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Virtual private network

"VPN" redirects here. For other uses, see VPN (disambiguation).

For commercial services, see VPN service.

Allows a private network to go through a public network

A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network.[1] The benefits of a VPN include increases in functionality, security, and management of the private network. It provides access to resources inaccessible on the public network and is typically used for telecommuting workers. Encryption is common, although not an inherent part of a VPN connection.[2]

A VPN is created by establishing a virtual point-to-point connection through the use of dedicated circuits or with tunneling protocols over existing networks. A VPN available from the public Internet can provide some of the benefits of a wide area network (WAN). From a user perspective, the resources available within the private network can be accessed remotely.[3]

Types[edit]

VPN classification tree based on the topology first, then on the technology used.
VPN connectivity overview, showing intranet site-to-site and remote-work configurations used together

Virtual private networks may be classified by several categories:

Remote access
A host-to-network configuration is analogous to connecting a computer to a local area network. This type provides access to an enterprise network, such as an intranet. This may be employed for telecommuting workers who need access to private resources, or to enable a mobile worker to access important tools without exposing them to the public Internet.
Site-to-site
A site-to-site configuration connects two networks. This configuration expands a network across geographically disparate offices, or a group of offices to a data center installation. The interconnecting link may run over a dissimilar intermediate network, such as two IPv6 networks connected over an IPv4 network.[4]
Extranet-based site-to-site
In the context of site-to-site configurations, the terms intranet and extranet are used to describe two different use cases.[5] An intranet site-to-site VPN describes a configuration where the sites connected by the VPN belong to the same organization, whereas an extranet site-to-site VPN joins sites belonging to multiple organizations.

Typically, individuals interact with remote access VPNs, whereas businesses tend to make use of site-to-site connections for business-to-business, cloud computing, and branch office scenarios. Despite this, these technologies are not mutually exclusive and, in a significantly complex business network, may be combined to enable remote access to resources located at any given site, such as an ordering system that resides in a datacenter.

VPN systems also may be classified by:

  • the tunneling protocol used to tunnel the traffic
  • the tunnel's termination point location, e.g., on the customer edge or network-provider edge
  • the type of topology of connections, such as site-to-site or network-to-network
  • the levels of security provided
  • the OSI layer they present to the connecting network, such as Layer 2 circuits or Layer 3 network connectivity
  • the number of simultaneous connections

Security mechanisms[edit]

VPNs cannot make online connections completely anonymous, but they can usually increase privacy and security. To prevent disclosure of private information, VPNs typically allow only authenticated remote access using tunneling protocols and encryption techniques.

The VPN security model provides:

The life cycle phases of an IPSec Tunnel in a virtual private network.

Secure VPN protocols include the following:

  • Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) was initially developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for IPv6, which was required in all standards-compliant implementations of IPv6 before RFC 6434 made it only a recommendation.[6] This standards-based security protocol is also widely used with IPv4 and the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol. Its design meets most security goals: availability, integrity, and confidentiality. IPsec uses encryption, encapsulating an IP packet inside an IPsec packet. De-encapsulation happens at the end of the tunnel, where the original IP packet is decrypted and forwarded to its intended destination.
  • Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) can tunnel an entire network's traffic (as it does in the OpenVPN project and SoftEther VPN project[7]) or secure an individual connection. A number of vendors provide remote-access VPN capabilities through SSL. An SSL VPN can connect from locations where IPsec runs into trouble with Network Address Translation and firewall rules.
  • Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) – used in Cisco AnyConnect VPN and in OpenConnect VPN[8] to solve the issues SSL/TLS has with tunneling over TCP (tunneling TCP over TCP can lead to big delays and connection aborts[9]).
  • Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) works with the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol and in several compatible implementations on other platforms.
  • Microsoft Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) tunnels Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) or Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol traffic through an SSL/TLS channel (SSTP was introduced in Windows Server 2008 and in Windows Vista Service Pack 1).
  • Multi Path Virtual Private Network (MPVPN). Ragula Systems Development Company owns the registered trademark "MPVPN".[10]
  • Secure Shell (SSH) VPN – OpenSSH offers VPN tunneling (distinct from port forwarding) to secure remote connections to a network or to inter-network links. OpenSSH server provides a limited number of concurrent tunnels. The VPN feature itself does not support personal authentication.[11][12][13]
  • WireGuard is a protocol. In 2020, WireGuard support was added to both the Linux[14] and Android[15] kernels, opening it up to adoption by VPN providers. By default, WireGuard utilizes Curve25519 for key exchange and ChaCha20 for encryption, but also includes the ability to pre-share a symmetric key between the client and server.[16][17]
  • IKEv2 is an acronym that stands for Internet Key Exchange volume 2. It was created by Microsoft and Cisco and is used in conjunction with IPSec for encryption and authentication. Its primary use is in mobile devices, whether on 3G or 4G LTE networks, since it is effective at rejoining when a connection is lost.

Authentication[edit]

Tunnel endpoints must be authenticated before secure VPN tunnels can be established. User-created remote-access VPNs may use passwords, biometrics, two-factor authentication or other cryptographic methods. Network-to-network tunnels often use passwords or digital certificates. They permanently store the key to allow the tunnel to establish automatically, without intervention from the administrator.

Routing[edit]

Tunneling protocols can operate in a point-to-pointnetwork topology that would theoretically not be considered a VPN because a VPN by definition is expected to support arbitrary and changing sets of network nodes. But since most router implementations support a software-defined tunnel interface, customer-provisioned VPNs often are simply defined tunnels running conventional routing protocols.

Provider-provisioned VPN building-blocks[edit]

Site-to-Site VPN terminology.

Depending on whether a provider-provisioned VPN (PPVPN) operates in layer 2 or layer 3, the building blocks described below may be L2 only, L3 only, or a combination of both. Multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) functionality blurs the L2-L3 identity.[18][original research?]

RFC 4026 generalized the following terms to cover L2 MPLS VPNs and L3 (BGP) VPNs, but they were introduced in RFC 2547.[19][20]

Customer (C) devices

A device that is within a customer's network and not directly connected to the service provider's network. C devices are not aware of the VPN.

Customer Edge device (CE)

A device at the edge of the customer's network which provides access to the PPVPN. Sometimes it is just a demarcation point between provider and customer responsibility. Other providers allow customers to configure it.

Provider edge device (PE)

A device, or set of devices, at the edge of the provider network which connects to customer networks through CE devices and presents the provider's view of the customer site. PEs are aware of the VPNs that connect through them, and maintain VPN state.

Provider device (P)

A device that operates inside the provider's core network and does not directly interface to any customer endpoint. It might, for example, provide routing for many provider-operated tunnels that belong to different customers' PPVPNs. While the P device is a key part of implementing PPVPNs, it is not itself VPN-aware and does not maintain VPN state. Its principal role is allowing the service provider to scale its PPVPN offerings, for example, by acting as an aggregation point for multiple PEs. P-to-P connections, in such a role, often are high-capacity optical links between major locations of providers.

User-visible PPVPN services[edit]

OSI Layer 2 services[edit]

Virtual LAN

Virtual LAN (VLAN) is a Layer 2 technique that allows for the coexistence of multiple local area network (LAN) broadcast domains interconnected via trunks using the IEEE 802.1Q trunking protocol. Other trunking protocols have been used but have become obsolete, including Inter-Switch Link (ISL), IEEE 802.10 (originally a security protocol but a subset was introduced for trunking), and ATM LAN Emulation (LANE).

Virtual private LAN service (VPLS)

Developed by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Virtual LANs (VLANs) allow multiple tagged LANs to share common trunking. VLANs frequently comprise only customer-owned facilities. Whereas VPLS as described in the above section (OSI Layer 1 services) supports emulation of both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint topologies, the method discussed here extends Layer 2 technologies such as 802.1d and 802.1q LAN trunking to run over transports such as Metro Ethernet.

As used in this context, a VPLS is a Layer 2 PPVPN, emulating the full functionality of a traditional LAN. From a user standpoint, a VPLS makes it possible to interconnect several LAN segments over a packet-switched, or optical, provider core, a core transparent to the user, making the remote LAN segments behave as one single LAN.[21]

In a VPLS, the provider network emulates a learning bridge, which optionally may include VLAN service.

Pseudo wire (PW)

PW is similar to VPLS, but it can provide different L2 protocols at both ends. Typically, its interface is a WAN protocol such as Asynchronous Transfer Mode or Frame Relay. In contrast, when aiming to provide the appearance of a LAN contiguous between two or more locations, the Virtual Private LAN service or IPLS would be appropriate.

Ethernet over IP tunneling

EtherIP (RFC 3378)[22] is an Ethernet over IP tunneling protocol specification. EtherIP has only packet encapsulation mechanism. It has no confidentiality nor message integrity protection. EtherIP was introduced in the FreeBSD network stack[23] and the SoftEther VPN[24] server program.

IP-only LAN-like service (IPLS)

A subset of VPLS, the CE devices must have Layer 3 capabilities; the IPLS presents packets rather than frames. It may support IPv4 or IPv6.

OSI Layer 3 PPVPN architectures[edit]

This section discusses the main architectures for PPVPNs, one where the PE disambiguates duplicate addresses in a single routing instance, and the other, virtual router, in which the PE contains a virtual router instance per VPN. The former approach, and its variants, have gained the most attention.

One of the challenges of PPVPNs involves different customers using the same address space, especially the IPv4 private address space.[25] The provider must be able to disambiguate overlapping addresses in the multiple customers' PPVPNs.

BGP/MPLS PPVPN

In the method defined by RFC 2547, BGP extensions advertise routes in the IPv4 VPN address family, which are of the form of 12-byte strings, beginning with an 8-byte route distinguisher (RD) and ending with a 4-byte IPv4 address. RDs disambiguate otherwise duplicate addresses in the same PE.

PEs understand the topology of each VPN, which are interconnected with MPLS tunnels either directly or via P routers. In MPLS terminology, the P routers are Label Switch Routers without awareness of VPNs.

Virtual router PPVPN

The virtual router architecture,[26][27] as opposed to BGP/MPLS techniques, requires no modification to existing routing protocols such as BGP. By the provisioning of logically independent routing domains, the customer operating a VPN is completely responsible for the address space. In the various MPLS tunnels, the different PPVPNs are disambiguated by their label but do not need routing distinguishers.

Unencrypted tunnels[edit]

Some virtual networks use tunneling protocols without encryption for protecting the privacy of data. While VPNs often do provide security, an unencrypted overlay network does not neatly fit within the secure or trusted categorization.[28] For example, a tunnel set up between two hosts with Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) is a virtual private network but is neither secure nor trusted.[29][30]

Native plaintext tunneling protocols include Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) when it is set up without IPsec and Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) or Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE).[31]

Trusted delivery networks[edit]

Trusted VPNs do not use cryptographic tunneling; instead they rely on the security of a single provider's network to protect the traffic.[32]

From the security standpoint, VPNs either trust the underlying delivery network or must enforce security with mechanisms in the VPN itself. Unless the trusted delivery network runs among physically secure sites only, both trusted and secure models need an authentication mechanism for users to gain access to the VPN.

VPNs in mobile environments[edit]

Mobile virtual private networks are used in settings where an endpoint of the VPN is not fixed to a single IP address, but instead roams across various networks such as data networks from cellular carriers or between multiple Wi-Fi access points without dropping the secure VPN session or losing application sessions.[36] Mobile VPNs are widely used in public safety where they give law-enforcement officers access to applications such as computer-assisted dispatch and criminal databases,[37] and in other organizations with similar requirements such as field service management and healthcare.[38][need quotation to verify].

Networking limitations[edit]

A limitation of traditional VPNs is that they are point-to-point connections and do not tend to support broadcast domains; therefore, communication, software, and networking, which are based on layer 2 and broadcast packets, such as NetBIOS used in Windows networking, may not be fully supported as on a local area network. Variants on VPN such as Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) and layer 2 tunneling protocols are designed to overcome this limitation.[39]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"What Is a VPN? - Virtual Private Network". Cisco. Retrieved 5 September 2021.
  2. ^Mason, Andrew G. (2002). Cisco Secure Virtual Private Network. Cisco Press. p. 7. ISBN .
  3. ^"Virtual Private Networking: An Overview". TechNet. Microsoft Docs. 4 September 2001. Retrieved 7 November 2021.
  4. ^Davies, Joseph (July 2007). "IPv6 Traffic over VPN Connections". The Cable Guy. TechNet Magazine. Retrieved 7 November 2021 – via Microsoft Docs.
  5. ^RFC 3809 - Generic Requirements for Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Networks. sec. 1.1. doi:10.17487/RFC3809. RFC3809.
  6. ^RFC 6434, "IPv6 Node Requirements", E. Jankiewicz, J. Loughney, T. Narten (December 2011)
  7. ^"1. Ultimate Powerful VPN Connectivity". www.softether.org. SoftEther VPN Project.
  8. ^"OpenConnect". Retrieved 8 April 2013.
  9. ^"Why TCP Over TCP Is A Bad Idea". sites.inka.de. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  10. ^"Trademark Status & Document Retrieval". tarr.uspto.gov.
  11. ^"ssh(1) – OpenBSD manual pages". man.openbsd.org.
  12. ^c@cb.vu, Colin Barschel. "Unix Toolbox". cb.vu.
  13. ^"SSH_VPN – Community Help Wiki". help.ubuntu.com.
  14. ^Salter, Jim (30 March 2020). "WireGuard VPN makes it to 1.0.0—and into the next Linux kernel". Ars Technica. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  15. ^"Diff - 99761f1eac33d14a4b1613ae4b7076f41cb2df94^! - kernel/common - Git at Google". android.googlesource.com. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  16. ^Younglove, R. (December 2000). "Virtual private networks - how they work". Computing & Control Engineering Journal. 11 (6): 260–262. doi:10.1049/cce:20000602. ISSN 0956-3385.
  17. ^Benjamin Dowling, and Kenneth G. Paterson (12 June 2018). "A cryptographic analysis of the WireGuard protocol". International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security. ISBN .
  18. ^"Configuring PFC3BXL and PFC3B Mode Multiprotocol Label Switching"(PDF).
  19. ^E. Rosen & Y. Rekhter (March 1999). "BGP/MPLS VPNs". Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). RFC 2547.
  20. ^Lewis, Mark (2006). Comparing, designing, and deploying VPNs (1st print. ed.). Indianapolis, Ind.: Cisco Press. pp. 5–6. ISBN .
  21. ^Ethernet Bridging (OpenVPN)
  22. ^Hollenbeck, Scott; Housley, Russell. "EtherIP: Tunneling Ethernet Frames in IP Datagrams".
  23. ^Glyn M Burton: RFC 3378 EtherIP with FreeBSD, 03 February 2011
  24. ^net-security.org news: Multi-protocol SoftEther VPN becomes open source, January 2014
  25. ^Address Allocation for Private Internets, RFC 1918, Y. Rekhter et al., February 1996
  26. ^RFC 2917, A Core MPLS IP VPN Architecture
  27. ^RFC 2918, E. Chen (September 2000)
  28. ^Yang, Yanyan (2006). "IPsec/VPN security policy correctness and assurance". Journal of High Speed Networks. 15: 275–289. CiteSeerX 10.1.1.94.8561.
  29. ^"Overview of Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Networks (PPVPN)". Secure Thoughts. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
  30. ^RFC 1702: Generic Routing Encapsulation over IPv4 networks. October 1994.
  31. ^IETF (1999), RFC 2661, Layer Two Tunneling Protocol "L2TP"
  32. ^Cisco Systems, Inc. (2004). Internetworking Technologies Handbook. Networking Technology Series (4 ed.). Cisco Press. p. 233. ISBN . Retrieved 15 February 2013.
  33. ^Layer Two Tunneling Protocol "L2TP", RFC 2661, W. Townsley et al., August 1999
  34. ^IP Based Virtual Private Networks, RFC 2341, A. Valencia et al., May 1998
  35. ^Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), RFC 2637, K. Hamzeh et al., July 1999
  36. ^Phifer, Lisa. "Mobile VPN: Closing the Gap", SearchMobileComputing.com, July 16, 2006.
  37. ^Willett, Andy. "Solving the Computing Challenges of Mobile Officers", www.officer.com, May, 2006.
  38. ^Cheng, Roger. "Lost Connections", The Wall Street Journal, December 11, 2007.
  39. ^Sowells, Julia (7 August 2017). "Virtual Private Network (VPN) : What VPN Is And How It Works". Hackercombat. Retrieved 7 November 2021.

