Are you looking for quality, genuinely helpful VPN reviews? As you probably know by now, that’s not something that’s easy to find. Either you’re reading a crappy “Best VPN review” website whose sole purpose is to make a commission on a sale or you’re watching a poorly produced video.
I’m here to change that with these excellent VPN review videos.
You’ll find that the All Things Secured videos are not only high-quality, they’re also about as unbiased as I can make them. Yes, the links may be affiliate links – I’m not going to try to deceive you there – but I’m judging the VPNs against a set of criteria that remains the same across each service.
You can jump on to the All Things Secured YouTube channel or check out one of the VPN review videos here.
All Things Secured VPN Reviews
Below is the ever-growing list of VPNs that we have reviewed here on All Things Secured. Within each written review you’ll find an in-depth video review that covers:
- Desktop software overview
- Mobile app review
- Features & Benefits
- Who runs and owns the company?
- Final VPN review
In this way, you’ll get a more all-around understanding of which VPN is best for your needs.
What makes ProtonVPN better, or more private, than the hundreds of other VPNs on the market today? In this ProtonVPN review, you’ll see not only see a comparison of the free and premium version and a comparison…
First launched in 2018, Surfshark VPN jumped into a cut-throat industry full of fierce competition. Surprisingly, they have not only survived their first couple of years, they seem to be making a name for themselves. In this…
I’m generally skeptical of all VPNs, which I guess should be considered a good quality when doing critical reviews. So when a VPN homepage boldly proclaims that they are the “fastest VPN ever”…I raise my eyebrow. In…
For the past few months that I’ve been using Mozilla VPN, I’ve had a chance to compare it with other VPN services, understand what makes them unique and discover what features they lack. If you’re looking for…
I’ll warn you right now – this Ivacy VPN review is not going to be the typical analysis you’ll find elsewhere online. You’re not going to find trivial speed tests or meaningless missives about a “no log…
Avast is a well-known suite of internet security applications that includes both antivirus software and their Secureline Virtual Private Network (VPN). In this Avast VPN review, we’re going to take a closer look at everything you need…
Since 2012, NordVPN has been offering VPN security solutions for both personal and business use. More than likely you’ve seen their TV ads or sponsored YouTube videos online, but how reliable are they as a service? In…
IPVanish is a popular virtual private network, or “VPN” service, that has been around since 2012. As we’ll cover in this IPVanish review, there’s a lot to like about this company, but there’s also a bit of…
How to Spot Fake VPN Reviews
The unfortunate reality is that the VPN industry is very shady and more than half of all VPN reviews you’ll find on the internet are fake.
You read that right: half.
So how can you spoke fake VPN reviews?
Based on my experience, there are a few tell-tale signs of a fake review:
- No Listed Author: If the review page doesn’t have an author and the website itself doesn’t have an about page that lists the people who write the content, that’s a huge red flag.
- Gushing Praise: There is no VPN I’ve reviewed in my entire life that deserves gushing praise. If a review is effusive in its praise, it’s likely been paid to do so.
- Marketing Jargon: If the review spends all their time talking about a VPN’s zero-log policy, the server speeds, or where the company is based (BVI! Switzerland!), they either don’t know what they’re talking about or, again, they’re just being paid to write the review.
There are others I could list here but I’ll stop for now. The most important thing you need before using a VPN is this:
Do you trust this company with all of your internet data?
If you can’t say yes with confidence, you shouldn’t be using that VPN.
Other VPN Resources
In addition to these VPN reviews, I recommend you check out some of the other great resources available here on All Things Secured.