iVPN

iVPN
Looria Grade
B

Based on 20 reviews

The Looria Grade (A - F) accounts for multiple factors, including sentiment, helpfulness, and more. Learn about our sources and ranking.

Review highlights
  • Made for privacy
  • No logs are kept
  • Easy to use app
  • Fast speeds and reliable connections
  • Price is right

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I recommend either Mullvad or iVPN, both are big on user privacy and I've never had issues out of either.

Positive
DmMeFemboyPics
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/Express_VPN

Ask HN: Who is your VPN provider, and why?

I use IVPN. While it’s pricey, the company cares about security and privacy. They publish a third party security audits frequently. I haven’t had any issue using their service. They also support wireguard, which is a plus.

Positive
Egoist
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Ask HN: What VPN service are you currently using?

iVPN, and rather happy with it so far. WireGuard support, and good apps for iOS.

Neutral
jwr
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

I wouldn’t recommend RapidVPN nor would I recommend Cyberghost at all since they are quite shit VPNs. You should look at Mullvad, Proton or IVPN for security and privacy since they don’t gather any logs.

Negative
SoSniffles
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/digitalnomad

Britain passed the “most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy”

I've had PIA, AirVPN, and now iVPN. Definitely a fan of iVPN. They are organizational members of the EFF (for what it's worth), and their service has been the fastest I've used thus far. A bit pricey though.

Positive
_qbxp
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Mullvad and ivpn are good, you don't need port forwarding for torrents although it is nice if you wish to seed/upload faster but for downloading it's really not that different. You can get mullvad for 60 bucks a year or ivpn standard for 60 bucks.

Neutral
imabeach47
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/VPNTorrents

Ask HN: What is the best VPN provider?

I like IVPN. Based in Gibraltar, excellent bandwidth, plenty of servers, accepts Bitcoin, uses OpenVPN.

Positive
damnmachine
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

If you want a vpn just for the use benefits and not for the privacy ones then Express is probably fine. If you do want privacy though I would recommend Protonvpn, Ivpn or Mullvad.

Negative
Ridewarior
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/Express_VPN

Ask HN: What VPN service are you currently using?

).I was looking for a reasonably priced VPN not based in the 5 eyes territory, and I came to iVPN as the best solution for my criteria and at $110 per year. [0] https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/.

Positive
lowpro
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Ask HN: What VPN service are you currently using?

A VPN has no such legal requirement.So while I can't be 100% sure that my VPN is monitoring me, I can be 100% sure my ISP is. Additionally, my VPN has a financial incentive not to log customer data, or at the very least, not to be caught doing it. (I'm currently using IVPN (https://www.ivpn.net/). It's on the more expensive side, though that isn't necessarily a bad thing, and it supports multihop over OpenVPN, and the experimental Wireguard protocol.

Negative
weavejester
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Specs

Category

Security applications - VPN software, confidential data control

Platform

Windows, MacOS, Android, iOS

License Qty

5 devices

Details

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