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The best torrenting VPN in 2021

Using a torrenting VPN is absolutely essential, but finding the best VPN for the job can be a tricky task. Some providers are very specialized while others may totally forbid P2P sharing while using their servers, but thanks to the fact that torrenting is often seen as a grey area, very few providers boast about their torrenting power online, even if they're perfectly suited.

Since P2P sharing opens you up to unknown and unknowable files from an anonymous source, it's always best to use a safety net. And, accidentally downloading files of uncertain origin isn't the only risk – when connected to a P2P network your online activity essentially becomes public knowledge, and anyone with the right tools can trace your activity back to you.

So, using a VPN for torrenting is a no brainer, and here we've rounded up the very best providers so you can make an informed decision and keep yourself absolutely safe online.

NB: We do not condone illegal torrenting, and our advice is only intended to assist legitimate torrent users seeking extra security.

What makes a great torrenting VPN?

The two most important things a torrenting VPN should provide are excellent security and good connection speeds. Features like a kill switch and split tunnelling are especially useful here, too.

Using a kill switch means your connection will be cut if your VPN fails (avoiding any unexpected leaks), and split tunneling allows you to route your P2P traffic through the VPN and torrent safely while letting other apps use an unprotected line. 

Great speeds are useful for any VPN application, but when downloading from a torrent they’re especially important. If your download or upload speeds are at a crawl, then one of the greatest benefits of sharing P2P is negated. Plus, when using a VPN your Internet provider won't be able to tell you're torrenting at all – which means it can't selectively slow down, or 'throttle', your connection.

We rate ExpressVPN as the most capable VPN for torrenting thanks to its blistering connection speeds and world-class security credentials. However, there are a number of other excellent options available, so read on to find out the five best torrenting VPNs on the market today.

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Simply put, ExpressVPN is the top VPN out there right now – the fact it's also perfectly suited to torrenting is just a great bonus. Or, to look at it another way, this is the ideal torrenting VPN that offers everything else you'd require from your VPN.

A quality VPN for torrenting should have plenty of security features to keep you safe, and Express has these in spades. Not only does it have full torrenting support on every server, but it provides WebRTC leak protection, private DNS servers and Perfect Forward Secrecy, which uses a unique key every time you connect and every 60 minutes afterwards.

Beyond excellent privacy, ExpressVPN also provides good connection speeds – essential for any torrenting VPN. Connections to servers in your home country will stay relatively unaffected, and the wide server choice means you'll be able to pick from a whole host of overseas connections to make sure you stay up to speed.

Express boasts both a kill switch and split tunnelling, and combined with a strict policy of no activity or connection logs, it offers the most complete torrenting VPN package we've had the pleasure of testing.

However, as with any VPN, users can run into issues, and Express has got you covered with its 24/7 live chat support. In the unlikely event you'll need it, the helpful team will get you torrenting in a matter of minutes rather than hours

While ExpressVPN costs marginally more than some of its rivals, it's not worth scrimping on a torrenting VPN as there's often a lot at stake – and if it's not for you, then there's a 30-day money-back guarantee too.

CyberGhost is a fantastic VPN for torrenting, and while it's packed with features, it still remains nice and simple to use. From the get-go you'll be able to tell torrenting is a priority, as the VPN will automatically configure itself to deliver the best torrenting experience. 

That mean you don't have to fuss around with protocols or testing servers randomly to try and find the best P2P performance – CyberGhost knows what you want to do, and it'll make it happen. It even has a great big 'Torrent Anonymously' button to make the whole process entirely idiot-proof. There's also a clear no logging policy, a reliable kill switch and split tunnelling available, as you'd expect.

A specialized feature we'd like to see in every torrenting VPN is CyberGhost's App Protection. Essentially, this means you can configure the VPN to automatically connect to a server of your choice when you launch a particular app. In practice, the app in question will be your torrent client, and once you've set that up you won't even need to open CyberGhost to get protected.

The most impressive thing about CyberGhost, though are its incredible connection speeds when using WireGuard. Topping out at a whopping 860Mbps on a 1Gbps line, you won't see any slow-down when you're downloading. So, while it's not quite as good all round as ExpressVPN, as a specialized VPN for torrenting CyberGhost is a great choice.

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Known for its stringent security measures, NordVPN has made a name for itself as a great VPN for torrenting. Thanks to double encryption, a choice of protocols, two kill switches, DNS leak blocking and zero-logging, there's plenty here to keep you safe.

While not all servers are P2P supported, there are hundreds in the US, UK and plenty more across the globe that do support torrents. And, since the VPN will connect you to the best P2P server in your location when it detects torrenting traffic, the process is painless too.

Nord also offers a ton of extra features like payment via Bitcoin, traffic leak protection and Onion over VPN, and it's a great everyday VPN for Netflix and general security, and also offers a good selection of mobile apps.

Although not quite as specialized as CyberGhost, NordVPN slips into this list thanks to its class-leading connection speeds – up to 880Mbps in our testing – and with its wide variety of servers, you can't really go wrong here.,

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Private Internet Access offers plenty of servers, all of which support P2P torrenting, and like any good torrenting VPN there are no bandwidth restrictions whatsoever – but PIA also offers a couple of features not seen in your garden-variety VPN.

Port forwarding allows the VPN to redirect connections around a NAT firewall, and this ensures you torrenting speeds stay as fast as possible. Alongside that you'll also get the requisite kill switch and split tunnelling to further optimise your P2P experience.

On the performance front, PIA delivered decent connection speeds of around 430Mbps when using WireGuard. That's not quite up there with the very fastest VPN services, but for most users that'll be plenty for their domestic Internet connections. Plus, in our testing we didn't experience any dropped connections or failures to connect.

Alongside a zero-log policy, PIA offers an industry-standard 30-day money-back guarantee and serviceable live-chat support. While it's not a slick as some others, PIA is a good-value torrenting VPN that runs on plenty of devices and will keep you safe.

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If you were to take a look at Hotspot Shield's website, you wouldn't find any mention at all of its prowess as a torrenting VPN – and with the recent uproar and prosecutions of VPN providers regarding illegal P2P activity, we don't blame the owners for covering their backs.

However, in our testing Hotspot Shield proved to a reliable and speedy VPN for torrenting. In fact,

You won't have a ton of options when it comes to configuring the client – only server location and choice between the Catapult Hydra and IKEv2 protocols – but when it works well out the box, this is unlikely to bother anyone expect the most particular users.

What might bother a larger proportion of users is the fact Hotspot Shield does log a little more data than rivals, but we're assured that none of this can be traced back to the user in a pretty comprehensive zero-logging policy.

So, with a kill switch and decent speeds, Hotspot Shield is a simple, effective torrenting VPN that does the job well.

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Surfshark is a great torrenting VPN for those who want to stay protected but also don't want to break the bank. With a comprehensive feature-set that includes a kill switch, split tunnelling and protocol switching, there's a lot you can do to tailor your P2P experience.

Alongside decent connection speeds, Surfshark incorporates Double Hop, zero-knowledge DNS servers and a no-logs policy. However, not every one of Surfshark's servers supports P2P traffic – while it functions similarly to Nord in this respect, Surfshark has fewer servers, so your options will be even slimmer.

That's not to say that Surfshark won't do the job – it's a tempting option if you want to spend as little as possible – but for torrenting it's simply not as specialised as those further up the list.

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Best torrenting VPN FAQ

Is using a VPN for torrenting legal?

Torrenting itself isn't illegal – it's simply sharing information in small packets across different machines. This allows for fast and efficient transfers between computers, which is also known as P2P sharing.

The practice only becomes illegal when you use it to share content which is owned by someone else – for example, a movie that's owned by a media company which you're not paying for. 

What features make a great VPN for torrenting?

To get the best possible personal security and ensure anonymity, you'll want to be sure that your VPN is one that operates a clear 'no logs' policy. This means that the VPN won't record any data that can identify you and, in the unlikely situation that the VPN is compelled to give evidence, it won't have any to give.

Another thing to take into consideration is connection speed, since you'll probably be sharing large files when using your torrenting VPN.

No leaking, as you'd imagine, is also vitally important. Many media companies are now running networks of monitoring nodes which can join torrent swarms and collect IP addresses. So if you're using a VPN that has leak protection, you won't have to worry about being on that list.

Can you use a free VPN for torrenting?

If we're honest, a free VPN isn't going to be a great solution for torrenting. Most free VPNs enact strict data caps – from a relatively generous 500Mb a day to a measly half-gig a month – and some also restrict download speed.

While free VPNs are great for casual use of public Wi-Fi or general browsing, bandwidth-intensive activities like torrenting and streaming will see you maxing out your allowance in no time.

Can a VPN make torrenting faster?

In short, yes! Torrenting is a prime activity that your ISP will monitor, and many will throttle your connection if they detect you engaging in P2P sharing.

Throttling essentially means that your ISP makes you connection slower to either discourage certain activities or conserve bandwidth. It's not only done for torrenting individuals, either – people using lots of bandwidth for streaming or online gaming can also see their connections drop for no apparent reason.

A VPN hides what you're using your connection for, and if your ISP can't see that you're torrenting, it can't make the decision to throttle your connection. Therefore, if you find connections vastly dropping when torrenting, a VPN could help bring you back up to speed.

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A VPN is a versatile tool with a ton of uses. It can give you privacy when you use public Wi-Fi and let you bypass blocks on the internet at work. It can also help you to get better value for money, by allowing you to watch US Netflix from abroad. Many people also use VPNs to defeat government censorship and to access geo-restricted content or services that are usually out of reach. 

Despite their many functions, VPNs were originally designed to provide people with online privacy – the additional benefits are actually a handy by-product of how they work. That said, plenty of VPNs actually fail to provide users with any privacy at all, and this can make them unreliable and downright concerning.

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ExpressVPN is the best no log VPN around. This service takes user privacy seriously offering excellent features designed to protect your privacy online and a strict no logs policy.

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ExpressVPN is often used at a benchmark when it comes to comparing providers – and for good reason. Not only is the service jam-packed with features and stunning to look at, but it consistently proves its commitment to privacy. Basically, it's everything you want your VPN to be... and then some!


The service sticks strictly to its no-logs policy, and even refrains from collecting timestamps and IP addresses, which is pretty impressive!


ExpressVPN has reassured users even further, however, by inviting independent auditors, PWC, to comb through its no-logs policy and check for discrepancies. None were found, however – ExpressVPN fully adheres to, and lives up to, its claims. This is great news, and means that ExpressVPN is trustworthy enough to use if you're trying to bypass rigid government censorship or network-imposed restrictions.


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One of the reasons I find myself coming back to ExpressVPN is that it grants total peace of mind. Your digital privacy is vastly improved when you use the service, whether you're at home, using public Wi-Fi, or jetting off on holiday.


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Thanks to these features, and P2P support, ExpressVPN is also one of our top picks when it comes to torrenting, as you'll be able to file-share without worrying about your ISP finding out and subsequently sending you a very nasty letter.


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NordVPN combines robust security and obfuscation measures with impressive unblocking power, and all for a price that won't break the bank.


NordVPN is a no-logs VPN provider based in Panama. This alone makes it one of the best VPN choices available for privacy fanatics, as it puts it comfortably outside the direct influence of both the NSA and copyright holders. Likewise, Panama's internet is completely uncensored and not subject to government surveillance.


The service isn't interested in keeping tabs on which sites you visit or what you might be downloading, either. I particularly like that NordVPN is committed to proving the legitimacy of its no-logs policy, and has invited independent auditors, PWC, to analyze its logging claims on two separate occasions in recent years.


Privacy focused


Unfortunately, not everyone has unfettered access to the web, and people in places like China and Egypt may struggle to bypass authoritarian restrictions as a result. That's where NordVPN's XOR stealth servers come in. The XOR servers can hop over blocks and banish censorship, and even hide VPN ciphers themselves, effectively beating any VPN restrictions.


Alongside peer-to-peer (P2P) permissions and Tor over VPN functionality, one thing that sets NordVPN apart from the competition is its all-inclusive feature-set. NordVPN has unique advanced features such as “double-hop” VPN chaining (which essentially routes traffic through two servers rather than one).



I'm constantly recommending NordVPN to VPN first-timers



I also enjoy the NordVPN CyberSec feature, which protects users against malware by utilizing a real-time blocklist. CyberSec comes in incredibly handy if you're looking to banish invasive ads, and can spare you (and your device) a ton of stress if you're connected to a public Wi-Fi network.


NordVPN backs up this privacy-friendly stance by using strongly implemented OpenVPN encryption and accepting potentially anonymous payment via bitcoins.


Ideal for streaming


NordVPN is a streamer's dream with servers in 60 countries. That's obviously ideal for unblocking all sorts of geo-restricted content, and with NordVPN, you'll be able to unblock Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, HBO, and many, many more.


When we put VPNs through our rigorous server-based speed tests, NordVPN always impresses, consistently ranking amongst the very quickest VPNs on the market right now. The service is fast enough to handle bandwidth-intensive activities, like gaming and VoIP calls, and can handle HD streams, too! So, you won't have to deal with any more pixelated videos that take longer to buffer than they do to watch...


The newcomers' favorite


VPNs can seem a little intimidating, especially if you've never used one before. Fortunately, NordVPN is really easy to use! I'm constantly recommending the service to VPN first-timers; the apps are all spacious, bright, and designed to be intuitive. I like that the NordVPN map makes picking a server, and connecting to it via the list, super easy, and offers a visual element that some competitors lack.


If you're feeling generous, you can share your NordVPN subscription thanks to six available simultaneous connections. Considering that NordVPN has apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS, this is pretty fantastic value for money. If you do run into trouble, or have any questions, you can reach out to NordVPN via social media, email, or live chat for 24/7 support.


Finally, NordVPN's 30-day money-back guarantee allows you to really put the provider through its paces before deciding to commit to a subscription.

Private Internet Access is an extremely reliable no-logs VPN with a solid reputation. What's more, it has even proven it's no-logs status in court on more than one occasion!

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    • 26 months:$2.69/mth

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    • 12 months:$3.33/mth

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    • 1 month:$11.95/mth
  • Pros

    • No logs – proven in court!
    • A great budget VPN
    • Accepts Bitcoin payments
    • Great OpenVPN encryption
    • Kill-switch and DNS leak protection means extra security
  • Cons

    • No free trial
    • Slightly outdated UI
    • US-based company
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

PIA Demo

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Private Internet Access (or PIA to you and me) has been a main-stay in the VPN market for a long time. The service is a fantastic no-logs VPN, and continues to get better and better thanks to a series of upgrades, cosmetic revamps, and a blossoming network of servers.


Because PIA is based in the US, it's not going to be the perfect VPN for the more NSA-phobic out there. The US government could potentially serve PIA with a warrant demanding that it hand over its data – fortunately, the service abides by a no-logs policy. This means that there's no data to hand over to the government in the first place.


I'd like to see PIA take a leaf from its competitors' books and invest in an independent third-party audit. This would be a great step towards dispelling some of the concerns that potential users may have, considering the VPN's home turf, as well as another stellar selling point for a service that's already well-regarded.


Customizable security


PIA doesn't skimp when it comes to features, that's for sure! All of the provider's tools are exceptionally easy to use, too. You'll be able to access the web via obfuscated servers in a few clicks, or just as easily banish malware, trackers, and invasive ads thanks to the PIA Mace feature.


The PIA desktop software also supports multiple security options, a VPN kill-switch, DNS leak protection, and port forwarding, and it permits a very generous ten simultaneous connections. This is great news for anyone with a lot of devices to protect!



It's hard to overstate how cheap PIA is when purchased yearly



When testing the VPN, I found the apps easy to use and customize, though it was great to see that PIA uses OpenVPN by default! So, even if you're not planning to take a deep dive into its advanced settings, the VPN is as secure as can be and ready to use from the moment you login. The advanced customization options really don't take that long to learn, however. Plus, they give you plenty of advantages – if you want to torrent, for example.


Servers everywhere!


