VPN Comparison

Welcome to the VPN Comparison!  This section is meant to be a resource to those who value their privacy, specifically those looking for information on VPNs (that isn’t disguised advertising).  When I started down the path of retaking my own privacy, there was very little unbiased and reliable information with regard to VPNs.

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I started researching data about VPN services for my own knowledge, then posted the information online in the hopes the Internet might find my work useful for themselves.  Through the positive feedback and assistance those in the community offered, I’ve been able to take this step into compiling all of my related work in one location and moving away from the Google Spreadsheet that it was originally created on.

Simple VPN Comparison

Green = “Generally good”
Yellow = “Something of concern”
Red = “Something major of concern”.

See how these fields are calculated here.

You can download the original (up-to-date) file using these links:
Excelxlsx | LibreOfficeods

Color blind?  There’s a version of the table for you here.

Detailed VPN Comparison


Green = “Generally good”
Yellow = “Something of concern”
Red = “Something major of concern”
Blank = “Undefined or for reader’s knowledge only.”

See what these fields mean here.

You can download the VPN Comparison Chart in other formats below:
Excelxlsx | LibreOfficeods | CSVcsv

Color blind?  There is a version of the table for you here.

I make every effort to keep the data on the VPN Comparison Chart up to date.  However, parts of it could potentially be incorrect for various reasons – including if a given VPN service is not transparent and does not make the data available on their official site.  Please do your own research if this is of concern.  Note also that if a company does not make available certain data on their website, I may assume the worst and a default field will be used.  This in no way means I am making a claim about a service, but rather noting the data they lack.

If you are with a VPN company and you’d like to request an update to your information, feel free to contact me citing a proper source on the official website and I will be happy to update your data!

(Data last updated on 20/07/19)


Green = “Good badge earned”
Red = “Bad badge earned”.

See what the badges mean here.

Color blind?  There’s a version of the table for you here.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

–That One Privacy Guy