100+ VPN Logging Policies

John Mason

John Mason

Extensive case-study on 100+ VPN providers and their logging policy.

According to our recent research, 26 VPNs out of 115 collect 3 or more important log files which are deeply hidden in their privacy policy.

These include the following “paid” VPNs:

logging policy
Many VPNs still keep logs, one way or another…
  1. PureVPN
  2. HideMyAss
  3. HotSpot Shield
  4. VPN Unlimited
  5. VyprVPN
  6. Astrill
  7. ZoogVPN
  8. Buffered
  9. TigerVPN
  10. Boleh VPN
  11. Anonymizer
  12. IPinator
  13. Seed4.me
  14. AnonVPN
  15. FlyVPN
  16. SunVPN
  17. iPredator
  18. HideIP VPN
  19. VPN Gate
  20. HolaVPN
  21. Faceless.me
  22. Betternet
  23. Ace VPN
  24. Flow VPN
  25. Freedom-IP
  26. IronSocket

VPN logs

Bottom line, if you aren’t doing anything illegal, you should be fine. But what’s the point of having a VPN anyway? It’s for keeping you fully private and anonymous.

Hence the reason we don’t recommend using the VPNs listed above.

Based on extensive research, we prepared a list of over 110 VPN services and indicate whether they keep logs or not. We also include a statement from their website — usually their TOS or Privacy Policy page — so you can see their stance in their own words.

Back to Best VPN list.


26 VPN Providers That Keep 3 or More Alarming Log Files:

1. PureVPN

Some logging despite being advertised as “No Logs”

purevpn logging policy
Image from: https://www.purevpn.com/privacy-policy.php

Claiming “No Logs”: “We do not monitor user activity nor do we keep any logs. We therefore have no record of your activities such as which software you used, which websites you visited, what content you downloaded, which apps you used, etc. after you connected to any of our servers.

“Actual” logs collected by PureVPN:

  • Your name
  • Your email address
  • Your phone number
  • Your IP address
  • Bandwidth data
  • Connection timestamps

Read the full review on PureVPN

2. HideMyAss!

Some logging

HideMyAss logging policy
Image from: https://www.hidemyass.com/legal/logging

Claiming “No Logs”: “We DO NOT store details of, or monitor, the resources (including websites) you connect to or any of the data sent or received over our network, when using our VPN service.”

“Actual” logs collected by HMA:

  • Connection timestamp
  • Bandwidth data
  • Your IP address
  • Your VPN server IP address

Read the full review on HideMyAss!

3. Hotspot Shield

Some logging

HotSpot Shield logging policy
Image from: https://www.hotspotshield.com/privacy/

Statement from their website: “We collect only anonymous, aggregate data about which websites our users visit and which apps our users use. We do not attribute any specific website visits or app usage to any specific user.

“Actual” logs collected by HotSpot Shield:

  • Your Email
  • Your IP address
  • Your username

In addition to that, a CSIRO study concluded that HotSpot Shield uses tracking codes to gather information about their user’s and then sells this information to advertisers. They also found that HotSpot Shield would regularly redirect user traffic through one of their affiliate networks in order to profit from purchases that their customers made while using the VPN.

Read the full review on Hotspot Shield

4. VPN Unlimited (by KeepSolid Inc.)

Some logging

vpn unlimited logging policy
Image from: https://www.vpnunlimitedapp.com/blog/informational-and-technical-logs-vpn/

Statement from their website: “KeepSolid Inc. does NOT collect and log any user activities while using any of their VPN services, except the total amount of web traffic for each session and session dates, for displaying them in user’s web cabinet and within the VPN client apps.

“Actual” logs collected by HotSpot Shield:

  • Connection timestamps
  • Your device type
  • Your connection type
  • Your encryption type

Read the full review on VPN Unlimited

5. VyprVPN

Some logging

Image from: https://www.goldenfrog.com/privacy

Statement from their website: “VyprVPN does not log a user’s traffic or the content of any communications.

“Actual” logs collected by VyprVPN:

  • Your IP address
  • Your VPN server IP address
  • Connection timestamps
  • Bandwidth data

Read the full review on VyprVPN

6. Astrill

Some logging

Astrill logging policy
Image from: https://www.astrill.com/privacy-policy

Claims “No Logs”: “No logs kept.