PIA has, frankly, a staggering number of servers spread out across 78 countries. They're quick, don't impose any bandwidth limits, and make bypassing geo-restrictions a breeze. And when it comes to having your pick of shows, movies, and series from around the world, PIA has you covered.


PIA can confidently unblock most major streaming services, including Netflix and BBC iPlayer. When we put PIA through its paces to unblock a variety of content, we found that it performed excellently across the board, and didn't struggle to keep up with HD streams.


Low-cost, high-performance


It's hard to overstate just how cheap PIA is when purchased yearly. PIA feels like a premium provider with a budget price tag – that's a rarity, considering how many VPNs feel like the exact opposite. I noticed that PIA also further reduced its prices recently, making it that much more accessible to folks on a budget, and the service also sells static IPs.


Speaking of money, I've always been a fan of how many ways there are to pay for your PIA subscription. You can use a credit card or your PayPal account, sure, but you also have the option to use cryptocurrency or gift cards (including Walmart and Best Buy) if you'd rather stay as anonymous as possible.


And, as per the industry standard, PIA subscriptions come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, giving you plenty of time to play with the provider before taking the plunge with a long term plan.

Surfshark knows the value of a no-logs policy. What's more, this VPN is packed full of features that will help keep you secure online.

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    • Black Friday Special - 24 months + 3 months FREE:$2.21/mth

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    • 24 months:$2.49/mth

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    • 6 months:$6.49/mth

      49% OFF

    • 1 month:$12.95/mth
  • Pros

    • Based in the British Virgin Islands beyond data retention laws
    • No-logs policy has been audited... twice!
    • Supports torrenting
    • Super speedy servers ideal for streaming
    • Unlimited simultaneous connections
  • Cons

    • Not quite as fast as ExpressVPN... but still quick
    • One-month subscription is rather expensive
    • Mac client lacks some features
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

Surfshark Demo

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Surfshark is a provider that has only been around for a few years. However, in that short amount of time, it has quickly risen to be a consumer favorite in the VPN world.


The VPN provides a watertight no-logs privacy policy, and clearly states in its logging policy that it is not interested in collecting your IP address, connection timestamps, browsing history, or session information. This is what we like to see from VPN providers, and Surfshark even allows users to opt-out of sending anonymous diagnostic and crash data (and other non-personally identifiable information) if they'd rather not.


Surfshark is based in the British Virgin Islands, and whilst the country is not part of the notorious 14-Eyes alliance, it does remain under the jurisdiction of the UK. This isn't ideal, obviously, but it is worth noting that the British Virgin Islands doesn't have any data retention laws.


Super servers


Surfshark has a network of more than 3,200 servers in over 65 countries – that's an incredibly generous selection, and it only gets more impressive when you learn that these servers are all entirely diskless and run on volatile memory (RAM). Essentially, this means that Surfshark has a lot more control over its servers than some of its competitors, and can prevent information from being physically taken from its servers once a session has ended, or if a server plug is pulled at some point.



Surfshark boasts top-notch speeds as well as dedicated P2P and stealth servers



If you're into streaming, gaming, or torrenting, then Surfshark is definitely worth checking out. It's servers are more than quick enough to handle these data-intensive tasks. Surfshark's selection of obfuscated servers, as well as its dedicated and specially-configured P2P servers in Canada and the Netherlands, mean that it's a great VPN for torrenting.


Nifty features


Besides implementing the super-secure OpenVPN protocol, Surfshark also offers DNS leak protection and a kill switch. You'll need to enable the kill switch for yourself, but once you have, you'll find that it's totally reliable. We've put it through some rigorous tests of our own and found that it worked perfectly on both desktop and mobile devices.


But the list of Surfshark features doesn't end there! Users will also benefit from split tunneling (that allows you to determine which of your apps are routed through the VPN and which aren't), a CleanWeb feature that'll banish ads and malware, multi-hop, two-factor authentication, and a Smart DNS service that's ideal for spoofing your location if you're using a console or Smart TV.


And, of course, I'm a huge fan of Surfshark's ability to unblock the most in-demand streaming services out there. I rarely have trouble accessing Netflix and BBC iPlayer with the service, and have also been able to browse Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, and many more.


User friendly


One of Surfshark's key selling points is, frankly, that it allows unlimited simultaneous connections with one subscription. So, if you looking to share you connection with friends or family, or if you just have a ton of devices you'd like to protect, then Surfshark could be the service for you. The Surfshark apps are also incredibly easy to install and use, and are compatible with Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Smart TVs.


For any questions or concerns, get in touch with the Surfshark team via live chat – the team is around 24/7 to help out, and we've always found their advice to be speedy and reliable. All in all, you won't regret taking a look at Surfshark, especially given its 30-day money-back guarantee.

VyprVPN is a zero-logs VPN with an audit to prove it. VyprVPN runs its own server network & offers unique Chameleon obfuscation (stealth) technology making it private and secure.

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    • Black Friday special: 24 months + 12 months FREE:$1.53/mth

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    • 24 months + 12 months FREE:$1.81/mth

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    • 12 months + 6 months FREE:$2.5/mth

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    • 1 month + 1 month FREE:$6.47/mth

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  • Pros

    • Based in Switzerland - great for privacy!
    • Audited no-logs policy
    • P2P is supported
    • Obfuscation, kill switch, and DNS leak protection
    • VyprVPN owns its server network
  • Cons

    • Connection times can run slow
    • Fewer servers than other providers
    • Not accepting crypto payments at this time
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

VYPR Demo

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Previously, VyprVPN was based in the US, and well known for owning its own server network infrastructure, as well as its Chameleon stealth technology – a reportedly effective method of unblocking the internet in China.


At the same time, VyprVPN went fully "no-logs". This would be good but fairly unremarkable in itself, as there are plenty of no-logs VPN services out there these days. What makes VyprVPN stand out is that it is one of the only VPN companies we know of to have its no-logs claims (not just its software) independently audited by a third party.


You can check out Levitation's detailed VyprVPN No Log Assessment report for yourself, and VyprVPN says that it will commission more of these to demonstrate its ongoing commitment to keeping no logs.


Security focused


VyprVPN doesn't pull any punches when it comes to keeping users secure. The VPN offers DNS leak protection, a kill-switch, NAT firewall, and a number of protocols in addition to AES 256-bit encryption. Whilst you could feasibly go with L2TP/IPsec, PPTP, I'd recommend sticking to the OpenVPN protocol for most of your day-to-day browsing. VyprVPN has recently implemented WireGuard, too, which combines performance with security – so, expect to see way more of WireGuard in the near future.


Whilst VyprVPN doesn't have the most expansive network of servers, with more than 700 across 70 locations, it's still a broad selection. What's more impressive is the fact that the VPN owns the entirety of this network. This means there's no risk of third-parties keeping server logs or interfering, and is a massive bonus in our book.


Stay stealthy


If flying under the radar is your main concern, you'll want to check out VyprVPN's proprietary Chameleon tech. Essentially, Chameleon is VyprVPN's version of obfuscation or cloaking, and can make your OpenVPN traffic look like HTTPS, so nobody can tell that you're using a VPN. Obviously, that's massively handy if you live somewhere where VPNs are banned. Additionally, the service claims that Chameleon can even prevent Deep Packet Inspection (DPI).



VyprVPN owns the entirety of its server network, scattered across 70 locations



By using Chameleon, you'll be able to access the web with freedom and security, and bypass any pesky restrictions imposed by your workplace or government. The fact that Chameleon also cloaks your VPN traffic means that ISPs won't be able to throttle your bandwidth if you decide to stream a movie or hop into an online game, as they won't be able to see what you're up to whilst connected to a VPN server. It's win/win!


To make the most of VyprVPN's privacy features, I'd advise using a few of them in combination – and you'll definitely want to make sure that you've enabled the provider's kill switch. I particularly enjoy the VyprVPN kill switch because it can be customized to run at the application or system level, and can even block LAN traffic upon request.


Packed with features


Not only does VyprVPN offer 30 simultaneous connections to its premium users, but it'll also let you P2P torrent and check out pretty much any streaming service! VyprVPN reliably unblocks Netflix, as well as BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, geo-restricted YouTube videos, and much, much more. Plus, you can enjoy your streams in smooth HD thanks to a distinct lack of bandwidth restrictions.


Try VyprVPN for yourself with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and enjoy the fresh, updated VyprVPN 3.0 client!

PrivateVPN is the best value-for-money VPN. This VPN isn't just secure, but also a great at unblocking content, navigating some of the toughest streaming site blocks in the world with ease.

  • Pricing

    • 12 months + 12 months FREE:$2.49/mth

      79% OFF

    • 3 months:$6/mth

      50% OFF

    • 1 month:$12/mth
  • Pros

    • Obfuscated (stealth) servers
    • Cheap and easy to use
    • Excellent streaming capabilities
  • Cons

    • Fewer servers to choose from
    • Smaller global network means fewer countries to access
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

PrivateVPN Demo

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PrivateVPN is an outstanding provider from Sweden that lives up to its name. The VPN has a watertight no-logs policy, and implements strong OpenVPN encryption for proven security.


Excellent compatibility


PrivateVPN has apps for all platforms, including macOS, iOS, Android, and Windows. All apps come with a kill-switch, DNS leak protection, and obfuscation (dedicated stealth servers) so you can enjoy total privacy online.



An excellent no-logs VPN that represents exceptional value-for-money



PrivateVPN is one of the few services that can consistently unblock a plethora of Netflix catalogs. Until recently, they had a dedicated streaming service on their app, but had to remove it to prevent streaming services blocking its IP addresses. You can still get dedicated streaming servers from PrivateVPN, but if you're looking to crack a particular country and service, it might help to drop their friendly customer support a message.


Perfect for beginners


The one-click connect function means it's easy to use and perfect if you're looking for your first VPN. If you want to take advantage of different encryption options, obfuscated (stealth) servers, or other features, simply open up the advanced view for a more detailed interface with plenty of control.


P2P Torrenting supported


If you wanted to use the VPN for torrenting, you'll be glad to know that it offers plenty of support, and even lets you choose between OpenVPN TCP encryption so you can guarantee the integrity of your downloads. Add to that the benefit of port-forwarding, and you can torrent safely, securely, and without fear of prying eyes.

CyberGhost is a no-logs VPN that is a joy to use. If you want a secure VPN service combined with a sleek, easy to use app, look no further.

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    • Black Friday Special - 24 months + 3 months FREE:$2.17/mth

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    • 24 months + 2 months FREE:$2.25/mth

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    • 6 months:$6.39/mth

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    • 1 month:$12.99/mth
  • Pros

    • High speed for ultra-fast streaming
    • More than 800 servers & global coverage
    • No Logs (worth mentioning) Policy, guaranteed security and encryption
    • 7 simultaneous connections
    • Based in Romania, away from 14 Eyes alliance
  • Cons

    • No independent audit since 2012
    • Speeds could be more stable
    • No obfuscation
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

CyberGhost Demo

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Owned by KAPE Technologies, CyberGhost makes its home in Romania – a great place for a VPN to live. Romania is not a part of any Eyes alliances, has no known ties to the NSA, and rejected a new draft on data retention law in 2011. Add this to CyberGhost's staunch no-logs policy and frequent transparency report, and you get a service that you can trust to keep your browsing sessions secure.


Again, we'd like to see CyberGhost's policy be picked over by an independent third-party auditor at some point. Right now, we know that some minimal statistics are kept, like they are with ExpressVPN, but again, no timestamps or IPs are ever recorded, presenting no threat to a user's privacy.


Furthermore, if you're really looking to maximize your digital privacy, you'll have the option to pay for your CyberGhost subscription with Bitcoin. Bear in mind, however, that CyberGhost will still be privy to your real IP address if you do.


Secure browsing


I'm glad to see that CyberGhost's kill-switch is enabled by default, seeing as that's one less option that users will have to toggle themselves. This kill-switch will prevent your device from accessing the web if your VPN connection drops, and thereby stop your real IP address and activity from leaking to your ISP. This feature is especially handy for anyone looking to do a bit of torrenting. CyberGhost supports P2P downloads, and actually has a number of optimized servers dedicated to the task!


CyberGhost's NoSpy servers are perfect for bypassing censorship to access the web, discreetly. We can't verify that they're 100% anonymous, but they certainly come in handy if you're looking to further boost your privacy and benefit from their extended bandwidth.



CyberGhost makes its home in Romania, a great place for VPNs



What's more, CyberGhost employs military-grade encryption to keep its users' data and VPN sessions secure. The unflinching combination of AES 256-bit encryption and the OpenVPN protocol means any sensitive information disclosed online will remain completely private. CyberGhost has also recently added WireGuard to its roster of protocols – an exciting update, as Wireguard is largely considered to be next-big-thing, thanks to its blazing speeds and sturdy cryptographic principles.


Access a variety of content


A lot of people are going to use their no-logs VPN to unblock geo-restricted content, and we can't blame you! CyberGhost is an ideal pick for this. The VPN has servers in 88 countries and access to all of the most popular streaming services.


With CyberGhost, you'll be able to browse Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Disney+, and many more. The VPN can also access a number of speciality sports services from around the world, making it ideal for fans who want to keep up with their respective teams throughout the year.


Intuitive software


CyberGhost VPN combines fully-featured software with incredible ease-of-use, and you'll be able to enjoy up to 7 simultaneous connections with just one subscription.


In addition to stylish, simple apps, CyberGhost has a wealth of guides, articles and FAQs to walk you through setup. It's great to see providers like CyberGhost catering to customers without expansive technical knowhow, and a customer service team is on hand 24/7 to field additional questions – in English, French, and Romanian!


A 45-day money-back guarantee is available to those folks who subscribe for 6 or 18 months, too. This offer is pretty generous in comparison to other VPNs, and gives you plenty of time to trial all of CyberGhost's features for yourself.

Hide.me keeps zero-logs and is based in Malaysia with an advanced feature set, so you know you'll be in safe hands with this choice.

  • Free option

    Yes

    Pricing

    • Free:$0/mth
    • 24 months + 2 months FREE:$4.99/mth

      61% OFF

    • 12 months:$8.33/mth

      35% OFF

    • 1 month:$12.99/mth
  • Pros

    • Audited and impressive no-logs policy
    • Good selection of features across platforms
    • 10 simultenaous connections
    • Can annonymously purchase a subscription
    • Supports torrenting
  • Cons

    • Lacks specialized servers
    • Premium plan is pretty expensive
    • Struggles to unblock streaming services
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

Hide.me Demo

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Hide.me is a VPN provider from Malaysia that is perfect for anybody who cares about privacy and security, seeing as the government does not enforce any mandatory data retention laws. What's more, the VPN has a lot of advanced features that ensure your data is always protected.


Hide.me won its place in this list thanks to a robust no-logs policy, and we particularly approve of the fact that the provider has commissioned independent security analysts to audit its logging policy. Being based in Malaysia means that Hide.me isn't required by law to store user logs, and there's no need to even hand over your email address when you sign up for a free plan.


Besides the fact that it doesn't keep any logs, Hide.me also erases its bandwidth connection logs every few hours, and these logs are kept totally separate to any IP addresses or timestamps.


A privacy champion


When you download and install a Hide.me app (available for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices), you'll be able to take your pick of protocols, including OpenVPN, IKEv2 and SoftEther. And, as you'd expect from a premium VPN, Hide.me also employs robust AES 256-bit encryption to keep your sessions secure.



Apps for all platforms, with a kill-switch, DNS leak protection, and stealth servers for added security



I like that Hide.me allows you to really build up your personal privacy by enabling secure P2P torrenting on most of its servers, offering a split tunneling feature called Stealth Guard, and automatically detecting if your device has connected to a shady and unsecure Wi-Fi network. If you have, Hide.me will suggest that you connect to one of its servers right away to keep you secure and out of the reach of hackers and other bad actors who frequent these public hotspots.


The Hide.me kill-switch is another invaluable bit of tech, and works reliably regardless of the platform you're using. Just remember to enable it manually, first!


Features galore


Hide.me has apps for all platforms with a kill switch, DNS leak protection, obfuscation, and full IPv6 compatibility. Plus, Hide.me provides port forwarding for torrenting.


Users will also be spoiled for choice when it comes to servers, with around 1,800 servers in 40 countries across the globe. This is great news for anyone who enjoys streaming, and Hide.me has gotten way better at unblocking various services! Now, you'll be able to check out Netflix and BBC iPlayer, amongst others, and share 10 simultaneous connections with friends and family if you're feeling generous.


