Top VPN Services Reviews

The virtual private network (VPN) is getting attention due to massive marketing budgets as well as collaborations between influencers. It’s a challenge to navigate the rapidly growing VPN market, and some of the assertions made about its features and benefits might not be accurate. Consumer Reports’ online security expert Yael Grauer suggests searching for open-source software, reliable builds and up-to date support for industry-standard protocols.

CyberGhost’s zero-logs policy is a major selling point. It guarantees not to record your online activity or IP address. The apps are compatible with most major operating systems, and include 256-bit encrypted encryption, a kill button leak protection, as well as the option of connecting using a random port. It also scored higher than other VPNs in our internet speed test, but this could be due in part to the shaping of your traffic by your ISP. It also comes with additional tools such as Threat Protection, Onion Over VPN and Double VPN.

Nord is a different alternative that scored highly in our tests, including an impressive performance in our geoblocking tests and streaming tests. The apps are extremely powerful and easy to use. However the user interface that is based on maps can be a bit difficult to navigate when used on smaller screens. It’s compatible with a broad range of routers, Kodi TV set top boxes and has the biggest geographical reach of our choices. It’s also a good option for streaming overseas Netflix and has dedicated ‘Windflix’ servers for that reason. It recently added a feature known as Perfect Forward Secrecy. It protects data with a different key for each session. This makes it difficult for hackers decrypt past activity.

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