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What can I say? Reliable vpn, allows torrenting, does not have any IP leaks, and of course, keeps my browsing private. See More
When using a VPN, a DNS leak occurs when traffic originating from the computer isn't routed through the VPN's servers. Instead, traffic is routed through unprotected servers posing a great risk to the user's privacy. TorGuard offers a service that detects DNS leaking, regardless of which VPN is being used. See More
According to Mullvad, they retain no traffic information or metadata. Here is their statement in 2014 when inquired by TorrentFreak if they store any logs that would enable linking an IP address and a timestamp to a user: No. This would make both us and our users more vulnerable so we certainly don’t. To make it harder to watch the activities of an IP address from the outside we also have many users share each address, both for IPv4 and our upcoming IPv6 support. See More
Payments are accepted through Bitcoin, Ripple, PayPal, Google Play (Mobile), OKPay, CashU, Amazon and any major Gift Card. Payment plans are by the month, half year and by the year. Currently $6.95/mo, $35.95/half year, $39.95/year. Truly anonymous payments can be made by gift cards or Bitcoins. A $25 Starbucks gift card gives you 100 days. A $32 Best Buy gift card gives you 129 days. A $50 Walmart gift card gives you 366 days. See More
According to Private Internet Access in 2013: We absolutely do not maintain any VPN logs of any kind. We utilize shared IP addresses rather than dynamic or static IPs, so it is not possible to match a user to an external IP. According to Private Internet Access in 2014: We absolutely do not log any traffic nor session data of any kind, period. We have worked hard to meticulously fork all daemons that we utilize in order to achieve this functionality. See More