The competition between StrongVPN and ibVPN is tight as both VPNs compete more or less on the same tier. Starting with security, ibVPN and StrongVPN use military-grade encryption and support a wide range of security protocols. The most common ones are IKEv2, IPsec, L2TP, OpenVPN, and SSTP. Offering several more protocol options, including Stealth VPN and SoftEther, and anonymity features such as double VPN and Tor over VPN, ibVPN stands out. Both share a very strict no-logs policy and have built-in kill switches in most apps. Speaking of apps, these two VPNs have dedicated clients for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. With StrongVPN, you can connect up to 12 devices simultaneously, while you only get 5 simultaneous connections with ibVPN’s Ultimate VPN plan. Regarding pricing, ibVPN offers more subscription options at a lower cost; StrongVPN only offers two subscription plans and they are pricier. With ibVPN, you get a 24-hour free trial and a 15-day money-back guarantee. With StrongVPN, there is no free trial, but the money-back guarantee period is doubled to 30 days. StrongVPN has lots more servers at 650+ compared to ibVPN’s 150+ servers. However, ibVPN’s server network spans across more countries (40+ versus StrongVPN’s 20+), giving you better global coverage. Let’s look at a category-by-category comparison to see who will come out as the leading VPN.