If you are looking for a super private VPN service, the Seychelles-based VPN – Proxy.sh – is certainly a great match. However, this client suffers from shifty performance and users will have to decide between speed and reliability, and privacy. All the same, Proxy.sh does deliver on online anonymity, with strong OpenVPN protocol, ability to unblock US Netflix, Bitcoin payments, a no-logging policy and cross-platform compatibility offered at competitive prices. While ProXPN supports the modern OpenVPN protocol, its encryption falls short of what other serious VPNs offer. Shelling out a few dollars on ProXPN will unlock unlimited bandwidths, global server coverage, a kill switch and mobile security. TorGuard iOS and Android users will require a third party OpenVPN app to connect to the client, but this minor annoyance is made up for with a wide server network, provision for five simultaneous connections and stealth connections for bypassing firewalls, including those in China.