You have a right to know about it. VPN without logs is a myth.
How can they not log anything? Foremost, periodic monitoring is a guarantee of stable operation of the system. Secondly, just think about how providers limit the number of devices in a paid subscription without keeping connections active?
Those who claim otherwise are not being honest enough with you. I would be skeptical about such services. If they already abuse your trust, then money has no smell for them. Some records are unavoidable, so check the terms of service in advance. You should be interested in how long the logs are stored and what exactly is recorded in them. I recommend paying attention to the location of the company! The laws of some countries simply force the transfer of confidential data to the authorities or intelligence agencies.
· active sessions;
· time and duration of the sessions;
· data amount;
· type of the web browser;
· public IP address;
· IP address of the server to which the connection was made.
This is anonymized information that is deleted in less than a month. Rest assured, DEEPRISM does not
store user traffic, let alone spy on you. As for DEEPRISM Proxy, the only thing that remains there are critical errors.
I consider it my duty to help those who are faced with a violation of the right to free and equal access to the Internet, and as long as there is an opportunity, I do this.
You can always use a free anonymizer, free VPN or free proxy. No hidden ads, restrictions, unnecessary registrations and applications. Remember, need to set up a VPN with minimal logs, transparent policies, and a good reputation! Back in 2016, an academic article was published stating that more than 38% of free Android VPN apps contain malware (Muhammad Ikram et al., An Analysis of the Privacy and Security Risks of Android VPN Permission-enabled Apps, 2016).
It's hard to disagree, the VPN ecosystem is extremely opaque, and building a beautiful website and app is easy enough. There fore, scammers easily push gullible customers around.