SlickVPN is known for its dedication to security and anonymity. Slick Networks, Inc. is their recognized corporate name, but they have a rather complex business structure to help protect their customer’s identity. They have many layers of offshore holding companies, operating companies, and subsidiary holding companies to help protect their interests. Their main company is located out of the United States, and they have an operational business in Nevis.
If you’re less interested in convoluted privacy measures and more interested in watching Netflix, SlickVPN might not be the right choice for you. I found its unblocking abilities to be patchy at best and would always choose a more reliable service like NordVPN or ExpressVPN instead.
SlickVPN owns all its DNS servers, so you don’t have to worry about them sharing your information with a third party. They are located in over forty-five different countries, and they have over a hundred and twenty-five gateways available. They have gateways in Austria, Australia, Brazil, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Canada, Denmark, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Hungary, Hong Kong, Indian, Iceland, Ireland, Indonesia, Italy, Israel, Latvia, Japan, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Macau, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Panama, Portugal, Romania, Republic of Kosovo, the Russian Federation, South Africa, Singapore, Sweden, Spain, Taiwan, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
They offer PPTP, IPSec, and OpenVPN at 128-bit and 256-bit encryption levels. SlickVPN does not log your traffic or any session data of any type. That means they do not log your real IP address, your session time, or anything that you’re doing on their servers.
They also have a SlickVPN Scramble feature that is available to all of their customer’s accounts. This provides you with an added level of security and privacy by hiding the OpenVPN headers, letting you bypass the Deep Packet Inspection. Using this feature lets you access the network when VPN access has been restricted by a certain location, such as a school, country, workplace, or organization. They also offer a product called HYDRA, which uses multi-destination, multi-hop connections to block someone from tracking your activities online.
All traffic is currently allowed on their servers, so you can file-share with ease and peace of mind.
This company allows you to pay your subscription using cash, PayPal, credit cards, Bitcoin, and money orders. They keep your user authentication and billing information on an independent platform for top-notch security. One is operated in the United States, and the other is operated in Nevis. They offer the capability for you to delete your payment information permanently from their servers at your discretion. All your data is automatically removed from their records shortly after you stop being a paid customer.
|Number of countries with servers||45|
|Number of servers||142|
|Number of IP addresses||1000|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||Unlimited|