SecureVPN.to Review (2019)

SecureVPN.to Highlights

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  • Country: N/A
  • Logging:  No (Traffic), No (Connection),  No (IP address)
  • Bypass VPN Block (DPI): stunnel
  • Pricing: €7.50 (per month, annual pricing)
  • Allows P2P/ Torrent: N/A
  • Simultaneous connections: Unlimited
  • Live Chat Support: No
  • Custom clients/apps: Yes (Windows)
  • Alternative website: N/A
  • Trustpilot rating: N/A

My First Impression

 The first thing came to mind, when browsing the SecureVPN.to website, was the similarity to oVPN.to. Both have simple websites, probably not backed by a corporate organization, and supported by one or two developers. The website has been active since 2014, and no information provided about the founders or the country of jurisdiction.
 
The website is simple, only in English, and lacks live chat support. The website also does not have Privacy Policy and Terms of service. The only major advantage that drew my attention, was the fact that they do not limit simultaneous connections (capped at 1TB), which is the case only with a few VPN providers. Of course, I should note that sharing an account is not allowed.

Does SuperVPN.to keep logs?

The SuperVPN.to website does not have Privacy Policy or Terms of Service pages, the only source for logging is the F.A.Q. The VPN provider claims that they do not log IP addresses, traffic, session timestamps and similar information. Also, it is stated that there is nothing to be shared with the authorities.

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SuperVPN.to VPN Logging Policy

To sum up, Privacy Policy does not keep three types of log types:

  • traffic logs (i.e user activity)
  • IP address
  • connection logs (i.e. bandwidth, timestamps)
Furthermore, SuperVPN.to shares their no logging proof, as shown on the screenshot below.
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SuperVPN.to VPN No Logging Proof

Does SuperVPN.to bypass Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and similar firewalls?

Countries like China, Turkey, Russia implement firewalls that block access to VPN services. As an example, China uses the Great Wall of China (GFW) system to block most VPNs and proxies. Some VPN providers offer extra protocols, often called StealthVPN or anti-DPI protocols, that help users to bypass VPN block and access free internet.

SuperVPN.to offers one anti-DPI protocol, stunnel. Stunnel is not available on all platforms. Only Windows and Linux users can users can connect using stunnel, whereas macOS, iOS and Android users can only use standard OpenVPN, HTTP proxy and SOCKS5 proxy. 

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SuperVPN.to anti-DPI protocol

Testing SuperVPN.to

I have not yet tested SuperVPN.to. 

Is SuperVPN.to affordable?

SuperVPN.to has a fairly straightforward price plan. If you subscribe yearly, you will be paying €6.25 (approx. $7) per month. The VPN provider does not limit number of devices used at the same time, so it is not easy to calculate per device price. Assuming that you use at least 6 devices, the price is affordable. One should not forget that, the biggest drawback is that stunnel is available only on Windows and Linux devices.

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SuperVPN.to Pricing

SuperVPN.to has only a limited number of payment methods, and most of them are anonymous payment methods. Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, Perfect Money and Paysafe Card are accepted by the provider.

SuperVPN.to offers neither free trial, nor money back guarantee.

 

.What features are offered by SecureVPN.to?

– Supported Platforms

SecureVPN.to supports Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, and Android, with custom softwares only on Windows. The VPN provider adds extra features like kill switch, DNS leak protection,  and WebRTC leak protection. There is no mention of whether they allow or not P2P/torrenting.

– Supported Protocols

SecureVPN.to OpenVPN and stunnel protocols, in addition to HTTP and SOCKS5 proxies.

– Number of Servers

Perfect Privacy has 22 servers in 17 countries.

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SecureVPN.to Features

Conclusion

What I liked:

  • No logs kept (traffic, IP address, connection)
  • Stunnel - only Windows (stealth vpn)
  • Unlimited concurrent connections
  • Bitcoin accepted
  • Kill switch

What I didn’t like:

  • Stunnel only available on Windows and Linux
  • Limited payment options
  • Custom app only on Windows platform
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