Discussion in 'Technology' started by IhateQuestih8it, Sep 16, 2020.
Vpn that doesnt store any information. Whats the best you used?
Mullvad is very very good. They don't store or sell any of your data and it's only $5/month. They allow you to pay with btc and you authenticate with a string on openvpn so there is no account involved and you can remain completely anonymous.
NordVPN has always been good for me.
The "best" VPN is going to vary depending on the use case for the VPN. If care about latency, you'll want a VPN provider with servers located near you. As @itsMorty pointed out, some VPN providers will allow you to sign up annonymously by paying via giftcard or cryptocurrency. In general, I would recommend such a provider and caution against any provider that requires you to identify yourself during signup. Here are five VPNs that allow btc/annonymous purchases: Best VPNs for Bitcoin 2020 | VPNs that accept Bitcoin payment
I personally use Private Internet Access (PIA) for their low latency (multiple US server locations near me) and low pricetag ($2.69/mo). However, PIA is based in the US, which might matter to you if you don't believe their claim about not logging any information.
I use ExpressVPN now and it’s pretty decent. They do deals all the time so I’d get it when there is a window like that going on.
i use hma = hidemyass
vpn is quite user friendly and easy to setup
I also think Mullvad is the best one. When you register you don't have to use an email and you are simply assigned an account number.
Mullvad VPN - Privacy is a universal right
I use NordVPN on my phone and TorGuard for my computer.