1. cryptofree is CS own way of giving back to community its VPN service (free but speed-is-limited)
2. Tokens = CS network access
I obtained mine numerous times from cryptostorm.is site
and ofc from its resellers
3. https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... format=csv
See the above two reference links, (yes, do kindly download the excel / csv).
Now narrow down with me the criteria of a good vpn :
Globally, and after eliminating the not so stellar providers, you will notice that there are only 4 to 6 VPN services globally that keep to their promise of no/ or zero-logging.
I brought my shortlist down to five (5) VPN providers due to one of VPN companies being in my country's jurisdiction.
Below are the criteria that must be met satisfactorily by a decent, no logging vpn provider.
Based in (Country) "Five Eyes" "Nine Eyes" "Fourteen Eyes" - Nope (at least not yet)
With financials in Quebec,
biz registered in Iceland, server clusters decentralized) CS is at its best possible ability to be outside of USA or Canada snooping laws - that is until the NWO makes it totally impossible -- muhaha..
here it is to be noted that FreedomeVPN came very close to meeting all the criteria, so kudos to F-Secure, thus i hope their AV products do not spy on customers (unlike Symantec and Kaspersky
fancy them being both pwned by Russia and some other country .. cough cough.. ) ; if F-Secure does not spy on its AV users or log vpn connections + metadata ; then they are really doing a great job gj there !).
Country Enemy of the Internet - No
Logging of Traffic:
a. DNS Requests
d. IP Address (connection address, normally your ISP provided address)
CS is among the few that assert that all four as 'no' logging.
Anonymous Payment Methods:
Accepts Bitcoin - Yes, among many other methods
Gives back to Privacy Causes Yes (and I don't think I am alone in vouching for this criteria)
Meets PrivacyToolsIO Criteria - Yes
DNS and IP Leak protection(s) :
Kill switch - Not fully possible to implement a working kill switch yet
1st Party DNS Servers - Yes (ie no 3rd-party run/ owned DNS resolvers)
IPv6 Supported / Blocked - Yes
Supports multi-hop :
yes in a way they do support ""multi-hop"", see the CS voodoo network explanation
Zero misleading claims / facts -- > None-to-date