Try before you buy


Hide.me does offer a free VPN subscription plan, and it's pretty impressive! Free users won't get all the benefits listed above, of course, but they will have 10GB of data per month to play with.


If you decide to upgrade, you can pay for your plan via PayPal, credit or debit card, and various cryptocurrencies. This is the way to go if you're looking to stay as anonymous as possible and it's great to see more and more VPNs offer this option. Unfortunately, the Hide.me plans are all on the expensive side, though monthly prices do drop if you go for a longer commitment. You could argue that other providers offer similar speeds and features for less, but Hide.me does do a stellar job of combining a staunch no-logs service with a variety of features.


So, see for yourself what Hide.me can do by making good use of its 30-day money-back guarantee!

StrongVPN is a service with a solid no-logging policy. It is based in the US, which may concern some, but with a strong emphasis on privacy, there are no alarm bells here for us.

  • Pricing

    • 12 months:$3.66/mth

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    • 1 month:$10.99/mth
  • Pros

    • Strong no-logs policy
    • 12 simultaneous connections
    • Bitcoin payments accepted
    • Supports torrenting
    • Can unblock Netflix
  • Cons

    • Smaller pool of servers than other providers
    • Based in the US
    • Not the most feature-rich service
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

StrongVPN Demo

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StrongVPN is a secure VPN provider that implements a trustworthy no-logs policy. It has apps for all platforms, and they're jam-packed with all the features you'll need to stay secure online, including a kill-switch and DNS leak protection.


The service itself has been around for a while, since 2005, in fact, and has since been acquired by J2 Global. StrongVPN is based in the US, and some prospective users will be (understandably) wary of this. After all, that's where the NSA and CIA live, and they could feasibly force StrongVPN to hand over data. Luckily, StrongVPN's no-logs policy is airtight. This means that even if the NSA or CIA were to come calling, the provider would have no information to hand over, anyway.


The all-rounder


StrongVPN is compatible with just about every platform, including various routers, and you won't have to worry about any bandwidth caps. We love that this VPN lets consumers run the software on up to 12 devices simultaneously, which makes it an ideal no-logs VPN for larger families or users with lots of devices.



Compatible with just about every platform, including various routers – so you don't have to worry about bandwidth caps



And StrongVPN lives up to its name when it comes to security. The VPN uses OpenVPN encryption, though users do have the choice to try out the WireGuard protocol if they wish. I'm particularly glad to see that the StrongVPN kill-switch is now available for Mac users and not just Windows users – an improvement that really ramps up the service's accessibility. I'd definitely recommend giving StrongVPN a test run with its 30-day money-back guarantee, too!


Superb speeds


Currently, StrongVPN boasts over 950 servers in more than 30 countries – and that's going to be more than enough for most VPN use-cases. Connecting to any of these servers is incredibly quick, and StrongVPN can more than hold its own against other premium VPNs when it comes to server speeds. In fact, you should have no trouble streaming smooth HD videos with StrongVPN, and gaming online, as well as VoIP calls, are just as feasible. During our tests, we also found that StrongVPN has incredibly impressive DNS lookup times. This means your webpages will load that much quicker!


Easy streaming


Streaming is where StrongVPN really excels. Not only can the provider unblock all the most popular services, like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, but it can also reliably access a long list of other channels – so no matter what you want to watch, or where you are, you'll be able to check out content from around the globe in a few clicks. Personally, I find StrongVPN to work best when unblocking content from the US.


Initially, I found that StrongVPN was unable to access BBC iPlayer via a UK server. This was disappointing, but fortunately, StrongVPN offers its users a free Smart DNS service! This is incredibly handy for situations just like this, where you need a little extra help spoofing your location. After testing the SmartDNS, I was able to access BBC iPlayer from outside the US without any trouble.

ProtonVPN is a secure no-logs VPN from the developers of ProtonMail. Built with privacy and security in mind, this service has somehow managed to balance this out with great speeds.

  • Free option

    Yes

    Pricing

    • Free trial:$0/mth
    • 24 months:$3.29/mth

      34% OFF

    • 12 months:$4/mth

      19% OFF

    • 1 month:$5/mth
  • Pros

    • No IP logs
    • Excellent free version lets you try before you buy
    • Good value for money on premium
    • Easy to use, fully featured, and fast
    • 10 simultaneous devices permitted
  • Cons

    • Does not support Wireguard
    • No live chat option
    • Premium subscription is required to unlock full feature list
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

Proton Demo

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ProtonVPN is run by the same folks behind the secure email service, ProtonMail. ProtonMail is exceedingly popular with privacy advocates and ProtonVPN is quickly coming to be regarded with the same level of respect and trust.


ProtonVPN goes the extra mile to reassure users of its security and transparency – and that's what I like best about the service. It has invited auditors to comb through its no-logs policy and publicly published the reports, and it's an open source provider that makes its home in Switzerland. I like this, because it keeps ProtonVPN beyond the reach of the 14 Eyes Alliance and ensures that it can operate free of invasive data retention laws.


When it comes to logs, Proton keeps no usage logs whatsoever, no IP logs, and the last login time is overwritten on each new connection. All of this makes Proton an excellent VPN for privacy, and truly one of the best no-logs providers on the market today.


Security you can trust


ProtonVPN has a modest network of over 1,300 servers in 55 countries – other providers have more servers in more places, of course, but you'll still be able to sail past geo-restrictions and explore a world of content with ProtonVPN. What's more, all of ProtonVPN's servers are bare metal and single-occupancy, and the provider has even increased its server capacity in response to a surge in usage sparked by the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.



ProtonVPN is one of the few VPNs out there to offer a fully secure, no-logs service for free



In terms of encryption, ProtonVPN opts for AES 256-bit protection, and implements OpenVPN on its Windows and Linux clients. Mac, Android, and iOS clients use IKEv2, instead. Both of these protocols are known to be robust and reliable – though OpenVPN tends to be thought of as the gold standard when it comes to security, and IKEv2 a favorite of folks looking for speed.


ProtonVPN users will benefit from a kill-switch, though it doesn't make use of the Windows system firewall, which could leave your original IP exposed in the event of an OpenVPN crash. It's not ideal, and whilst I'm bringing up some minor gripes, I'll add that ProtonVPN currently lacks any dedicated obfuscation servers.


Thoughtful features


The Secure Core feature is essentially a double-VPN that can protect against targeted surveillance. Similarly, ProtonVPN allows users to connect to Tor servers directly through the VPN, and all without having to first install the Tor Browser.


The ProtonVPN software is available for all platforms and can be used on up to 10 devices simultaneously (depending on your plan). As I mentioned earlier, the ProtonVPN servers all provide fast speeds for streaming and completing other data-intensive tasks. ProtonVPN supports P2P activity, too, so you'll be able to torrent securely.


A VPN for everyone


ProtonVPN is one of the few VPNs out there to offer a fully secure, no-logs service for free. This free plan is absolutely fantastic, though you can still trial the premium version without paying a penny by making good use of the ProtonVPN 7-day free trial.


The free plan does not impose any speed or bandwidth restrictions, though you might notice that speeds are a little slower, due to increased load. Additionally, free users only have access to seven VPN servers. Even so, ProtonVPN secured our top spot for Best Free VPN in 2021, and the free plan is so good that plenty of users stick to it instead of upgrading.


If you do choose to upgrade to a paid plan, however, you'll benefit from a 30-day money-back guarantee.

What does no-logs VPN mean?

In basic terms a no logs VPN is a virtual private network that does not keep records of its users' activity when they are connected to the network. For example, some services may keep data on - what your real IP address is, what websites you visit, and what time you visit it. A no-log VPN does not keep any data that can be used to identify its users.

There is some disagreement surrounding what constitutes a no-logs VPN. As far as ProPrivacy.com is concerned, a no-logs VPN is a VPN service that keeps no identifiable logs that can be used to tie a customer to their internet activity when using the VPN service. 

Some services may log user IP addresses and/or account details and delete it a few minutes after a session ends. We wouldn't consider this as a no logs service as this data can be used to identify users.

On the other hand, some services log timestamps and bandwidth but do not associate any of this data with users' IP addresses or account details. We would consider this a no logs service as the logs kept in this example are minimal and cannot be used to identify a user. 

We take a closer look at the different types of logs in the section below to help you have a broader understanding of what VPN logs are.

What are VPN logs?

Simply put, VPN logs are a record of customers' activity while using a VPN service. But not all logs are necessarily bad, or harmful, to users, and the reality is that it's all but impossible for a VPN to keep no logs at all. Even the strictest no-logs providers need a way of knowing when customer subscriptions have expired and when they require renewal, for example.

We take a closer look at the different types of logs that  VPN service might keep, below. We'll also discuss whether these logs are normal and necessary to keep the service functioning, or if they are, in fact, a risk to a users' privacy.

The types of VPN logs

The kinds of logs that a VPN service can keep about its users' internet usage (not including customer account information) can be divided into two types of VPN logs: usage logs and connection logs.

Usage logs

Usage logs make up a record of the websites you visit, basically. ISPs frequently keep these sorts of records and are often even required by law to do so (though these requirements will usually come with a set time limit for how long the logs should be kept).

No VPN services openly admit to keeping usage logs, despite the fact that the claim sometimes contradicts the laws of the country in which they're based. For example...

In the UK

ISPs (and VPN providers, which is a good reason to avoid UK-based VPN services) are required by law to log this information and store it for 12 months in a way that is accessible to a wide range of government departments.

In the US

ISPs have successfully lobbied Congress to sell or share customers' detailed web browsing history to advertisers and partner companies.

Connection logs

Connection logs are also known as metadata logs, although the UK government abuses this term by classing web browsing history as "metadata".

A full set of connection logs includes the following information:

  • The IP address the connection was made from.
  • When the connection was started.
  • When the connection was finished (which together are often referred to as a timestamp).
  • How much bandwidth you used while connected.

Crucially, these logs do not include websites you connect to (unless you are the UK government). Though they provide more than enough information to risk compromising your privacy.

The danger connection logs pose should not be underestimated. Every known case where somebody was caught performing criminal activities while using a VPN to conceal the fact, was because of VPN providers analyzing its connections logs and handing over the results to the police.

Note: Unscrupulous VPN services can claim to be "no-logs" providers because they do not collect usage logs. However, they actually log a lot of connection information, and we consider these claims entirely misleading.

Real-time logs

It's important to understand that all networks generate logs in real-time as a necessary byproduct of their operation – VPNs included. However, these logs still exist even if they're instantly deleted (e.g. are sent directly to a /dev/null file).

This means they can always be monitored as they are created (i.e. in real-time). Even the strictest no-logs VPN service will monitor logs in real-time when network issues need to be resolved or abuse identified. 

Most "no-logs" VPNs keep these real-time logs for a short time, which is understandable since having some information about their own systems help VPN companies provide the services they provide.

We consider this to be perfectly acceptable within reason. If real-time logs are only kept for a few minutes or deleted the moment a session ends, then it only poses a negligible risk to a users' privacy, and shouldn't really be cause for concern.

Server Logs

Almost all VPN companies rent servers from third-party server providers. So, even if the VPN provider keeps no logs, it is likely that the server centers in which the VPN servers are located do. Unlike VPN companies, server centers have no obligation to protect users' privacy.

This isn't ideal, regardless of how you view the situation. A good VPN company that truly cares about the privacy of its users can still do a great deal to mitigate the problem, though.

Server logs are an issue that certainly needs consideration, but it's the logs that are kept (or that can be kept) by a VPN provider that pose the greatest privacy threat to its users. Therefore, the jurisdiction in which a VPN company is based can have a huge impact on its ability to protect your privacy.

Learn more about internet privacy

For more information on improving your online privacy, take a look at the following guides:

Why should I use a no-logs VPN?

Your internet provider (ISP) keeps detailed records of how you interact with its service. When you use a VPN, your internet provider is blocked from seeing the content of your data (because it is encrypted), and what you get up to on the internet (as this is shielded by the VPN server, which acts as a proxy).

Your VPN provider, however, can now see this information instead. This includes the IP addresses of individual web pages and even the contents of your data on sites that are not protected by HTTPS. 

Unlike ISPs, which are often required to hand over their logs to the government, almost every VPN service promises to protect your privacy, at least to some extent. But only a no-logs VPN can really be trusted to keep such a promise when push comes to shove, simply because it cannot hand over information that it plainly doesn't have…

Will a VPN that keeps no-logs make me anonymous?

No. A VPN provides its users with privacy, not anonymity. This is a crucial distinction that needs to be made, and it's actually a common misconception that VPNs offer anonymity. That's not what they're actually providing. No matter its usual logging policy, a VPN can start logging at any time and begin matching users with their internet activity. Unfortunately, many VPN services are not always entirely honest about the logs they keep when it comes to historical data, too.

A good VPN will provide a high level of privacy and protection against a wealth of blanket internet surveillance with the least impact on your own personal experience. A VPN will also keep you out of trouble when torrenting, but you should not rely on them to protect you if you commit a serious crime.

Journalists, political dissidents, whistleblowers, and those whose life or liberty relies on true anonymity should use Tor instead.

Logging can always be turned on

A VPN provider may be forced to begin keeping real-time logs, instead of discarding them, no matter how fanatical it is about privacy. And if put under enough pressure, it will. Nobody working for a VPN provider will want to risk going to jail just to protect your criminal activities, after all!

So why all the fuss about using a no-logs VPN?

Generally speaking, a VPN's no-logs policy is more concerned with professionalism than an absolute guarantee that you'll never get into trouble.

If a VPN service has promised to improve its users' privacy, then it should be designed from the ground up to do just that. Keeping no logs that can compromise users' privacy is one of the most basic building blocks of any such design.

Logs are the antithesis of privacy. A VPN that keeps logs has no business claiming it can protect your privacy when using the service.

How to be sure your VPN doesn't keep logs

At the present time, we simply have to take providers at their word or pay attention to the increasing number of independent audits that set out to test this. Here at ProPrivacy.com, we hope such audits become common throughout the industry as they have the potential to establish a level of transparency that frankly does not exist today.

Always read the VPN's Terms of Service and Privacy Policies

Checking the ToS and Privacy Policies of any VPN you consider using is an important step. A lot of VPNs will be happy to make bold and generalized "no-logs" claims on their home page, but will be quick to qualify these claims in the small print.

Take a look at our full VPN reviews, in which our experts review each VPN providers' ToS and Privacy Policies so you don't have to!

Warrant Canaries

Warrants and court orders requiring companies to hand over customer details are usually accompanied by gag orders, which prevent the company from alerting its customers that something is amiss.

In order to reassure customers that something like this has not happened to them, some VPNs operate warrant canaries. For a detailed discussion on what these are and whether they are effective, please see Are Warrant Canaries Useful?

Are there free no-logs VPNs?

You'll find a lot of zero-logs VPNs offering a free option. Be wary, though. These services often come with limitations that their premium counterparts lack. Expect sluggish speeds and a reduced selection of servers. Unfortunately, this means unblocking videos abroad, torrenting and online gaming is off the table.

However, if you are just after a VPN to keep you secure while browsing the web, then a free VPN might be the answer.

The best free no-logs VPNs

Below we have listed some free VPN services that we know don't keep any logs. But, if you decide to pick another free service, we recommend you exercise extreme caution. Many free services claim to be secure, but they are often anything but.

ProtonVPN

protonvpn on all devices

ProtonVPN is a no-logs VPN from the makers of ProtonMail, so the company has pedigree when it comes to privacy. The company is based in Switzerland and it operates a fast service with servers located all around the globe. Although, on the free plan you may find speeds become restricted at peak times.

To learn more, check out our ProtonVPN review.

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Hide.me

hide.me vpn client

Hide.me is a Malaysian-based zero-logs VPN provider that offers feature-rich apps for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. So, it's the perfect pick if you want to protect several devices at once. On the free plan, you get a 10GB allowance each month and the choice of 5 free servers.

To learn more, check out our Hide.me review.

Try Hide.me free plan >>

Windscribe

windscribe vpn

Windscribe is a Canadian provider with easy-to-use apps for all major platforms, including a browser extension for Chrome, making everyday browsing a real breeze. On the free plan, you get a 10GB monthly data allowance and 11 free servers.

