Ivacy Review

Ivacy is a VPN that keeps improving over the years. It’s a great service for all kinds of customers with easy access to unblocked sites, support for P2P file sharing, useful and customizable features, fast speeds and a whole range of supported devices. All this comes wrapped up in the nice metaphorical paper that is the attractive pricing of all available plans and the added password manager is the perfect ribbon.
Ivacy was founded in 2007 and over a decade later it can already say that it has conquered its space in the VPN market thanks to a fast, worldwide network of servers. On top of that, the Singaporean company provides the best encryption level and even some additional tools – like split tunneling, a kill switch and IPv6 leak protection – that will make all its users happy but especially those interested in torrenting. In fact, Ivacy is an active supporter of P2P and file sharing and its attractive client is built to accommodate such activities, and covers a host of platforms ranging from computers and mobile devices to routers and more. Ivacy is also a title-winning contender when it comes to pricing, too, since it has a very nice price/quality ratio, as well as allowing those that want to try the service without commitment to do so with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The range of features is arguably the strongest point of Ivacy’s service. There are those that are available by default and allow users’ control over when to use them and there are others that can be added to the bill separately, but all are proof that the company doesn’t hesitate on giving its clients what they ask for.

The first contact that users have with Ivacy is very smooth and easy to understand, which is important to capture their interest right away. Its desktop client fulfils all of the expectations but it is especially worth highlighting its combining of preestablished features with a decent level of customization, which makes Ivacy suitable for both newcomers and the most demanding customers. For instance, the latter will be happy to know that they can choose whether or not they want to use the kill switch, enable IPv6 leak protection or split tunneling, and much more.

This high level of customization is extended to VPN protocols, too, which is great for those that want to control whether they have a faster or safer connection. Useful options like having the VPN start at the computer’s launch or enabling it to automatically reconnect when the kill switch activates – among other things – can all be accessed from a well-elaborated settings page.

Compatable with:

Windows

Apple iOS

Android

Linux

Privacy Protection

When it comes to security there are four protocols to choose from and this will play an important role in the speed and overall security of any given connection. The most common choice will be OpenVPN – on either UDP or TCP – but PPTP, L2TP and IKEv2 are also available. The encryption level, however, cannot be changed – unless using PPTP, which doesn’t apply encryption and therefore is faster, but unsafe – and is set at 256-bit, which is still the most popular and reliable today. Likewise, it’s also important to say that Ivacy is ruled by its no-log policy and because it’s headquartered in Singapore this can be considered trustworthy.

Features

  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Rock-Solid Security
  • 100+ Locations
  • Multi Logins

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