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If you are looking for a VPN provider that is serious about your privacy, then IVPN is the company for you. The company is determined to become the leading provider of high-security VPNs, and they have numerous policies in place to protect you. To start with the company located i...

updated: Jan 14, 2019
IVPN User Reviews
3.9
Carl Castle
  •  1
IVPN Trial is a scam

Beware of the trial period scam. Even after logging out and uninstalling the VPN client, you are unable to cancel the trial before your credit card is charged. We attempted to contact IVPN via several means, but they have failed to respond. Now we will have to dispute the charges through our credit card provider. DO NOT USE THIS SERVICE!


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    Viktor Vecsei
    Jan 14, 2019
    In Response to Carl Castle

    Hello Carl! I'm representing IVPN with my reply. We have tried to locate the issue you have mentioned here in any unanswered or answered tickets in our system but we could not. We respond to 99% of tickets under 8 hours and leave none unresolved. Numerous people try IVPN every day and stop during the trial without any issues - anyone can cancel via our website, email or our chat option and we make it very easy and straightforward. Based on all this we have to emphatically reject your claims of our company running a "scam" without any proofs whatsoever. Please provide more details here or through support@ivpn.net of your issue so we can assist you. Viktor Vecsei IVPN


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    Kunta
    •  1
    IVPN - Not for me!

    Very bad experience with IVPN. Servers disconnect every 2- 3 days. The price is too high. Stay far away from IVPN. I'm not sure if you can trust them. Not many servers. In the UK they have 2 server but only gb1 is stable.


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      Not_A_Chance
      •  3
      All Change??

      My last review under User: "Not_A_Chance" This provider has changed recently. I am now not sure if I can trust it any more after all these years. The DNS has become same as IP address because they say some people claim disconnection/stability problems. Don't like that!. New servers added around June 2018 are VERY suspicious, CZ will not connect unless PG2 is disconnected (belt+braces) then get pinged every few seconds by a Danish Edu..... then it shows location as UK (but ping suggests otherwise) DNSleaktest.com is sponsored by IVPN and is out of sync with EVERY other such site like IPleak.net, Doileak.com etc.......... Some of the other new servers have UK registered domain names - BIG SECURITY RISK. The Polish and Czech servers appear to be the same. There are other security concerns since the June 2018 update. I have always trusted them to be "The Best" - not any more!. Thinking of switching to my second choice - CyberGhost. Really hate this provider for these changes but perhaps it's an upgrade in security? Still - some servers registered in UK and "dropping my pants" to connect on some new servers is a real big NO-NO! Have IVPN "SOLD-OUT" to the big boys to get more servers?? Can someone shed any light on this??


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        Features Description
        Number of Server Locations (countries) 13
        Number of servers 37
        Number of IP Addresses 100
        Does VPN keep logs No
        Includes Kill Switch Yes
        Devices per license 5
        Pricing 3.0 / 5.0
        Annual
        $8.33 /month
        Quaterly
        $13.33 /month
        Monthly
        $15.00/month
        Detailed expert review of IVPN
        Guy Fawkes
        (Anonymous Cybersecurity Experts)

        If you are looking for a VPN provider that is serious about your privacy, then IVPN is the company for you. The company is determined to become the leading provider of high-security VPNs, and they have numerous policies in place to protect you. To start with the company located its headquarters in Gibraltar so they would not legally be required to log customer data. This also puts them under the jurisdiction of the EU, and they are in compliance with the Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC). IVPN respects their customer’s privacy starting with the signup process. They collect no personal information that could be used to identify their customers. The only thing you need to provide is a valid e-mail address to be used for such tasks as resetting your password or service notifications. You can even pay in cash so there will be no payment information stored at the company’s headquarters.

        IVPN collects the absolute minimum amount of information necessary for you to use their service. They do not keep any server logs or usage statistics on any of their servers. So even if a hostile entity seizes the VPN servers, there is no personally identifiable information stored on them to extract. When you cancel your account all data related to it is deleted, except for the e-mail address and password used to set up the account. You can, however, request this to be deleted as well by contacting them.

        This focus on high security means that the service is not as flexible as other VPN providers. They do not offer features that may be used to identify you such as static IP addresses. Only shared IP addresses are offered. The protocols they support are OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec using 256 bit AES and 4096 bit RSA encryption technologies. UDP is the default protocol used by their client, but you can switch to TCP if needed. They also do not offer any proxy services, just encrypted VPN connections.

        P2P traffic is supported on all of their servers, and they do not limit your bandwidth in any way. So you can download as many files as you want with their service. Their network consists of 21 servers in 12 countries, but they do suggest that if you are going to use P2P software that you connect to a server outside of the USA. The upstream providers in the USA are subject to receiving DCMA complaints and can shut down IVPN’s service.

        Some of the more noteworthy features of their service include being allowed up to 5 simultaneous connections, and their servers page includes the current server load and uptime percentages for the previous week, month, and year.

        IVPN supports Windows, Linux, Mac OS X computers/laptops along with iOS and Android devices. Support is also provided for any of the pfSense devices that are currently on the market. Home routers that have been flashed with DD-WRT or Tomato firmware can be configured for use with their VPN servers. If you do not wish to do this yourself, you can purchase a router from a partner that is preconfigured to use IVPN’s service.

        Payment options include all major credit cards, PayPal, Bitcoin along with the option to pay in cash. Paying in cash provides an extra layer of anonymity because IVPN does not have to store payment information on their servers. However, paying with cash is only available when purchasing the annual subscription plan.

        • Keeps no logs
        • Targets users with privacy in mind
        • Accepts cash payments
        • Collects no personal information
        • Allows 5 simultaneous connections, can request more
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        Devices per license: 5
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