To learn more, check out our Windscribe review.

Try Windscribe free plan >>

No log VPN overview

There are no guarantees, but you can generally assume that a no-logs VPN cares a great deal more about your privacy than a provider that does keep logs. No-logs VPNs will go the extra mile to protect your privacy – which is more than can be said for your ISP – and most will go even further in this regard than necessary.

A key part of which, when it comes to VPNs, is keeping no logs that can compromise its users' privacy. If you need a very high level of anonymity, then use Tor, but the rest of us are spoiled for a choice when it comes to great no-logs VPN services...

Conclusion

Now that you are armed with all the information you need about VPN logs, and which providers promise not to keep any, let's review our top picks:

  1. ExpressVPN - This top-tier provider takes security seriously, combining zero-logs, strong encryption, & privacy features.
  2. NordVPN - A great no logs VPN that offers a lot of great security features at a competitive price.
  3. Private Internet Access - One of the most secure no-logs VPNs on our list. PIA has proven its zero-logs claim in court, repeatedly!
  4. Surfshark - It combines value with a no-logs policy. It is also great at unblocking streaming sites and offers a low price point.
  5. VyprVPN - Offers a no-logs VPN service that has been fully audited by third-party to give users peace of mind.

FAQs

Do UK ISPs keep logs?

All UK ISPs are required to keep detailed logs for at least 12 months (and no more than 24 months) as per the Investigatory Powers Act that was passed in 2016. These logs include what we would term 'usage logs' i.e. a record of all the websites you visit. 

All the major UK ISPs are known to comply with the logging requirements specified in the IPA, but the government has yet to launch any real concerted action aimed at enforcing the law. So, smaller ISPs and VPN services could feasibly continue to ignore the IPA's logging requirements.

Is an offshore no-logs VPN more private?

It certainly can be! Using an offshore VPN service makes it harder for your government or police force to serve a warrant or subpoena requiring the provider hand over the logs it has, or even to begin logging if it doesn't already. However, you shouldn't rely on this to protect you in this hyper-connected world. It's more important to use an offshore VPN if you live somewhere with mandatory data retention laws, seeing as it'll allow you to pick a VPN based in a country where there is no requirement to keep logs.

Has anyone been arrested for using a no-logs VPN?

There have been previous incidents of VPNs that claim to keep no logs handing over logs of their users internet activity to the police. Of course, this makes it hard to trust any service at face value, but this article will walk you through what providers mean when they boast that they don't keep logs, and how to spot inconsistencies in these claims.

Written by: Ray Walsh

Digital privacy expert with 5 years experience testing and reviewing VPNs. He's been quoted in The Express, The Times, The Washington Post, The Register, CNET & many more. 

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Virtual private network

"VPN" redirects here. For other uses, see VPN (disambiguation).

For commercial services, see VPN service.

Allows a private network to go through a public network

A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network.[1] The benefits of a VPN include increases in functionality, security, and management of the private network. It provides access to resources inaccessible on the public network and is typically used for telecommuting workers. Encryption is common, although not an inherent part of a VPN connection.[2]

A VPN is created by establishing a virtual point-to-point connection through the use of dedicated circuits or with tunneling protocols over existing networks. A VPN available from the public Internet can provide some of the benefits of a wide area network (WAN). From a user perspective, the resources available within the private network can be accessed remotely.[3]

Types[edit]

VPN classification tree based on the topology first, then on the technology used.
VPN connectivity overview, showing intranet site-to-site and remote-work configurations used together

Virtual private networks may be classified by several categories:

Remote access
A host-to-network configuration is analogous to connecting a computer to a local area network. This type provides access to an enterprise network, such as an intranet. This may be employed for telecommuting workers who need access to private resources, or to enable a mobile worker to access important tools without exposing them to the public Internet.
Site-to-site
A site-to-site configuration connects two networks. This configuration expands a network across geographically disparate offices, or a group of offices to a data center installation. The interconnecting link may run over a dissimilar intermediate network, such as two IPv6 networks connected over an IPv4 network.[4]
Extranet-based site-to-site
In the context of site-to-site configurations, the terms intranet and extranet are used to describe two different use cases.[5] An intranet site-to-site VPN describes a configuration where the sites connected by the VPN belong to the same organization, whereas an extranet site-to-site VPN joins sites belonging to multiple organizations.

Typically, individuals interact with remote access VPNs, whereas businesses tend to make use of site-to-site connections for business-to-business, cloud computing, and branch office scenarios. Despite this, these technologies are not mutually exclusive and, in a significantly complex business network, may be combined to enable remote access to resources located at any given site, such as an ordering system that resides in a datacenter.

VPN systems also may be classified by:

  • the tunneling protocol used to tunnel the traffic
  • the tunnel's termination point location, e.g., on the customer edge or network-provider edge
  • the type of topology of connections, such as site-to-site or network-to-network
  • the levels of security provided
  • the OSI layer they present to the connecting network, such as Layer 2 circuits or Layer 3 network connectivity
  • the number of simultaneous connections

Security mechanisms[edit]

VPNs cannot make online connections completely anonymous, but they can usually increase privacy and security. To prevent disclosure of private information, VPNs typically allow only authenticated remote access using tunneling protocols and encryption techniques.

The VPN security model provides:

The life cycle phases of an IPSec Tunnel in a virtual private network.

Secure VPN protocols include the following:

  • Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) was initially developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for IPv6, which was required in all standards-compliant implementations of IPv6 before RFC 6434 made it only a recommendation.[6] This standards-based security protocol is also widely used with IPv4 and the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol. Its design meets most security goals: availability, integrity, and confidentiality. IPsec uses encryption, encapsulating an IP packet inside an IPsec packet. De-encapsulation happens at the end of the tunnel, where the original IP packet is decrypted and forwarded to its intended destination.
  • Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) can tunnel an entire network's traffic (as it does in the OpenVPN project and SoftEther VPN project[7]) or secure an individual connection. A number of vendors provide remote-access VPN capabilities through SSL. An SSL VPN can connect from locations where IPsec runs into trouble with Network Address Translation and firewall rules.
  • Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) – used in Cisco AnyConnect VPN and in OpenConnect VPN[8] to solve the issues SSL/TLS has with tunneling over TCP (tunneling TCP over TCP can lead to big delays and connection aborts[9]).
  • Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) works with the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol and in several compatible implementations on other platforms.
  • Microsoft Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) tunnels Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) or Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol traffic through an SSL/TLS channel (SSTP was introduced in Windows Server 2008 and in Windows Vista Service Pack 1).
  • Multi Path Virtual Private Network (MPVPN). Ragula Systems Development Company owns the registered trademark "MPVPN".[10]
  • Secure Shell (SSH) VPN – OpenSSH offers VPN tunneling (distinct from port forwarding) to secure remote connections to a network or to inter-network links. OpenSSH server provides a limited number of concurrent tunnels. The VPN feature itself does not support personal authentication.[11][12][13]
  • WireGuard is a protocol. In 2020, WireGuard support was added to both the Linux[14] and Android[15] kernels, opening it up to adoption by VPN providers. By default, WireGuard utilizes Curve25519 for key exchange and ChaCha20 for encryption, but also includes the ability to pre-share a symmetric key between the client and server.[16][17]
  • IKEv2 is an acronym that stands for Internet Key Exchange volume 2. It was created by Microsoft and Cisco and is used in conjunction with IPSec for encryption and authentication. Its primary use is in mobile devices, whether on 3G or 4G LTE networks, since it is effective at rejoining when a connection is lost.

Authentication[edit]

Tunnel endpoints must be authenticated before secure VPN tunnels can be established. User-created remote-access VPNs may use passwords, biometrics, two-factor authentication or other cryptographic methods. Network-to-network tunnels often use passwords or digital certificates. They permanently store the key to allow the tunnel to establish automatically, without intervention from the administrator.

Routing[edit]

Tunneling protocols can operate in a point-to-pointnetwork topology that would theoretically not be considered a VPN because a VPN by definition is expected to support arbitrary and changing sets of network nodes. But since most router implementations support a software-defined tunnel interface, customer-provisioned VPNs often are simply defined tunnels running conventional routing protocols.

Provider-provisioned VPN building-blocks[edit]

Site-to-Site VPN terminology.

Depending on whether a provider-provisioned VPN (PPVPN) operates in layer 2 or layer 3, the building blocks described below may be L2 only, L3 only, or a combination of both. Multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) functionality blurs the L2-L3 identity.[18][original research?]

RFC 4026 generalized the following terms to cover L2 MPLS VPNs and L3 (BGP) VPNs, but they were introduced in RFC 2547.[19][20]

Customer (C) devices

A device that is within a customer's network and not directly connected to the service provider's network. C devices are not aware of the VPN.

Customer Edge device (CE)

A device at the edge of the customer's network which provides access to the PPVPN. Sometimes it is just a demarcation point between provider and customer responsibility. Other providers allow customers to configure it.

Provider edge device (PE)

A device, or set of devices, at the edge of the provider network which connects to customer networks through CE devices and presents the provider's view of the customer site. PEs are aware of the VPNs that connect through them, and maintain VPN state.

Provider device (P)

A device that operates inside the provider's core network and does not directly interface to any customer endpoint. It might, for example, provide routing for many provider-operated tunnels that belong to different customers' PPVPNs. While the P device is a key part of implementing PPVPNs, it is not itself VPN-aware and does not maintain VPN state. Its principal role is allowing the service provider to scale its PPVPN offerings, for example, by acting as an aggregation point for multiple PEs. P-to-P connections, in such a role, often are high-capacity optical links between major locations of providers.

User-visible PPVPN services[edit]

OSI Layer 2 services[edit]

Virtual LAN

Virtual LAN (VLAN) is a Layer 2 technique that allows for the coexistence of multiple local area network (LAN) broadcast domains interconnected via trunks using the IEEE 802.1Q trunking protocol. Other trunking protocols have been used but have become obsolete, including Inter-Switch Link (ISL), IEEE 802.10 (originally a security protocol but a subset was introduced for trunking), and ATM LAN Emulation (LANE).

Virtual private LAN service (VPLS)

Developed by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Virtual LANs (VLANs) allow multiple tagged LANs to share common trunking. VLANs frequently comprise only customer-owned facilities. Whereas VPLS as described in the above section (OSI Layer 1 services) supports emulation of both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint topologies, the method discussed here extends Layer 2 technologies such as 802.1d and 802.1q LAN trunking to run over transports such as Metro Ethernet.

As used in this context, a VPLS is a Layer 2 PPVPN, emulating the full functionality of a traditional LAN. From a user standpoint, a VPLS makes it possible to interconnect several LAN segments over a packet-switched, or optical, provider core, a core transparent to the user, making the remote LAN segments behave as one single LAN.[21]

In a VPLS, the provider network emulates a learning bridge, which optionally may include VLAN service.

Pseudo wire (PW)

PW is similar to VPLS, but it can provide different L2 protocols at both ends. Typically, its interface is a WAN protocol such as Asynchronous Transfer Mode or Frame Relay. In contrast, when aiming to provide the appearance of a LAN contiguous between two or more locations, the Virtual Private LAN service or IPLS would be appropriate.

Ethernet over IP tunneling

EtherIP (RFC 3378)[22] is an Ethernet over IP tunneling protocol specification. EtherIP has only packet encapsulation mechanism. It has no confidentiality nor message integrity protection. EtherIP was introduced in the FreeBSD network stack[23] and the SoftEther VPN[24] server program.

IP-only LAN-like service (IPLS)

A subset of VPLS, the CE devices must have Layer 3 capabilities; the IPLS presents packets rather than frames. It may support IPv4 or IPv6.

OSI Layer 3 PPVPN architectures[edit]

This section discusses the main architectures for PPVPNs, one where the PE disambiguates duplicate addresses in a single routing instance, and the other, virtual router, in which the PE contains a virtual router instance per VPN. The former approach, and its variants, have gained the most attention.

One of the challenges of PPVPNs involves different customers using the same address space, especially the IPv4 private address space.[25] The provider must be able to disambiguate overlapping addresses in the multiple customers' PPVPNs.

BGP/MPLS PPVPN

In the method defined by RFC 2547, BGP extensions advertise routes in the IPv4 VPN address family, which are of the form of 12-byte strings, beginning with an 8-byte route distinguisher (RD) and ending with a 4-byte IPv4 address. RDs disambiguate otherwise duplicate addresses in the same PE.

PEs understand the topology of each VPN, which are interconnected with MPLS tunnels either directly or via P routers. In MPLS terminology, the P routers are Label Switch Routers without awareness of VPNs.

Virtual router PPVPN

The virtual router architecture,[26][27] as opposed to BGP/MPLS techniques, requires no modification to existing routing protocols such as BGP. By the provisioning of logically independent routing domains, the customer operating a VPN is completely responsible for the address space. In the various MPLS tunnels, the different PPVPNs are disambiguated by their label but do not need routing distinguishers.

Unencrypted tunnels[edit]

Some virtual networks use tunneling protocols without encryption for protecting the privacy of data. While VPNs often do provide security, an unencrypted overlay network does not neatly fit within the secure or trusted categorization.[28] For example, a tunnel set up between two hosts with Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) is a virtual private network but is neither secure nor trusted.[29][30]

Native plaintext tunneling protocols include Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) when it is set up without IPsec and Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) or Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE).[31]

Trusted delivery networks[edit]

Trusted VPNs do not use cryptographic tunneling; instead they rely on the security of a single provider's network to protect the traffic.[32]

From the security standpoint, VPNs either trust the underlying delivery network or must enforce security with mechanisms in the VPN itself. Unless the trusted delivery network runs among physically secure sites only, both trusted and secure models need an authentication mechanism for users to gain access to the VPN.

VPNs in mobile environments[edit]

Mobile virtual private networks are used in settings where an endpoint of the VPN is not fixed to a single IP address, but instead roams across various networks such as data networks from cellular carriers or between multiple Wi-Fi access points without dropping the secure VPN session or losing application sessions.[36] Mobile VPNs are widely used in public safety where they give law-enforcement officers access to applications such as computer-assisted dispatch and criminal databases,[37] and in other organizations with similar requirements such as field service management and healthcare.[38][need quotation to verify].

