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With more than ten years of experience, NordVPN is a leading VPN provider. NordVPN gives you military-grade protection online, and you can access all your favorite sites without restriction. We never log your activity when using our servers, which are operated under the jurisdiction of Panama, where there are no mandatory data retention laws. So you can always trust your privacy to us.
-Double Data Encryption
NordVPN's Double VPN technology encrypts data not once, but twice. It’s the tightest security in the industry, and it’s only available on NordVPN.
-Superfast Servers Everywhere
Join the NordVPN network of 43+ worldwide server locations in 25 different countries. We cover every continent except Antarctica. But only because penguins just don’t get the Internet.
You know how the world looks when you’re riding in an F1 racer? Yeah, neither do we. But we bet it’s a lot like video streaming and browsing with NordVPN.
-Easiest VPN Ever
To get on NordVPN, just click and go. NordVPN’s secure VPN software takes care of all the hard stuff so you can focus on fun stuff. And work stuff, if you have to.
-Strict No Logs Policy + Tor Over VPN
NordVPN never logs where you go on the Internet. If anyone asks, the best we can do is shrug our shoulders. And we like it that way.
-Automatic Kill Switch
If your VPN connection drops out, our kill switch technology instantly shuts down any site or software you specify in advance. No worries about accidental exposure of sensitive data.
-P2P Welcome Here
Some providers throttle P2P traffic. We don’t. So you can download and upload to your heart’s content, at consistently blazing speeds.
-Friendly, Helpful Service
Got a question? Our friendly, smart, and somewhat nerdy support agents have answers. And they’re available 24/7 to help.
Subscription that costs between $4 and $12. Price may vary depending on commitment and so on.
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I'm a linux fan, so I installed an app for linux (I’m currently running pop os). "Nord vpn" seems like a high level service: it has strong security, keeps no logs, provides wifi protection, offers a fast and reliable service... moreover the price is decent. so as I've already said I haven't faced any issues so far, so I'll be staying with them.
Affordable, fast and a reliable application, not much else to say as that's as far I'm able to describe it. Upgraded to NordVPN from a free VPN after I got a DMCA letter, for things I did not do, so got my self a proper, working one.
I've never used any other VPN but NordVPN, so I shouldn't compare it to any other VPN. So speaking from personal experience, through three years I've used this application it crashed once or twice, other than that - Netflix loads really well (the reason why I got it) as well as other streaming services are compatible. So it works for what I need!
Found out today what NordVPN had security breach and have poor PKI
management. Attacker got access to one of the servers. That's enough to
say goodbye. They can put millions in ads, but don't put money in
Total scam - can no longer log into the service after purchasing a 3 year plan. The company will not offer a refund even though their service is unusable.
I've had nothing but problems since using the service, I would not recommend it to anyone, there are better alternatives out there.
Using this service for almost a year and it has made improvements. At least to me, the server speeds are great, all of my streaming is not buffered and throttled. Also, they managed to add hundreds of servers in very short notice, so I think that it’s a good VPN service for a decent price.
Slow signup process: First you get an email with my username, but not a password. Then you have to pay and are redirected by proprietary CloudFlare to another page without the opportunity to set a password either. So you then have to reset the password and engage in more back and forth emails.
Slow speed: NordVPN don't tell you exactly where the server is located so you can't just choose the closest one to you. I had to use openpyn-nordvpn (on Github) to find the server with the best ping. Even with the best server, the speed and stability were unacceptably slow.
The worst of all i used...not only the speed, but also the application itself is a piece of shit!!
Fast, reliable, and contains several alternative VPN setups such as double VPN or Onion over VPN.
I don't recommend NordVPN because we don't know who runs the service, and since you shouldn't entrust your money to a bank in the same situation, the same goes for your personal data, Tefincom S.A. is concretely, just a name registered under a factice address in Panama which is a tax haven, a good place for shell companies and honeypots.
Hmm as I know many vpn owners choose to be anonymous, and I’d honestly consider some big reasons as liability protection, ensuring that the owners & staff are not targeted by government agencies demanding user data, etc. From my point of view, the official company is indeed in Panama and that should not be questionable....
@Frenks : The more a VPN service hides from its users and the rest, the less trustworthy it is, if the VPN must maintain and guarantee the confidentiality of its customers, the people in charge of the VPN must be completely transparent towards the consumers and not hide anything from them.
All VPNs say they are the most secure, private and trustworthy, but this is bullshit, only transparency and facts can then make the difference between a VPN that can be trusted, and one that is best avoided.
Take into account that in case of abuse, you won't be able to do anything against a VPN registered in a country like Panama, and screen companies + honeypots have understood this, it allows them to escape complaints and some of their responsibilities.
Don't be fooled by the 14 eyes argument, which most VPNs use for their marketing, only the privacy laws in which the VPN is registered matter.
PS : You'll notice that I don't talk about Tesonet in my commentary, because it sounds more like conspiracy theory, but it did really have a business connection between Tesonet and NordVPN.