Review & Test 2020- Keep This in Mind Before Buying

Guy Fawkes | Updated on 3rd February 2020
Anonymous Cybersecurity Experts is a not-for-profit company that is part of Three Monkeys International Inc., a VC and incubator firm located in the Republic of Seychelles. They provide VPN gateways in 52 countries with over 300 servers currently in operation. Protocol support includes OpenVPN with a 4096-bit DH key with an associated cipher of AES-256-CBC and an auth of SHA512. They also operate their own encrypted DNS service. It's a top choice for privacy, but if you're looking to unlock popular streaming platforms like Netflix, or get past digital censorship, you'd be better with a first-class VPN such as NordVPN or ExpressVPN. offers several add-ons you can use with your connection to help maintain your privacy. You can combine it with OpenVPN’s XOR scrambling method which prevents network traffic sniffers from blocking OpenVPN packets. There is also the option to use Tor’s obfsproxy which will transform your traffic so that no one will recognize it as Tor traffic.

Their logging policy is on par with the rest of the industry as they do not keep any logs. They have even customized the billing platform to remove the IP address recording features from it. For further privacy, they offer Multi-Hop connections that let you randomly route your traffic through several servers across various nodes.

For the torrent users out there does not restrict any of the activity across their services. To further facilitate P2P traffic, provides access to a high bandwidth network they call The Boost Network that is connected to a 50 GBPS backbone network.

A custom and lightweight OpenVPN client called Safejumper is provided for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. It is a fully open source software project hosted on GitHub by It provides DNS leak fix, a Kill Switch feature, and it only logs your current connection to help protect your privacy. also offers OpenVPN routers that are pre-configured to connect to their network.

Support is provided by an online ticketing system and is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. You can get support for any sales, technical, or administration question you may have. Answers to your questions are guaranteed within a maximum of 72 hours. uses Paymentwall for the processing of credit cards, PayPal, prepaid card, SMS/phone, and other common customary payment methods. For Bitcoin, they have chosen Coinbase and eDigiCash for alternative crypto-coins. They also provide the choice to buy anonymous tokens that have no connection to an account at all further increasing your anonymity when using the service.

The subscription plans they offer all come with 1Gbps shared bandwidth, unlimited traffic, Safejumper, OpenVPN, SoftEther, CGIProxy, and access to the add-on packages. The Quick plan gives you access to 72 hours and limits you to servers located in the United States and the Netherlands.'s limited bandwidth and servers could be an issue if you're looking to do more than just protect your privacy online. Opt for a trusted vendor like NordVPN, who offers Netflix streaming, unlimited bandwidth, thousands of servers worldwide, and security all built-in.

Features Details
Number of countries with servers 57
Number of servers 300
Number of IP addresses 570
Does VPN keep logs? No
Does VPN include a kill switch? Yes
Number of devices per license 3
The Bottom Line

Offering features that ensure 100% privacy while online is serious about your privacy, from its rock-solid encryption to its obfuscation techniques. It does have the downside of fewer servers, which means a more difficult time unblocking popular streaming sites like Netflix. That just means that is a better choice if privacy is your biggest concern. Its no-logs policy ensures that your online footprint is never recorded, and its option to pay with cryptocurrency or anonymous tokens can hide the fact that you’re using a VPN at all.

  • 50 GBPS Premium Network
  • OpenVPN with 496-bit Key and 256-bit Tunnel Encryption
  • Multi-Hop Routing
  • Gateways in 52 Countries 
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Number of devices per license : 3
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Feb 5, 2020
  •  1 is down

Their service is down and has been down since January 2020 as others have noted. Can not connect to any of their nodes on any of their ports. They are not answering trouble tickets. Their system does have DNS leaks.

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    Feb 2, 2020
    •  1
    Take the money and run??

    Paid for a year; the service stopped working near the end of December. Had a window of about 2 days a couple of weeks ago where it worked, but unable to connect to any server on any port. No response to trouble tickets. Nobody's home.

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      Feb 1, 2020
      •  1
      Same here. After years of top notch service, they're just silent and dead.

      I've been a happy customer with them for 6 years. Never an issue as well as quick and friendly support. Until December 2019 that is, when they suddenly fell silent and stopped working. I did notice their amount of available servers slowly declining, but didn't expect this. Too bad, as I just renewed my annual membership by December 1st and now I'm out a full year's subscription. This is certainly no way to treat your loyal customers.

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