“Actual” logs collected by Astrill:

  • Your IP address
  • Connection timestamps
  • Your country
  • Your device

Read the full review on Astrill VPN

7. ZoogVPN

Some logging

ZoogVPN logging
Image from: https://zoogvpn.com/privacy

Claims “No Logs”: “We strictly do not collect or keep any information on user activity, the websites or apps the user uses, user IP addresses, or user log-in/log-out sessions.

“Actual” logs collected by ZoogVPN:

  • Your email
  • Your name
  • Bandwidth data
  • Cookies

Read the full review on ZoogVPN

8. Buffered VPN

Some logging

Buffered logging policy
Image from: https://buffered.com/privpol

Statement from their TOS: “We do not as a matter of ordinary practice store private information about individual user activities on our network, such as emails, chats, VOIP calls, websites visited, etc.

“Actual” logs collected by Buffered:

  • Your IP address
  • Your OP system
  • Your browser
  • Bandwidth data
  • Connection timestamps

Read the full review on Buffered

9. TigerVPN

Some logging

TigerVPN logging policy
image from: https://www.tigervpn.com/terms-and-conditions

Claims “No Logs”: “We are committed to your privacy and do not collect or log traffic data or browsing activity from individual users connected to our VPN.

“Actual” logs collected by TigerVPN:

  • Your name
  • Your email address
  • Payment information
  • Bandwidth data
  • Connection timestamps

Read the full review on TigerVPN

10. BolehVPN

Full logging

boleh vpn logs
Image from: https://www.bolehvpn.net/terms-of-service/

Statement from their website: “BolehVPN does not keep logs of user activity or access. We do keep logs of general traffic throughput of our servers to ascertain loading and usage of our servers but not at an individual level. However if we do notice any unusual activity on our servers (high bandwidth loading, high number of connections or cpu usage) we may turn on logs temporarily to identify abuse of our services (such as DoS or spamming through our servers).

11. Anonymizer

Full logging

Logging policy
Image from: https://www.anonymizer.com/terms-of-use

Statement from their website: “To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Anonymizer may monitor e-mail, or other electronic communications and may disclose such information in the event it has a good faith reason to believe it is necessary for purposes of ensuring your compliance with this Agreement, and protecting the rights, property, and interests of the Anonymizer Parties or any customer of a Anonymizer Party.

In short, Anonymizer logs everything it can…

12. IPinator

Full logging

IPinator logging policy
Image from: http://ipinator.com/terms-of-service.html

Statement from their website: “We do not keep content logs of use or share any of your private information with any third party, although we do not keep content logs of use or share any of your private information with any third party, we will turn over any information we do have if required to do so by law.

13. Seed4.me

Full logging

seed4 logging policy
Image from: https://seed4.me/blog/no-logs-on-vpn-servers/

Statement from their website: “We are often asked: “Do you keep logs?” and the answer is “Yes, we do”.

14. AnonVPN

Full logging

AnonVPN logging policy
Image from: https://anonvpn.io/terms.php

Statement from their website: “It cannot be guaranteed that other means of communications (e.g. mail, facsimile, and voice telephone service) will ever be 100% secure. And therefore, we always recommend using common sense.

15. FlyVPN

Full logging

FlyVPN logging policy
Image from: https://www.flyvpn.com/terms.html

Statement from their website: “When you use FlyVPN, we will record the following information:

  • Your full name
  • Your email address
  • Your phone number
  • Your local IP
  • Timestamp you successfully accessed
  • The VPN IP which is assigned to you
  • The port number which is assigned to you
  • Timestamp you disconnected

16. SunVPN

Full logging

SunVPN logging
Image from: http://www.sunvpn.net/privacy-policy

Statement from their website: “If we have reasonable grounds to suspect that an end user is involved in online criminal activities, we reserve the right to notify law enforcement agencies.

17. iPredator

Some logging

iPredator logging files
Image from: https://ipredator.se/page/legal

Statement from their website: “We minimize the use of logs within our systems and only grant access to them to a selected number of staff for debugging when service quality is an issue.

