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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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Seems like if you are a new customer and want to get a vpn for a year it is considerably cheaper than the normal payment.

Handy if you want a VPN I guess.

Used Vyper before and it is a good VPN.
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In what way is it a 'good VPN' compared to presumably 'not a good VPN' could you elaborate since this is massively more expensive than most offerings, it must have some sort of advantage?
Stormpooper20/11/2019 09:00

In what way is it a 'good VPN' compared to presumably 'not a good VPN' …In what way is it a 'good VPN' compared to presumably 'not a good VPN' could you elaborate since this is massively more expensive than most offerings, it must have some sort of advantage?


You want one that has been proven to not keep any sort of logs, this one is expensive though and not all VPN’s do as they say and don’t log. PIA is one that has been proven in court not to log and is a lot cheaper than this
Stormpooper20/11/2019 09:00

In what way is it a 'good VPN' compared to presumably 'not a good VPN' …In what way is it a 'good VPN' compared to presumably 'not a good VPN' could you elaborate since this is massively more expensive than most offerings, it must have some sort of advantage?


So with my current understanding the "Chameleon Protocol" obfuscates the packet meta-data to make it harder to detect that a vpn is being used.

So for any reason you are doing something that doesn't allow VPN access. This in theory should work. I have used it before to bypass VPN restrictions and it worked fine for me.

It also "Doesn't create logs" I know this is something that we can never truly know however they claim its 100% log free.

Never had an issues with speeds.

I guess if you have any more questions you could message their support.
Top rated VPN solution. List price was £10-15pm It’s the default for top end giganews accounts. Used it a few years back and solid, high throughout, NAT firewall (although use your use too) and excellent client software.
Edited by: "GeekUnique" 20th Nov 2019
I am using it on my mobile and they are great. In countries that outright block VPN this works. Speeds are good but then again I'm running it on my phone. Note about chameleon; unless recently updated it is an android only feature
I very highly recommend them
Not for existing clients unfortunately. X(
jeremy.griffin20/11/2019 09:08

So with my current understanding the "Chameleon Protocol" obfuscates the …So with my current understanding the "Chameleon Protocol" obfuscates the packet meta-data to make it harder to detect that a vpn is being used.So for any reason you are doing something that doesn't allow VPN access. This in theory should work. I have used it before to bypass VPN restrictions and it worked fine for me.It also "Doesn't create logs" I know this is something that we can never truly know however they claim its 100% log free. Never had an issues with speeds.I guess if you have any more questions you could message their support.



Thank you for your answer - I genuinely don't have that much knowledge of it all.
I would like to know who monitors them though, to make sure that is the case? or do we just take their word for it?
Is it true because we read it or is there some credible evidence to prove they don't do these things you have outlined? ie, an official body to make sure that is the case. If none of it can be proved, then like anything else these days, I'd take it with a huge pinch of salt.
Seems to me that you/we are (not 'you' as such) are hiding from one entity (government / fraudsters maybe?) only to trust your details ( you obviously need to login to sites etc) to someone else, who is literally just 'claiming' (until being proved otherwise) they don't do these things, but is actually unregulated, or checked by any official body? They claim a 'respected security firm' but don't name them. Also there's the worrying 'Your Personal Data is never released to others, unless we are ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction to do so.' which surely negates the whole thing? If they keep no records, why would a court want the records that don't exist/get kept?
Again, I have no idea, which is why I'm asking
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 20th Nov 2019
fahed200020/11/2019 10:09

Not for existing clients unfortunately. X(


Yes I have been talking with support about this today.

So weird how they don't allow it.
Stormpooper20/11/2019 10:12

Thank you for your answer - I genuinely don't have that much knowledge of …Thank you for your answer - I genuinely don't have that much knowledge of it all. I would like to know who monitors them though, to make sure that is the case? or do we just take their word for it? Is it true because we read it or is there some credible evidence to prove they don't do these things you have outlined? ie, an official body to make sure that is the case. If none of it can be proved, then like anything else these days, I'd take it with a huge pinch of salt.Seems to me that you/we are (not 'you' as such) are hiding from one entity (government / fraudsters maybe?) only to trust your details ( you obviously need to login to sites etc) to someone else, who is literally just 'claiming' (until being proved otherwise) they don't do these things, but is actually unregulated, or checked by any official body? They claim a 'respected security firm' but don't name them. Also there's the worrying 'Your Personal Data is never released to others, unless we are ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction to do so.' which surely negates the whole thing? If they keep no records, why would a court want the records that don't exist/get kept?Again, I have no idea, which is why I'm asking


So I really haven't done a lot of research on this topic. They claim they don't log but like you said I haven't seen any case studies regarding this. The only thing I have seen is that they keep "Temporary connection logs" So by the sound of it they do log their data but potentially its cleared yearly/monthly/daily/hourly.

vpnuniversity.com/rev…iew

Found this link that seems to write reviews on some VPN's if you are interested.
I Guess it is one of them things. If you are paranoid about a VPN logging then maybe a more widely used VPN like "Private Internet access" as someone mentioned in the comments apparently there are case studies on this. I can't comment myself as I have never used them.
fahed200020/11/2019 09:58

I am using it on my mobile and they are great. In countries that outright …I am using it on my mobile and they are great. In countries that outright block VPN this works. Speeds are good but then again I'm running it on my phone. Note about chameleon; unless recently updated it is an android only feature


Pretty sure you can use it on the desktop version it just has to be enabled in the settings.
jeremy.griffin20/11/2019 10:42

Pretty sure you can use it on the desktop version it just has to be …Pretty sure you can use it on the desktop version it just has to be enabled in the settings.


There is a different subscription that is only available through the mobile app where you are able to subscribe only to the mobile VPN and nothing else (cannot Bo bought from the website) through Google play store and payment was done via Google play credit.
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