Networking limitations[edit]

A limitation of traditional VPNs is that they are point-to-point connections and do not tend to support broadcast domains; therefore, communication, software, and networking, which are based on layer 2 and broadcast packets, such as NetBIOS used in Windows networking, may not be fully supported as on a local area network. Variants on VPN such as Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) and layer 2 tunneling protocols are designed to overcome this limitation.[39]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"What Is a VPN? - Virtual Private Network". Cisco. Retrieved 5 September 2021.
  2. ^Mason, Andrew G. (2002). Cisco Secure Virtual Private Network. Cisco Press. p. 7. ISBN .
  3. ^"Virtual Private Networking: An Overview". TechNet. Microsoft Docs. 4 September 2001. Retrieved 7 November 2021.
  4. ^Davies, Joseph (July 2007). "IPv6 Traffic over VPN Connections". The Cable Guy. TechNet Magazine. Retrieved 7 November 2021 – via Microsoft Docs.
  5. ^RFC 3809 - Generic Requirements for Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Networks. sec. 1.1. doi:10.17487/RFC3809. RFC3809.
  6. ^RFC 6434, "IPv6 Node Requirements", E. Jankiewicz, J. Loughney, T. Narten (December 2011)
  7. ^"1. Ultimate Powerful VPN Connectivity". www.softether.org. SoftEther VPN Project.
  8. ^"OpenConnect". Retrieved 8 April 2013.
  9. ^"Why TCP Over TCP Is A Bad Idea". sites.inka.de. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  10. ^"Trademark Status & Document Retrieval". tarr.uspto.gov.
  11. ^"ssh(1) – OpenBSD manual pages". man.openbsd.org.
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  13. ^"SSH_VPN – Community Help Wiki". help.ubuntu.com.
  14. ^Salter, Jim (30 March 2020). "WireGuard VPN makes it to 1.0.0—and into the next Linux kernel". Ars Technica. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  15. ^"Diff - 99761f1eac33d14a4b1613ae4b7076f41cb2df94^! - kernel/common - Git at Google". android.googlesource.com. Retrieved 30 June 2020.
  16. ^Younglove, R. (December 2000). "Virtual private networks - how they work". Computing & Control Engineering Journal. 11 (6): 260–262. doi:10.1049/cce:20000602. ISSN 0956-3385.
  17. ^Benjamin Dowling, and Kenneth G. Paterson (12 June 2018). "A cryptographic analysis of the WireGuard protocol". International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security. ISBN .
  18. ^"Configuring PFC3BXL and PFC3B Mode Multiprotocol Label Switching"(PDF).
  19. ^E. Rosen & Y. Rekhter (March 1999). "BGP/MPLS VPNs". Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). RFC 2547.
  20. ^Lewis, Mark (2006). Comparing, designing, and deploying VPNs (1st print. ed.). Indianapolis, Ind.: Cisco Press. pp. 5–6. ISBN .
  21. ^Ethernet Bridging (OpenVPN)
  22. ^Hollenbeck, Scott; Housley, Russell. "EtherIP: Tunneling Ethernet Frames in IP Datagrams".
  23. ^Glyn M Burton: RFC 3378 EtherIP with FreeBSD, 03 February 2011
  24. ^net-security.org news: Multi-protocol SoftEther VPN becomes open source, January 2014
  25. ^Address Allocation for Private Internets, RFC 1918, Y. Rekhter et al., February 1996
  26. ^RFC 2917, A Core MPLS IP VPN Architecture
  27. ^RFC 2918, E. Chen (September 2000)
  28. ^Yang, Yanyan (2006). "IPsec/VPN security policy correctness and assurance". Journal of High Speed Networks. 15: 275–289. CiteSeerX 10.1.1.94.8561.
  29. ^"Overview of Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Networks (PPVPN)". Secure Thoughts. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
  30. ^RFC 1702: Generic Routing Encapsulation over IPv4 networks. October 1994.
  31. ^IETF (1999), RFC 2661, Layer Two Tunneling Protocol "L2TP"
  32. ^Cisco Systems, Inc. (2004). Internetworking Technologies Handbook. Networking Technology Series (4 ed.). Cisco Press. p. 233. ISBN . Retrieved 15 February 2013.
  33. ^Layer Two Tunneling Protocol "L2TP", RFC 2661, W. Townsley et al., August 1999
  34. ^IP Based Virtual Private Networks, RFC 2341, A. Valencia et al., May 1998
  35. ^Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), RFC 2637, K. Hamzeh et al., July 1999
  36. ^Phifer, Lisa. "Mobile VPN: Closing the Gap", SearchMobileComputing.com, July 16, 2006.
  37. ^Willett, Andy. "Solving the Computing Challenges of Mobile Officers", www.officer.com, May, 2006.
  38. ^Cheng, Roger. "Lost Connections", The Wall Street Journal, December 11, 2007.
  39. ^Sowells, Julia (7 August 2017). "Virtual Private Network (VPN) : What VPN Is And How It Works". Hackercombat. Retrieved 7 November 2021.

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ExpressVPN Demo

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ExpressVPN is often used at a benchmark when it comes to comparing providers – and for good reason. Not only is the service jam-packed with features and stunning to look at, but it consistently proves its commitment to privacy. Basically, it's everything you want your VPN to be... and then some!


The service sticks strictly to its no-logs policy, and even refrains from collecting timestamps and IP addresses, which is pretty impressive!


ExpressVPN has reassured users even further, however, by inviting independent auditors, PWC, to comb through its no-logs policy and check for discrepancies. None were found, however – ExpressVPN fully adheres to, and lives up to, its claims. This is great news, and means that ExpressVPN is trustworthy enough to use if you're trying to bypass rigid government censorship or network-imposed restrictions.


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One of the reasons I find myself coming back to ExpressVPN is that it grants total peace of mind. Your digital privacy is vastly improved when you use the service, whether you're at home, using public Wi-Fi, or jetting off on holiday.


The list of ExpressVPN features is long and varied, but if you're a privacy-first person, you'll want to make note of the provider's DNS leak protection, stealth servers, and automatically enabled kill-switch.



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Thanks to these features, and P2P support, ExpressVPN is also one of our top picks when it comes to torrenting, as you'll be able to file-share without worrying about your ISP finding out and subsequently sending you a very nasty letter.


ExpressVPN also recently launched its very own encryption protocol called Lightway. Lightway is pretty exciting, as it claims to be quicker, more secure and less resource-intensive than its alternatives, which can only mean good things for ExpressVPN users who want a well-rounded service.


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ExpressVPN has servers in a whopping 94 countries around the world – and they all provide lightning-fast connection speeds, ideal for streaming, and a huge draw for anyone looking to bypass pesky geo-restrictions. There's also a free Smart DNS service included with all subscriptions that'll ensure your Netflix binge-watching runs smoothly!


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All of the features I've mentioned are incredibly easy to use – you certainly don't need to be familiar with VPNs to customize your experience or benefit from ExpressVPN's privacy measures. Sleek and stylish apps are available for Windows, macOS, and Linux, as well as Android and iOS.


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Unfortunately, not everyone has unfettered access to the web, and people in places like China and Egypt may struggle to bypass authoritarian restrictions as a result. That's where NordVPN's XOR stealth servers come in. The XOR servers can hop over blocks and banish censorship, and even hide VPN ciphers themselves, effectively beating any VPN restrictions.


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NordVPN is a streamer's dream with servers in 60 countries. That's obviously ideal for unblocking all sorts of geo-restricted content, and with NordVPN, you'll be able to unblock Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, HBO, and many, many more.


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  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

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Because PIA is based in the US, it's not going to be the perfect VPN for the more NSA-phobic out there. The US government could potentially serve PIA with a warrant demanding that it hand over its data – fortunately, the service abides by a no-logs policy. This means that there's no data to hand over to the government in the first place.


I'd like to see PIA take a leaf from its competitors' books and invest in an independent third-party audit. This would be a great step towards dispelling some of the concerns that potential users may have, considering the VPN's home turf, as well as another stellar selling point for a service that's already well-regarded.


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PIA doesn't skimp when it comes to features, that's for sure! All of the provider's tools are exceptionally easy to use, too. You'll be able to access the web via obfuscated servers in a few clicks, or just as easily banish malware, trackers, and invasive ads thanks to the PIA Mace feature.


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It's hard to overstate how cheap PIA is when purchased yearly



When testing the VPN, I found the apps easy to use and customize, though it was great to see that PIA uses OpenVPN by default! So, even if you're not planning to take a deep dive into its advanced settings, the VPN is as secure as can be and ready to use from the moment you login. The advanced customization options really don't take that long to learn, however. Plus, they give you plenty of advantages – if you want to torrent, for example.


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PIA has, frankly, a staggering number of servers spread out across 78 countries. They're quick, don't impose any bandwidth limits, and make bypassing geo-restrictions a breeze. And when it comes to having your pick of shows, movies, and series from around the world, PIA has you covered.


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It's hard to overstate just how cheap PIA is when purchased yearly. PIA feels like a premium provider with a budget price tag – that's a rarity, considering how many VPNs feel like the exact opposite. I noticed that PIA also further reduced its prices recently, making it that much more accessible to folks on a budget, and the service also sells static IPs.


Speaking of money, I've always been a fan of how many ways there are to pay for your PIA subscription. You can use a credit card or your PayPal account, sure, but you also have the option to use cryptocurrency or gift cards (including Walmart and Best Buy) if you'd rather stay as anonymous as possible.


And, as per the industry standard, PIA subscriptions come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, giving you plenty of time to play with the provider before taking the plunge with a long term plan.

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  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

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  • Website tracking?

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Surfshark is a provider that has only been around for a few years. However, in that short amount of time, it has quickly risen to be a consumer favorite in the VPN world.


The VPN provides a watertight no-logs privacy policy, and clearly states in its logging policy that it is not interested in collecting your IP address, connection timestamps, browsing history, or session information. This is what we like to see from VPN providers, and Surfshark even allows users to opt-out of sending anonymous diagnostic and crash data (and other non-personally identifiable information) if they'd rather not.


Surfshark is based in the British Virgin Islands, and whilst the country is not part of the notorious 14-Eyes alliance, it does remain under the jurisdiction of the UK. This isn't ideal, obviously, but it is worth noting that the British Virgin Islands doesn't have any data retention laws.


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Surfshark boasts top-notch speeds as well as dedicated P2P and stealth servers



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Besides implementing the super-secure OpenVPN protocol, Surfshark also offers DNS leak protection and a kill switch. You'll need to enable the kill switch for yourself, but once you have, you'll find that it's totally reliable. We've put it through some rigorous tests of our own and found that it worked perfectly on both desktop and mobile devices.


But the list of Surfshark features doesn't end there! Users will also benefit from split tunneling (that allows you to determine which of your apps are routed through the VPN and which aren't), a CleanWeb feature that'll banish ads and malware, multi-hop, two-factor authentication, and a Smart DNS service that's ideal for spoofing your location if you're using a console or Smart TV.


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One of Surfshark's key selling points is, frankly, that it allows unlimited simultaneous connections with one subscription. So, if you looking to share you connection with friends or family, or if you just have a ton of devices you'd like to protect, then Surfshark could be the service for you. The Surfshark apps are also incredibly easy to install and use, and are compatible with Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Smart TVs.


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    • Audited no-logs policy
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  • Cons

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    • Fewer servers than other providers
    • Not accepting crypto payments at this time
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

VYPR Demo

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Previously, VyprVPN was based in the US, and well known for owning its own server network infrastructure, as well as its Chameleon stealth technology – a reportedly effective method of unblocking the internet in China.


At the same time, VyprVPN went fully "no-logs". This would be good but fairly unremarkable in itself, as there are plenty of no-logs VPN services out there these days. What makes VyprVPN stand out is that it is one of the only VPN companies we know of to have its no-logs claims (not just its software) independently audited by a third party.


You can check out Levitation's detailed VyprVPN No Log Assessment report for yourself, and VyprVPN says that it will commission more of these to demonstrate its ongoing commitment to keeping no logs.


Security focused


VyprVPN doesn't pull any punches when it comes to keeping users secure. The VPN offers DNS leak protection, a kill-switch, NAT firewall, and a number of protocols in addition to AES 256-bit encryption. Whilst you could feasibly go with L2TP/IPsec, PPTP, I'd recommend sticking to the OpenVPN protocol for most of your day-to-day browsing. VyprVPN has recently implemented WireGuard, too, which combines performance with security – so, expect to see way more of WireGuard in the near future.


Whilst VyprVPN doesn't have the most expansive network of servers, with more than 700 across 70 locations, it's still a broad selection. What's more impressive is the fact that the VPN owns the entirety of this network. This means there's no risk of third-parties keeping server logs or interfering, and is a massive bonus in our book.


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If flying under the radar is your main concern, you'll want to check out VyprVPN's proprietary Chameleon tech. Essentially, Chameleon is VyprVPN's version of obfuscation or cloaking, and can make your OpenVPN traffic look like HTTPS, so nobody can tell that you're using a VPN. Obviously, that's massively handy if you live somewhere where VPNs are banned. Additionally, the service claims that Chameleon can even prevent Deep Packet Inspection (DPI).



VyprVPN owns the entirety of its server network, scattered across 70 locations



By using Chameleon, you'll be able to access the web with freedom and security, and bypass any pesky restrictions imposed by your workplace or government. The fact that Chameleon also cloaks your VPN traffic means that ISPs won't be able to throttle your bandwidth if you decide to stream a movie or hop into an online game, as they won't be able to see what you're up to whilst connected to a VPN server. It's win/win!


To make the most of VyprVPN's privacy features, I'd advise using a few of them in combination – and you'll definitely want to make sure that you've enabled the provider's kill switch. I particularly enjoy the VyprVPN kill switch because it can be customized to run at the application or system level, and can even block LAN traffic upon request.


Packed with features


Not only does VyprVPN offer 30 simultaneous connections to its premium users, but it'll also let you P2P torrent and check out pretty much any streaming service! VyprVPN reliably unblocks Netflix, as well as BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, geo-restricted YouTube videos, and much, much more. Plus, you can enjoy your streams in smooth HD thanks to a distinct lack of bandwidth restrictions.


Try VyprVPN for yourself with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and enjoy the fresh, updated VyprVPN 3.0 client!

PrivateVPN is the best value-for-money VPN. This VPN isn't just secure, but also a great at unblocking content, navigating some of the toughest streaming site blocks in the world with ease.

  • Pricing

    • 12 months + 12 months FREE:$2.49/mth

      79% OFF

    • 3 months:$6/mth

      50% OFF

    • 1 month:$12/mth
  • Pros

    • Obfuscated (stealth) servers
    • Cheap and easy to use
    • Excellent streaming capabilities
  • Cons

    • Fewer servers to choose from
    • Smaller global network means fewer countries to access
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

PrivateVPN Demo

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PrivateVPN is an outstanding provider from Sweden that lives up to its name. The VPN has a watertight no-logs policy, and implements strong OpenVPN encryption for proven security.


Excellent compatibility


PrivateVPN has apps for all platforms, including macOS, iOS, Android, and Windows. All apps come with a kill-switch, DNS leak protection, and obfuscation (dedicated stealth servers) so you can enjoy total privacy online.



An excellent no-logs VPN that represents exceptional value-for-money



PrivateVPN is one of the few services that can consistently unblock a plethora of Netflix catalogs. Until recently, they had a dedicated streaming service on their app, but had to remove it to prevent streaming services blocking its IP addresses. You can still get dedicated streaming servers from PrivateVPN, but if you're looking to crack a particular country and service, it might help to drop their friendly customer support a message.


Perfect for beginners


The one-click connect function means it's easy to use and perfect if you're looking for your first VPN. If you want to take advantage of different encryption options, obfuscated (stealth) servers, or other features, simply open up the advanced view for a more detailed interface with plenty of control.


P2P Torrenting supported


If you wanted to use the VPN for torrenting, you'll be glad to know that it offers plenty of support, and even lets you choose between OpenVPN TCP encryption so you can guarantee the integrity of your downloads. Add to that the benefit of port-forwarding, and you can torrent safely, securely, and without fear of prying eyes.

CyberGhost is a no-logs VPN that is a joy to use. If you want a secure VPN service combined with a sleek, easy to use app, look no further.

  • Pricing

    • Black Friday Special - 24 months + 3 months FREE:$2.17/mth

      81% OFF

    • 24 months + 2 months FREE:$2.25/mth

      82% OFF

    • 6 months:$6.39/mth

      50% OFF

    • 1 month:$12.99/mth
  • Pros

    • High speed for ultra-fast streaming
    • More than 800 servers & global coverage
    • No Logs (worth mentioning) Policy, guaranteed security and encryption
    • 7 simultaneous connections
    • Based in Romania, away from 14 Eyes alliance
  • Cons

    • No independent audit since 2012
    • Speeds could be more stable
    • No obfuscation
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

CyberGhost Demo

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Owned by KAPE Technologies, CyberGhost makes its home in Romania – a great place for a VPN to live. Romania is not a part of any Eyes alliances, has no known ties to the NSA, and rejected a new draft on data retention law in 2011. Add this to CyberGhost's staunch no-logs policy and frequent transparency report, and you get a service that you can trust to keep your browsing sessions secure.


Again, we'd like to see CyberGhost's policy be picked over by an independent third-party auditor at some point. Right now, we know that some minimal statistics are kept, like they are with ExpressVPN, but again, no timestamps or IPs are ever recorded, presenting no threat to a user's privacy.


Furthermore, if you're really looking to maximize your digital privacy, you'll have the option to pay for your CyberGhost subscription with Bitcoin. Bear in mind, however, that CyberGhost will still be privy to your real IP address if you do.


Secure browsing


I'm glad to see that CyberGhost's kill-switch is enabled by default, seeing as that's one less option that users will have to toggle themselves. This kill-switch will prevent your device from accessing the web if your VPN connection drops, and thereby stop your real IP address and activity from leaking to your ISP. This feature is especially handy for anyone looking to do a bit of torrenting. CyberGhost supports P2P downloads, and actually has a number of optimized servers dedicated to the task!


CyberGhost's NoSpy servers are perfect for bypassing censorship to access the web, discreetly. We can't verify that they're 100% anonymous, but they certainly come in handy if you're looking to further boost your privacy and benefit from their extended bandwidth.



