It is also great for torrenting and streaming. It allows me to stream Netflix in HD and 4K. It is one of the few VPN providers that publish the Warrant Canary report. As of July 20, they received zero warrants from the government.
 

SerialCart

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Dear @Ludvig Y
As I mentioned they are actually enterprise level firewall solutions which are used to protect servers against DDOS, Traffic shaping and load balancing. However, they also come with built in VPN. They are pretty reliable and I have been just updating via one click and so far (in the last 3 years) I have not faced with any problems.

There are many enterprise-level companies using these two OS. You just need to have Medium+ knowledge of network configurations. I bought it from our sister company which (unfortunately) are only offering Germany and Finland cloud servers for a fairly cheap price. AiONETS | Cloud Hosting, SSL Certificates & Cloud Servers

On my mac I am using Viscosity as a VPN client and on Linux the build in OpenVPN client (which is damn reliable).
 

Cortex

Level 22
Verified
I recently upgraded my internet connection to Fibre To The premises - At the moment they are balancing & testing the system so getting 220 meg, over the next few weeks I have an option of 380 meg or 550 meg with a Gig available over months - I'm interested in a VPN that's good & can give a high percentage of my original speed? I've not used wireguard, I know Open VPN restricts speed but I've not had a super-fast connection at home before, any advice much appreciated.
 

blackice

Level 27
Verified
I recently upgraded my internet connection to Fibre To The premises - At the moment they are balancing & testing the system so getting 220 meg, over the next few weeks I have an option of 380 meg or 550 meg with a Gig available over months - I'm interested in a VPN that's good & can give a high percentage of my original speed? I've not used wireguard, I know Open VPN restricts speed but I've not had a super-fast connection at home before, any advice much appreciated.
You probably want wireguard. Mullvad and IVPN offer it. Also you can rent a VPS and set up an algo instance and run the wireguard client on supported devices.
 

ZeroDay

Level 29
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Malware Tester
I'm still using Private Internet Access and I haven't got a single complaint. It's a solid product but that's just my own personal opinion. It's been a while since I've tried any other VPN providers so, I may try a few for comparison reasons.
 

Soulbound

Moderator
Verified
Staff member
I'm still using Private Internet Access and I haven't got a single complaint. It's a solid product but that's just my own personal opinion. It's been a while since I've tried any other VPN providers so, I may try a few for comparison reasons.
PIA is good, have no complaints but sadly doesnt bypass Netflix

For Netflix, I have to use NordVPN

Yet to try GeoVPN and Netflix (My GeoVPN is provided by work, so its the enterprise package):
 

Amvt285

Level 1
I've been using IVPN with Wireguard, it's the easiest one I've tried with Wireguard & requires zero configuration to use - It connects in a second & totally stable & I lose just a few meg of 350 meg download -Great product, delighted :):)
In terms of privacy it's very strong but speed and versatility not so much. I do not understand why you can't p2p through their US servers when so many other services find a way to do so? Why can't they unblock streaming sites when they have the technical knowledge? They would be so perfect if they resolve these standard vpn features.
 

Bonorex

Level 1
I use 2 VPN services that complement well each other. PureVPN is very fast, I can get almost as fast connections as without any VPN: 190 Mb/s download and 170 Mb/s upload. It's perfect for program downloading and videostreaming, but I can't Access some websites. I don't know why, it seems that those web pages recognize, that I'm using a VPN. On these occasions I use IvacyVPN. It offers more type of connections than PureVPN (UDP, TCP,...), it is a little bit slower, but still pretty fast for all my purposes (110 Mb/s download and 130 Mb/s upload). I got the subscriptions for these two services at very good price: I have a 5 years subscription to PureVPN and a lifetime one for Ivacy.
As I said, these two services work really well together and I'm very satisfied with both!
 

HarborFront

Level 54
Verified
Content Creator
I use 2 VPN services that complement well each other. PureVPN is very fast, I can get almost as fast connections as without any VPN: 190 Mb/s download and 170 Mb/s upload. It's perfect for program downloading and videostreaming, but I can't Access some websites. I don't know why, it seems that those web pages recognize, that I'm using a VPN. On these occasions I use IvacyVPN. It offers more type of connections than PureVPN (UDP, TCP,...), it is a little bit slower, but still pretty fast for all my purposes (110 Mb/s download and 130 Mb/s upload). I got the subscriptions for these two services at very good price: I have a 5 years subscription to PureVPN and a lifetime one for Ivacy.
As I said, these two services work really well together and I'm very satisfied with both!
PureVPN and Ivacy VPN are related

Quote from below link

You’d never have known it, but Ivacy is actually operated by the same parent company as PureVPN, a Pakistani organization called Gaditek.

Gaditek was founded by the Gadit family, with Umair Gadit being Gaditek’s current CEO and fellow co-founder Uzair Gadit being the CEO of PureVPN.

After years of rumors online, Ivacy finally admitted to this, although claiming its association with PureVPN is “only minor.”

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Amvt285

Level 1
I am using Vypr VPN, it contains zero logs and based in Switzerland.
Also it has Wireguard protocol.
Almost every aspect of their service has good fundamentals except speed. Servers near me was horribly slow and resolving host issues made me get a refund within 2 days lol. Might be good around the EU area but not the US.
 
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ab14

Level 6
Almost every aspect of their service has good fundamentals except speed. Servers near me was horribly slow and resolving host issues made me get a refund within 2 days lol. Might be good around the EU area but not the US.
I am in Saudi Arabia and the speed is pretty decent.
 
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