Earlier this month, TorrentFreak, the leading publication for all things copyright, privacy and P2P ranked IPVanish VPN service as a top VPN.
This is especially impressive as the list was stacked with over 50 competitors.
Ontop of that – IPVanish announced that they’ve nearly doubled their number of anonymous IP addresses from 14,000+ IPs to 25,000+ IPs.
This brings them to one of the largest VPN providers in the world in terms of IP address access.
With features including a zero-logs policy and variety of payment options – most notably PayPal and the anonymous cryptocurrency Bitcoin – are some of the many attributes measured to award IPVanish a top service ranking.
Knowing this, we decided to do a re-review of IPVanish and its service.
So we were granted a trial account which was simple
enough to download and install.
Straight off the jump i noticed that IPVanish has defaulted its connection Protocol to OpenVPN (UDP). This may seem like a simple thing to change but many VPN users still use PPTP which has been compromised by the NSA.
Unfortunately most VPN Providers that we test still defaults to PPTP so for this reason, IPVanish gets a +1.
IPVanish owns and operates all its infrastructure and software and offers unlimited use and unlimited switching between servers.
IPVanish also allows for 2 simultaneous connections to secure multiple devices or to share with family/friends gives IPVanish and thumb up.
A cool feature IPVanish has that many of its competitors don’t have – for the ultra-security conscious is an option to automate rotating of IP addresses.
IPVanish offers some neat auto-connect options which are convenient. Getting disconnected froma VPN happens and not being notified and continuing to browse is be risky. Infact that’s how many get caught.
If you’re after a fast, reliable VPN provider which thousands of IP addresses, servers all over the world and a no log policy. IPVanish is definitely something to consider.
IPvanish offer a full 7 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied and 24/7 Customer service.
So give them a try, i don’t think you’ll be disappointed.