CyberGhost makes its home in Romania, a great place for VPNs



What's more, CyberGhost employs military-grade encryption to keep its users' data and VPN sessions secure. The unflinching combination of AES 256-bit encryption and the OpenVPN protocol means any sensitive information disclosed online will remain completely private. CyberGhost has also recently added WireGuard to its roster of protocols – an exciting update, as Wireguard is largely considered to be next-big-thing, thanks to its blazing speeds and sturdy cryptographic principles.


Access a variety of content


A lot of people are going to use their no-logs VPN to unblock geo-restricted content, and we can't blame you! CyberGhost is an ideal pick for this. The VPN has servers in 88 countries and access to all of the most popular streaming services.


With CyberGhost, you'll be able to browse Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Disney+, and many more. The VPN can also access a number of speciality sports services from around the world, making it ideal for fans who want to keep up with their respective teams throughout the year.


Intuitive software


CyberGhost VPN combines fully-featured software with incredible ease-of-use, and you'll be able to enjoy up to 7 simultaneous connections with just one subscription.


In addition to stylish, simple apps, CyberGhost has a wealth of guides, articles and FAQs to walk you through setup. It's great to see providers like CyberGhost catering to customers without expansive technical knowhow, and a customer service team is on hand 24/7 to field additional questions – in English, French, and Romanian!


A 45-day money-back guarantee is available to those folks who subscribe for 6 or 18 months, too. This offer is pretty generous in comparison to other VPNs, and gives you plenty of time to trial all of CyberGhost's features for yourself.

Hide.me keeps zero-logs and is based in Malaysia with an advanced feature set, so you know you'll be in safe hands with this choice.

  • Free option

    Yes

    Pricing

    • Free:$0/mth
    • 24 months + 2 months FREE:$4.99/mth

      61% OFF

    • 12 months:$8.33/mth

      35% OFF

    • 1 month:$12.99/mth
  • Pros

    • Audited and impressive no-logs policy
    • Good selection of features across platforms
    • 10 simultenaous connections
    • Can annonymously purchase a subscription
    • Supports torrenting
  • Cons

    • Lacks specialized servers
    • Premium plan is pretty expensive
    • Struggles to unblock streaming services
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

Hide.me Demo

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Hide.me is a VPN provider from Malaysia that is perfect for anybody who cares about privacy and security, seeing as the government does not enforce any mandatory data retention laws. What's more, the VPN has a lot of advanced features that ensure your data is always protected.


Hide.me won its place in this list thanks to a robust no-logs policy, and we particularly approve of the fact that the provider has commissioned independent security analysts to audit its logging policy. Being based in Malaysia means that Hide.me isn't required by law to store user logs, and there's no need to even hand over your email address when you sign up for a free plan.


Besides the fact that it doesn't keep any logs, Hide.me also erases its bandwidth connection logs every few hours, and these logs are kept totally separate to any IP addresses or timestamps.


A privacy champion


When you download and install a Hide.me app (available for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices), you'll be able to take your pick of protocols, including OpenVPN, IKEv2 and SoftEther. And, as you'd expect from a premium VPN, Hide.me also employs robust AES 256-bit encryption to keep your sessions secure.



Apps for all platforms, with a kill-switch, DNS leak protection, and stealth servers for added security



I like that Hide.me allows you to really build up your personal privacy by enabling secure P2P torrenting on most of its servers, offering a split tunneling feature called Stealth Guard, and automatically detecting if your device has connected to a shady and unsecure Wi-Fi network. If you have, Hide.me will suggest that you connect to one of its servers right away to keep you secure and out of the reach of hackers and other bad actors who frequent these public hotspots.


The Hide.me kill-switch is another invaluable bit of tech, and works reliably regardless of the platform you're using. Just remember to enable it manually, first!


Features galore


Hide.me has apps for all platforms with a kill switch, DNS leak protection, obfuscation, and full IPv6 compatibility. Plus, Hide.me provides port forwarding for torrenting.


Users will also be spoiled for choice when it comes to servers, with around 1,800 servers in 40 countries across the globe. This is great news for anyone who enjoys streaming, and Hide.me has gotten way better at unblocking various services! Now, you'll be able to check out Netflix and BBC iPlayer, amongst others, and share 10 simultaneous connections with friends and family if you're feeling generous.


Try before you buy


Hide.me does offer a free VPN subscription plan, and it's pretty impressive! Free users won't get all the benefits listed above, of course, but they will have 10GB of data per month to play with.


If you decide to upgrade, you can pay for your plan via PayPal, credit or debit card, and various cryptocurrencies. This is the way to go if you're looking to stay as anonymous as possible and it's great to see more and more VPNs offer this option. Unfortunately, the Hide.me plans are all on the expensive side, though monthly prices do drop if you go for a longer commitment. You could argue that other providers offer similar speeds and features for less, but Hide.me does do a stellar job of combining a staunch no-logs service with a variety of features.


So, see for yourself what Hide.me can do by making good use of its 30-day money-back guarantee!

StrongVPN is a service with a solid no-logging policy. It is based in the US, which may concern some, but with a strong emphasis on privacy, there are no alarm bells here for us.

  • Pricing

    • 12 months:$3.66/mth

      66% OFF

    • 1 month:$10.99/mth
  • Pros

    • Strong no-logs policy
    • 12 simultaneous connections
    • Bitcoin payments accepted
    • Supports torrenting
    • Can unblock Netflix
  • Cons

    • Smaller pool of servers than other providers
    • Based in the US
    • Not the most feature-rich service
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

StrongVPN Demo

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StrongVPN is a secure VPN provider that implements a trustworthy no-logs policy. It has apps for all platforms, and they're jam-packed with all the features you'll need to stay secure online, including a kill-switch and DNS leak protection.


The service itself has been around for a while, since 2005, in fact, and has since been acquired by J2 Global. StrongVPN is based in the US, and some prospective users will be (understandably) wary of this. After all, that's where the NSA and CIA live, and they could feasibly force StrongVPN to hand over data. Luckily, StrongVPN's no-logs policy is airtight. This means that even if the NSA or CIA were to come calling, the provider would have no information to hand over, anyway.


The all-rounder


StrongVPN is compatible with just about every platform, including various routers, and you won't have to worry about any bandwidth caps. We love that this VPN lets consumers run the software on up to 12 devices simultaneously, which makes it an ideal no-logs VPN for larger families or users with lots of devices.



Compatible with just about every platform, including various routers – so you don't have to worry about bandwidth caps



And StrongVPN lives up to its name when it comes to security. The VPN uses OpenVPN encryption, though users do have the choice to try out the WireGuard protocol if they wish. I'm particularly glad to see that the StrongVPN kill-switch is now available for Mac users and not just Windows users – an improvement that really ramps up the service's accessibility. I'd definitely recommend giving StrongVPN a test run with its 30-day money-back guarantee, too!


Superb speeds


Currently, StrongVPN boasts over 950 servers in more than 30 countries – and that's going to be more than enough for most VPN use-cases. Connecting to any of these servers is incredibly quick, and StrongVPN can more than hold its own against other premium VPNs when it comes to server speeds. In fact, you should have no trouble streaming smooth HD videos with StrongVPN, and gaming online, as well as VoIP calls, are just as feasible. During our tests, we also found that StrongVPN has incredibly impressive DNS lookup times. This means your webpages will load that much quicker!


Easy streaming


Streaming is where StrongVPN really excels. Not only can the provider unblock all the most popular services, like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, but it can also reliably access a long list of other channels – so no matter what you want to watch, or where you are, you'll be able to check out content from around the globe in a few clicks. Personally, I find StrongVPN to work best when unblocking content from the US.


Initially, I found that StrongVPN was unable to access BBC iPlayer via a UK server. This was disappointing, but fortunately, StrongVPN offers its users a free Smart DNS service! This is incredibly handy for situations just like this, where you need a little extra help spoofing your location. After testing the SmartDNS, I was able to access BBC iPlayer from outside the US without any trouble.

ProtonVPN is a secure no-logs VPN from the developers of ProtonMail. Built with privacy and security in mind, this service has somehow managed to balance this out with great speeds.

  • Free option

    Yes

    Pricing

    • Free trial:$0/mth
    • 24 months:$3.29/mth

      34% OFF

    • 12 months:$4/mth

      19% OFF

    • 1 month:$5/mth
  • Pros

    • No IP logs
    • Excellent free version lets you try before you buy
    • Good value for money on premium
    • Easy to use, fully featured, and fast
    • 10 simultaneous devices permitted
  • Cons

    • Does not support Wireguard
    • No live chat option
    • Premium subscription is required to unlock full feature list
  • IPv4/6 leak detected?

  • Independently audited?

  • Website tracking?

Proton Demo

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ProtonVPN is run by the same folks behind the secure email service, ProtonMail. ProtonMail is exceedingly popular with privacy advocates and ProtonVPN is quickly coming to be regarded with the same level of respect and trust.


ProtonVPN goes the extra mile to reassure users of its security and transparency – and that's what I like best about the service. It has invited auditors to comb through its no-logs policy and publicly published the reports, and it's an open source provider that makes its home in Switzerland. I like this, because it keeps ProtonVPN beyond the reach of the 14 Eyes Alliance and ensures that it can operate free of invasive data retention laws.


When it comes to logs, Proton keeps no usage logs whatsoever, no IP logs, and the last login time is overwritten on each new connection. All of this makes Proton an excellent VPN for privacy, and truly one of the best no-logs providers on the market today.


Security you can trust


ProtonVPN has a modest network of over 1,300 servers in 55 countries – other providers have more servers in more places, of course, but you'll still be able to sail past geo-restrictions and explore a world of content with ProtonVPN. What's more, all of ProtonVPN's servers are bare metal and single-occupancy, and the provider has even increased its server capacity in response to a surge in usage sparked by the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.



ProtonVPN is one of the few VPNs out there to offer a fully secure, no-logs service for free



In terms of encryption, ProtonVPN opts for AES 256-bit protection, and implements OpenVPN on its Windows and Linux clients. Mac, Android, and iOS clients use IKEv2, instead. Both of these protocols are known to be robust and reliable – though OpenVPN tends to be thought of as the gold standard when it comes to security, and IKEv2 a favorite of folks looking for speed.


ProtonVPN users will benefit from a kill-switch, though it doesn't make use of the Windows system firewall, which could leave your original IP exposed in the event of an OpenVPN crash. It's not ideal, and whilst I'm bringing up some minor gripes, I'll add that ProtonVPN currently lacks any dedicated obfuscation servers.


Thoughtful features


The Secure Core feature is essentially a double-VPN that can protect against targeted surveillance. Similarly, ProtonVPN allows users to connect to Tor servers directly through the VPN, and all without having to first install the Tor Browser.


The ProtonVPN software is available for all platforms and can be used on up to 10 devices simultaneously (depending on your plan). As I mentioned earlier, the ProtonVPN servers all provide fast speeds for streaming and completing other data-intensive tasks. ProtonVPN supports P2P activity, too, so you'll be able to torrent securely.


A VPN for everyone


ProtonVPN is one of the few VPNs out there to offer a fully secure, no-logs service for free. This free plan is absolutely fantastic, though you can still trial the premium version without paying a penny by making good use of the ProtonVPN 7-day free trial.


The free plan does not impose any speed or bandwidth restrictions, though you might notice that speeds are a little slower, due to increased load. Additionally, free users only have access to seven VPN servers. Even so, ProtonVPN secured our top spot for Best Free VPN in 2021, and the free plan is so good that plenty of users stick to it instead of upgrading.


If you do choose to upgrade to a paid plan, however, you'll benefit from a 30-day money-back guarantee.

What does no-logs VPN mean?

In basic terms a no logs VPN is a virtual private network that does not keep records of its users' activity when they are connected to the network. For example, some services may keep data on - what your real IP address is, what websites you visit, and what time you visit it. A no-log VPN does not keep any data that can be used to identify its users.

There is some disagreement surrounding what constitutes a no-logs VPN. As far as ProPrivacy.com is concerned, a no-logs VPN is a VPN service that keeps no identifiable logs that can be used to tie a customer to their internet activity when using the VPN service. 

Some services may log user IP addresses and/or account details and delete it a few minutes after a session ends. We wouldn't consider this as a no logs service as this data can be used to identify users.

On the other hand, some services log timestamps and bandwidth but do not associate any of this data with users' IP addresses or account details. We would consider this a no logs service as the logs kept in this example are minimal and cannot be used to identify a user. 

We take a closer look at the different types of logs in the section below to help you have a broader understanding of what VPN logs are.

What are VPN logs?

Simply put, VPN logs are a record of customers' activity while using a VPN service. But not all logs are necessarily bad, or harmful, to users, and the reality is that it's all but impossible for a VPN to keep no logs at all. Even the strictest no-logs providers need a way of knowing when customer subscriptions have expired and when they require renewal, for example.

We take a closer look at the different types of logs that  VPN service might keep, below. We'll also discuss whether these logs are normal and necessary to keep the service functioning, or if they are, in fact, a risk to a users' privacy.

The types of VPN logs

The kinds of logs that a VPN service can keep about its users' internet usage (not including customer account information) can be divided into two types of VPN logs: usage logs and connection logs.

Usage logs

Usage logs make up a record of the websites you visit, basically. ISPs frequently keep these sorts of records and are often even required by law to do so (though these requirements will usually come with a set time limit for how long the logs should be kept).

No VPN services openly admit to keeping usage logs, despite the fact that the claim sometimes contradicts the laws of the country in which they're based. For example...

In the UK

ISPs (and VPN providers, which is a good reason to avoid UK-based VPN services) are required by law to log this information and store it for 12 months in a way that is accessible to a wide range of government departments.

In the US

ISPs have successfully lobbied Congress to sell or share customers' detailed web browsing history to advertisers and partner companies.

Connection logs

Connection logs are also known as metadata logs, although the UK government abuses this term by classing web browsing history as "metadata".

A full set of connection logs includes the following information:

  • The IP address the connection was made from.
  • When the connection was started.
  • When the connection was finished (which together are often referred to as a timestamp).
  • How much bandwidth you used while connected.

Crucially, these logs do not include websites you connect to (unless you are the UK government). Though they provide more than enough information to risk compromising your privacy.

The danger connection logs pose should not be underestimated. Every known case where somebody was caught performing criminal activities while using a VPN to conceal the fact, was because of VPN providers analyzing its connections logs and handing over the results to the police.

Note: Unscrupulous VPN services can claim to be "no-logs" providers because they do not collect usage logs. However, they actually log a lot of connection information, and we consider these claims entirely misleading.

Real-time logs

It's important to understand that all networks generate logs in real-time as a necessary byproduct of their operation – VPNs included. However, these logs still exist even if they're instantly deleted (e.g. are sent directly to a /dev/null file).

This means they can always be monitored as they are created (i.e. in real-time). Even the strictest no-logs VPN service will monitor logs in real-time when network issues need to be resolved or abuse identified. 

Most "no-logs" VPNs keep these real-time logs for a short time, which is understandable since having some information about their own systems help VPN companies provide the services they provide.

We consider this to be perfectly acceptable within reason. If real-time logs are only kept for a few minutes or deleted the moment a session ends, then it only poses a negligible risk to a users' privacy, and shouldn't really be cause for concern.

Server Logs

Almost all VPN companies rent servers from third-party server providers. So, even if the VPN provider keeps no logs, it is likely that the server centers in which the VPN servers are located do. Unlike VPN companies, server centers have no obligation to protect users' privacy.

This isn't ideal, regardless of how you view the situation. A good VPN company that truly cares about the privacy of its users can still do a great deal to mitigate the problem, though.

Server logs are an issue that certainly needs consideration, but it's the logs that are kept (or that can be kept) by a VPN provider that pose the greatest privacy threat to its users. Therefore, the jurisdiction in which a VPN company is based can have a huge impact on its ability to protect your privacy.

Learn more about internet privacy

For more information on improving your online privacy, take a look at the following guides:

Why should I use a no-logs VPN?

Your internet provider (ISP) keeps detailed records of how you interact with its service. When you use a VPN, your internet provider is blocked from seeing the content of your data (because it is encrypted), and what you get up to on the internet (as this is shielded by the VPN server, which acts as a proxy).

Your VPN provider, however, can now see this information instead. This includes the IP addresses of individual web pages and even the contents of your data on sites that are not protected by HTTPS. 

