IPvanish owns servers to provide top security & privacy

Thinking about using the dark web? Tor isn’t as anonymous as you might think, which is why many recommend pairing it with a Virtual Private Network (VPN). This way your ISO won’t know whether you’re using Tor, a dark web browser with a reputation as a tool for criminals.

If you’re on the lookout for a VPN with a large and secure network, IPVanish is one of the largest and safest VPN providers in the world and has its own top-tier network and a large number of worldwide server locations.

To put that into numbers, IPVanish owns over 1,300 anonymous servers, spreading across 75+ countries with over 40,000 IPs. They claim to be the world’s only top-tier VPN service provider and that they personally manage their entire network.

Unlike some VPN providers who fake multiple server locations by a technique geospoofing, IPVanish has servers where they say they do.

In fact, very few VPN providers can say the same about themselves.

Top-tier network with a large number of servers worldwide means faster speed and more stable connection for its customers.

Besides this, if you are one of those privacy geeks who really leave no trace behind, IPVanish provides top security and privacy.

IPVanish supports the PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, and OpenVPN (TCP and UDP) protocols and 256-bit AES encryption. They provide a NAT firewall with all VPN accounts, which helps to protect against attacks. IPVanish is a zero-logs provider that puts your privacy above all else. The company’s no-logs policy means the company doesn’t record VPN users’ online activities and, therefore, can’t provide them to authorities – even if they ask for them.

In addition, IPVanish allows unlimited server switching and supports P2P traffic, an industry standard for top security. Nearly 75% of IPVanish’s servers are in the two regions: Europe and the United States.

The Florida, USA based company founded in 2012, IPVanish provides its customers with a 7-day money back guarantee and it allows you to pay with prepaid gift cards. This way it’s possible to register anonymously.

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