Many people are understandably skeptical of the VPN industry. Unfortunately, there are plenty of scams and sketchy providers out there that are trying to take advantage of your privacy. Before you start using a VPN, you should do some research and get a feel for how they work and what the right one for you actually is.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss the differences between some of the more popular VPNs out there. We’ll look at which one is right for your needs as well as how to go about selecting the right provider.
Mullvad is a relatively new VPN that has rapidly gained popularity among users because of its excellent speed and security. As an unregistered provider, there are no contracts or subscription fees associated with Mullvad. This means that users can use the service indefinitely, without having to worry about expiring agreements or being charged extra fees after a certain period of time.
As with many other VPNs, Mullvad provides mostly unblocking capabilities, although it does offer a number of other features as well. In addition to mobile apps for PC and Mac, Mullvad also offers an iOS app as well as a browser extension available for Firefox and Chrome browsers. The Mullvad browser extension allows users to set up their VPN connection directly from within the web browser without needing to launch an external client application first. This feature makes it very easy for people who are already familiar with the process of setting up and using a VPN to use Mullvad seamlessly from their browser.
NordVPN is probably one of the best known top-notch providers out there in the world of VPNs – largely because it has been around since 2008, is registered in Panama and uses military-grade encryption standards for data transfer – which makes it well-suited to protect user’s privacy from internet surveillance by state actors and others who may wish to spy on user activity online.