Located in Switzerland, a privacy-friendly location and with over 80 servers all over the world, ProtonVPN offers a robust VPN package. This client utilizes OpenVPN but unlike IPVanish requires a third party OpenVPN client for OSX and Linux. Proton’s Secure Core hides users true IP by passing traffic through multiple servers. Its speeds are marginally slow but this is easily made up for with formidable encryption, a strict zero-logging policy and a competitive pricing plan to boot. Proton disappoints with its lack of a live chat feature and no money-back guarantee, which is now standard in the market. Like Proton, IPVanish supports Bitcoin but goes an extra step to offer a seven-day money-back guarantee. With a capacity to support five devices simultaneously, over 700 servers, DNS leak protection, a kill switch, P2P torrenting and 256-bit AES encryption, IPVanish sets the record straight about its commitment to online security and privacy.