Lokun stopped its activities in the month of September 2016.
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Based in Iceland, Lokun in a no-nonsense VPN provider that uses only one protocol – the OpenVPN protocol. Their network consists of only one VPN gateway located in Iceland and two DNS servers located there as well. You are limited to the encryption ciphers that are configured on their VPN servers, but you are free to choose any port you like on either the UDP or TCP protocols with one exception, TCP port 22. Lokun allows you to access the VPN service from as many computers as you own, keeping them on par with bigger providers. In keeping with the no-nonsense approach, encryption and authentication and VPN encryption settings are automated with PKI certificates. As with other providers, Lokun allows you to connect as many devices as you need to from a single IP address, which allows you to remain anonymous on the internet, as well as keeps your devices synced.
The only client software Lokun provides is a simple Windows program that helps you connect to the VPN. For Mac OS X user they recommend downloading and using Tunnelblick, an open source graphic user interface for OpenVPN. Linux users need to download the key file and configure the OpenVPN client manually, and instructions are provided on Lokun’s website.
Lokun has policies in place to protect your privacy, and they are on par with some of the bigger VPN providers. They do not keep and server logs unless there is an issue they need to troubleshoot, but the logs are destroyed once they have resolved it. Account information is limited to the username and encrypted password you created, the remaining term of your subscription, and your payment information. Payment information only is kept if you pay by credit card or bank transfer, but not if you pay by Bitcoin. For Bitcoin transactions, only the amount of the transaction is recorded, and this is for tax purposes only. You can also request that Lokun removes all of your registration information from their servers when you cancel your subscription, so there is no trace that you even had an account with them. Lokun also states that they do not provide any of this information unless they are served with a court order from an Icelandic authority, so you’re protected.
The pricing is straightforward and comes with a 1 TB data transfer limit. If you exceed this limit, you will have to pay more to continue using the service. They accept major credit cards, bank transfers, and bitcoin as payment. They also offer a 7-day money back guarantee in case you are not satisfied with the service.
|Does VPN keep logs?||Partially|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||1|