Unlike ISPs, which are often required to hand over their logs to the government, almost every VPN service promises to protect your privacy, at least to some extent. But only a no-logs VPN can really be trusted to keep such a promise when push comes to shove, simply because it cannot hand over information that it plainly doesn't have…

Will a VPN that keeps no-logs make me anonymous?

No. A VPN provides its users with privacy, not anonymity. This is a crucial distinction that needs to be made, and it's actually a common misconception that VPNs offer anonymity. That's not what they're actually providing. No matter its usual logging policy, a VPN can start logging at any time and begin matching users with their internet activity. Unfortunately, many VPN services are not always entirely honest about the logs they keep when it comes to historical data, too.

A good VPN will provide a high level of privacy and protection against a wealth of blanket internet surveillance with the least impact on your own personal experience. A VPN will also keep you out of trouble when torrenting, but you should not rely on them to protect you if you commit a serious crime.

Journalists, political dissidents, whistleblowers, and those whose life or liberty relies on true anonymity should use Tor instead.

Logging can always be turned on

A VPN provider may be forced to begin keeping real-time logs, instead of discarding them, no matter how fanatical it is about privacy. And if put under enough pressure, it will. Nobody working for a VPN provider will want to risk going to jail just to protect your criminal activities, after all!

So why all the fuss about using a no-logs VPN?

Generally speaking, a VPN's no-logs policy is more concerned with professionalism than an absolute guarantee that you'll never get into trouble.

If a VPN service has promised to improve its users' privacy, then it should be designed from the ground up to do just that. Keeping no logs that can compromise users' privacy is one of the most basic building blocks of any such design.

Logs are the antithesis of privacy. A VPN that keeps logs has no business claiming it can protect your privacy when using the service.

How to be sure your VPN doesn't keep logs

At the present time, we simply have to take providers at their word or pay attention to the increasing number of independent audits that set out to test this. Here at ProPrivacy.com, we hope such audits become common throughout the industry as they have the potential to establish a level of transparency that frankly does not exist today.

Always read the VPN's Terms of Service and Privacy Policies

Checking the ToS and Privacy Policies of any VPN you consider using is an important step. A lot of VPNs will be happy to make bold and generalized "no-logs" claims on their home page, but will be quick to qualify these claims in the small print.

Take a look at our full VPN reviews, in which our experts review each VPN providers' ToS and Privacy Policies so you don't have to!

Warrant Canaries

Warrants and court orders requiring companies to hand over customer details are usually accompanied by gag orders, which prevent the company from alerting its customers that something is amiss.

In order to reassure customers that something like this has not happened to them, some VPNs operate warrant canaries. For a detailed discussion on what these are and whether they are effective, please see Are Warrant Canaries Useful?

Are there free no-logs VPNs?

You'll find a lot of zero-logs VPNs offering a free option. Be wary, though. These services often come with limitations that their premium counterparts lack. Expect sluggish speeds and a reduced selection of servers. Unfortunately, this means unblocking videos abroad, torrenting and online gaming is off the table.

However, if you are just after a VPN to keep you secure while browsing the web, then a free VPN might be the answer.

The best free no-logs VPNs

Below we have listed some free VPN services that we know don't keep any logs. But, if you decide to pick another free service, we recommend you exercise extreme caution. Many free services claim to be secure, but they are often anything but.

ProtonVPN

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ProtonVPN is a no-logs VPN from the makers of ProtonMail, so the company has pedigree when it comes to privacy. The company is based in Switzerland and it operates a fast service with servers located all around the globe. Although, on the free plan you may find speeds become restricted at peak times.

To learn more, check out our ProtonVPN review.

Try ProtonVPNs free plan >>

Hide.me

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Hide.me is a Malaysian-based zero-logs VPN provider that offers feature-rich apps for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. So, it's the perfect pick if you want to protect several devices at once. On the free plan, you get a 10GB allowance each month and the choice of 5 free servers.

To learn more, check out our Hide.me review.

Try Hide.me free plan >>

Windscribe

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Windscribe is a Canadian provider with easy-to-use apps for all major platforms, including a browser extension for Chrome, making everyday browsing a real breeze. On the free plan, you get a 10GB monthly data allowance and 11 free servers.

To learn more, check out our Windscribe review.

Try Windscribe free plan >>

No log VPN overview

There are no guarantees, but you can generally assume that a no-logs VPN cares a great deal more about your privacy than a provider that does keep logs. No-logs VPNs will go the extra mile to protect your privacy – which is more than can be said for your ISP – and most will go even further in this regard than necessary.

A key part of which, when it comes to VPNs, is keeping no logs that can compromise its users' privacy. If you need a very high level of anonymity, then use Tor, but the rest of us are spoiled for a choice when it comes to great no-logs VPN services...

Conclusion

Now that you are armed with all the information you need about VPN logs, and which providers promise not to keep any, let's review our top picks:

  1. ExpressVPN - This top-tier provider takes security seriously, combining zero-logs, strong encryption, & privacy features.
  2. NordVPN - A great no logs VPN that offers a lot of great security features at a competitive price.
  3. Private Internet Access - One of the most secure no-logs VPNs on our list. PIA has proven its zero-logs claim in court, repeatedly!
  4. Surfshark - It combines value with a no-logs policy. It is also great at unblocking streaming sites and offers a low price point.
  5. VyprVPN - Offers a no-logs VPN service that has been fully audited by third-party to give users peace of mind.

FAQs

Do UK ISPs keep logs?

All UK ISPs are required to keep detailed logs for at least 12 months (and no more than 24 months) as per the Investigatory Powers Act that was passed in 2016. These logs include what we would term 'usage logs' i.e. a record of all the websites you visit. 

All the major UK ISPs are known to comply with the logging requirements specified in the IPA, but the government has yet to launch any real concerted action aimed at enforcing the law. So, smaller ISPs and VPN services could feasibly continue to ignore the IPA's logging requirements.

Is an offshore no-logs VPN more private?

It certainly can be! Using an offshore VPN service makes it harder for your government or police force to serve a warrant or subpoena requiring the provider hand over the logs it has, or even to begin logging if it doesn't already. However, you shouldn't rely on this to protect you in this hyper-connected world. It's more important to use an offshore VPN if you live somewhere with mandatory data retention laws, seeing as it'll allow you to pick a VPN based in a country where there is no requirement to keep logs.

Has anyone been arrested for using a no-logs VPN?

There have been previous incidents of VPNs that claim to keep no logs handing over logs of their users internet activity to the police. Of course, this makes it hard to trust any service at face value, but this article will walk you through what providers mean when they boast that they don't keep logs, and how to spot inconsistencies in these claims.

Written by: Ray Walsh

Digital privacy expert with 5 years experience testing and reviewing VPNs. He's been quoted in The Express, The Times, The Washington Post, The Register, CNET & many more. 

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The best torrenting VPN in 2021

Using a torrenting VPN is absolutely essential, but finding the best VPN for the job can be a tricky task. Some providers are very specialized while others may totally forbid P2P sharing while using their servers, but thanks to the fact that torrenting is often seen as a grey area, very few providers boast about their torrenting power online, even if they're perfectly suited.

Since P2P sharing opens you up to unknown and unknowable files from an anonymous source, it's always best to use a safety net. And, accidentally downloading files of uncertain origin isn't the only risk – when connected to a P2P network your online activity essentially becomes public knowledge, and anyone with the right tools can trace your activity back to you.

So, using a VPN for torrenting is a no brainer, and here we've rounded up the very best providers so you can make an informed decision and keep yourself absolutely safe online.

NB: We do not condone illegal torrenting, and our advice is only intended to assist legitimate torrent users seeking extra security.

What makes a great torrenting VPN?

The two most important things a torrenting VPN should provide are excellent security and good connection speeds. Features like a kill switch and split tunnelling are especially useful here, too.

Using a kill switch means your connection will be cut if your VPN fails (avoiding any unexpected leaks), and split tunneling allows you to route your P2P traffic through the VPN and torrent safely while letting other apps use an unprotected line. 

Great speeds are useful for any VPN application, but when downloading from a torrent they’re especially important. If your download or upload speeds are at a crawl, then one of the greatest benefits of sharing P2P is negated. Plus, when using a VPN your Internet provider won't be able to tell you're torrenting at all – which means it can't selectively slow down, or 'throttle', your connection.

We rate ExpressVPN as the most capable VPN for torrenting thanks to its blistering connection speeds and world-class security credentials. However, there are a number of other excellent options available, so read on to find out the five best torrenting VPNs on the market today.

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The best torrenting VPNs you can get right now

Simply put, ExpressVPN is the top VPN out there right now – the fact it's also perfectly suited to torrenting is just a great bonus. Or, to look at it another way, this is the ideal torrenting VPN that offers everything else you'd require from your VPN.

A quality VPN for torrenting should have plenty of security features to keep you safe, and Express has these in spades. Not only does it have full torrenting support on every server, but it provides WebRTC leak protection, private DNS servers and Perfect Forward Secrecy, which uses a unique key every time you connect and every 60 minutes afterwards.

Beyond excellent privacy, ExpressVPN also provides good connection speeds – essential for any torrenting VPN. Connections to servers in your home country will stay relatively unaffected, and the wide server choice means you'll be able to pick from a whole host of overseas connections to make sure you stay up to speed.

Express boasts both a kill switch and split tunnelling, and combined with a strict policy of no activity or connection logs, it offers the most complete torrenting VPN package we've had the pleasure of testing.

However, as with any VPN, users can run into issues, and Express has got you covered with its 24/7 live chat support. In the unlikely event you'll need it, the helpful team will get you torrenting in a matter of minutes rather than hours

While ExpressVPN costs marginally more than some of its rivals, it's not worth scrimping on a torrenting VPN as there's often a lot at stake – and if it's not for you, then there's a 30-day money-back guarantee too.

CyberGhost is a fantastic VPN for torrenting, and while it's packed with features, it still remains nice and simple to use. From the get-go you'll be able to tell torrenting is a priority, as the VPN will automatically configure itself to deliver the best torrenting experience. 

That mean you don't have to fuss around with protocols or testing servers randomly to try and find the best P2P performance – CyberGhost knows what you want to do, and it'll make it happen. It even has a great big 'Torrent Anonymously' button to make the whole process entirely idiot-proof. There's also a clear no logging policy, a reliable kill switch and split tunnelling available, as you'd expect.

A specialized feature we'd like to see in every torrenting VPN is CyberGhost's App Protection. Essentially, this means you can configure the VPN to automatically connect to a server of your choice when you launch a particular app. In practice, the app in question will be your torrent client, and once you've set that up you won't even need to open CyberGhost to get protected.

The most impressive thing about CyberGhost, though are its incredible connection speeds when using WireGuard. Topping out at a whopping 860Mbps on a 1Gbps line, you won't see any slow-down when you're downloading. So, while it's not quite as good all round as ExpressVPN, as a specialized VPN for torrenting CyberGhost is a great choice.

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Known for its stringent security measures, NordVPN has made a name for itself as a great VPN for torrenting. Thanks to double encryption, a choice of protocols, two kill switches, DNS leak blocking and zero-logging, there's plenty here to keep you safe.

While not all servers are P2P supported, there are hundreds in the US, UK and plenty more across the globe that do support torrents. And, since the VPN will connect you to the best P2P server in your location when it detects torrenting traffic, the process is painless too.

Nord also offers a ton of extra features like payment via Bitcoin, traffic leak protection and Onion over VPN, and it's a great everyday VPN for Netflix and general security, and also offers a good selection of mobile apps.

Although not quite as specialized as CyberGhost, NordVPN slips into this list thanks to its class-leading connection speeds – up to 880Mbps in our testing – and with its wide variety of servers, you can't really go wrong here.,

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Private Internet Access offers plenty of servers, all of which support P2P torrenting, and like any good torrenting VPN there are no bandwidth restrictions whatsoever – but PIA also offers a couple of features not seen in your garden-variety VPN.

Port forwarding allows the VPN to redirect connections around a NAT firewall, and this ensures you torrenting speeds stay as fast as possible. Alongside that you'll also get the requisite kill switch and split tunnelling to further optimise your P2P experience.

On the performance front, PIA delivered decent connection speeds of around 430Mbps when using WireGuard. That's not quite up there with the very fastest VPN services, but for most users that'll be plenty for their domestic Internet connections. Plus, in our testing we didn't experience any dropped connections or failures to connect.

Alongside a zero-log policy, PIA offers an industry-standard 30-day money-back guarantee and serviceable live-chat support. While it's not a slick as some others, PIA is a good-value torrenting VPN that runs on plenty of devices and will keep you safe.

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If you were to take a look at Hotspot Shield's website, you wouldn't find any mention at all of its prowess as a torrenting VPN – and with the recent uproar and prosecutions of VPN providers regarding illegal P2P activity, we don't blame the owners for covering their backs.

However, in our testing Hotspot Shield proved to a reliable and speedy VPN for torrenting. In fact,

You won't have a ton of options when it comes to configuring the client – only server location and choice between the Catapult Hydra and IKEv2 protocols – but when it works well out the box, this is unlikely to bother anyone expect the most particular users.

What might bother a larger proportion of users is the fact Hotspot Shield does log a little more data than rivals, but we're assured that none of this can be traced back to the user in a pretty comprehensive zero-logging policy.

So, with a kill switch and decent speeds, Hotspot Shield is a simple, effective torrenting VPN that does the job well.

Sign up now on the Hotspot Shield website now.

Surfshark is a great torrenting VPN for those who want to stay protected but also don't want to break the bank. With a comprehensive feature-set that includes a kill switch, split tunnelling and protocol switching, there's a lot you can do to tailor your P2P experience.

Alongside decent connection speeds, Surfshark incorporates Double Hop, zero-knowledge DNS servers and a no-logs policy. However, not every one of Surfshark's servers supports P2P traffic – while it functions similarly to Nord in this respect, Surfshark has fewer servers, so your options will be even slimmer.

That's not to say that Surfshark won't do the job – it's a tempting option if you want to spend as little as possible – but for torrenting it's simply not as specialised as those further up the list.

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Best torrenting VPN FAQ

Is using a VPN for torrenting legal?

Torrenting itself isn't illegal – it's simply sharing information in small packets across different machines. This allows for fast and efficient transfers between computers, which is also known as P2P sharing.

The practice only becomes illegal when you use it to share content which is owned by someone else – for example, a movie that's owned by a media company which you're not paying for. 

What features make a great VPN for torrenting?

To get the best possible personal security and ensure anonymity, you'll want to be sure that your VPN is one that operates a clear 'no logs' policy. This means that the VPN won't record any data that can identify you and, in the unlikely situation that the VPN is compelled to give evidence, it won't have any to give.

Another thing to take into consideration is connection speed, since you'll probably be sharing large files when using your torrenting VPN.

No leaking, as you'd imagine, is also vitally important. Many media companies are now running networks of monitoring nodes which can join torrent swarms and collect IP addresses. So if you're using a VPN that has leak protection, you won't have to worry about being on that list.

Can you use a free VPN for torrenting?

If we're honest, a free VPN isn't going to be a great solution for torrenting. Most free VPNs enact strict data caps – from a relatively generous 500Mb a day to a measly half-gig a month – and some also restrict download speed.

While free VPNs are great for casual use of public Wi-Fi or general browsing, bandwidth-intensive activities like torrenting and streaming will see you maxing out your allowance in no time.

Can a VPN make torrenting faster?

In short, yes! Torrenting is a prime activity that your ISP will monitor, and many will throttle your connection if they detect you engaging in P2P sharing.

Throttling essentially means that your ISP makes you connection slower to either discourage certain activities or conserve bandwidth. It's not only done for torrenting individuals, either – people using lots of bandwidth for streaming or online gaming can also see their connections drop for no apparent reason.

A VPN hides what you're using your connection for, and if your ISP can't see that you're torrenting, it can't make the decision to throttle your connection. Therefore, if you find connections vastly dropping when torrenting, a VPN could help bring you back up to speed.

Got all you need to know? Now make sure that you're getting the very best VPN service with our expertly assembled top 10.

Mo is eCommerce Editor at Tom's Guide. Day-to-day he oversees privacy and security content, and his product guides help his readers find the best software and products for their needs. When he's not testing VPNs, you'll find him working on his classic car or plugged into a guitar amp.

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