“Actual” logs collected by iPredator:

  • Your name
  • Your telephone number
  • Your email address
  • Your payment info

18. HideIP VPN

Some logging

HideIPVPN logging policy
Image from: https://www.hideipvpn.com/terms-of-service/

Statement from their website: “HideIPVPN will not intentionally monitor private electronic mail messages sent or received by its clients unless required to do so by law, governmental authority, or when public safety is at stake. HideIPVPN may, however, monitor its service electronically to determine that its facilities are operating satisfactorily.

19. VPN Gate

Full logging

VPN Gate logging policy
Image from: http://www.vpngate.net/en/about_abuse.aspx

Statement from their website:We always keep VPN Connections Logs of VPN Gate Public VPN Relay Servers for three or more months.

20. Hola VPN

Full logging

Hola VPN logs
Image from: https://hola.org/legal/privacy

Statement from website: “We do not share your Personal Information with third parties except with your specific consent pursuant to this Privacy Policy or if required by applicable laws or court order“.

21. Faceless.ME

Some Logging

Faceless.me VPN logging policy
Image from: https://faceless.me/faq

Statement from their website:“We only track your data usage totals and your IP address, which is required for our internal bookkeeping. And even this data is kept on our servers for a limited time.

22. Betternet

Some logging

Betternet logging policy
Image from: https://www.betternet.co/privacy-policy

Claims “No Logs”: “Betternet does not collect, log, store, share any data log belonging to users.”

“Actual” logs collected by Betternet:

  • Your IP address
  • Your name
  • Your email address
  • Username

23. Ace VPN

Some logging

Ace VPN logging
Image from: https://www.acevpn.com/privacy-policy/

Claims “No Logs”: “We do not spy on our users and we don’t monitor their Internet usage.

“Actual” logs collected by AceVPN:

  • Your IP address
  • Your name
  • Your email address
  • Telephone number

24. Flow VPN

Full logging

FlowVPN logging policy
Image from: https://www.flowvpn.com/terms-vpn/

Statement from their website: “We reserve the rights to log subscription information (including transaction references), connecting IP address, authentication requests, session data (allocated IP, connection date, time, duration etc)“.

25. Freedom-IP

Some logging

Freedom-ip logging policy
Image from: https://freedom-ip.com/en/terms/privacy

Statement from their website: “Does not record the content of communications.

… but they do gather your log files:

  • IP Address of connection
  • Start time of session
  • End time of session
  • Data received of session
  • Data sent of session

26. IronSocket

Some logging

IronSocket logging policy
Image from: https://ironsocket.com/privacy-policy

Statement from their website: “We DO NOT LOG or record in any manner the content you access while using our Services.

“Actual” logs collected by IronSocket:

  • Your IP address
  • Connection timestamp
  • Bandwidth usage

Strict “No Logging” VPNs

1. ExpressVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “ExpressVPN is committed to your privacy and does not collect or log browsing history, traffic destination, data content, or DNS queries from Subscribers connected to our VPN.”

Read our full review on ExpressVPN

2. NordVPN

Strict No Logging

Statement from their website: “From the moment NordVPN.com user turns on NordVPN.com software, their internet data becomes encrypted. It becomes invisible to governments, ISPs, third party snoopers and even NordVPN.com. Further, we have a strict no-logs policy when it comes to seeing user activity online.”

Read our full review on NordVPN

3. Mullvad

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “No, we do not store activity logs of any kind.”

Read our full review on Mullvad VPN

4. WindScribe

Strict no logs

Statement from their website: “Since we store the bare minimum for a customer to actually use our service, any request for user data would yield nothing of value. We do not store any logs on who used what IP address, so we cannot tie user activity to any single user.”

Read our full review on WindScribe

5. ProtonVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “ProtonVPN is a no logs VPN service. We do not track or record your internet activity, and therefore, we are unable to disclose this information to third parties.”

Read our full ProtonVPN review

6. Private Internet Access

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “Private Internet Access absolutely does not keep any logs, of any kind, period.”

Read full review on PIA

7. TorGuard

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “TorGuard.net does not store or log any traffic or usage from its Virtual Private Network (VPN) or Proxy.”

Although

Read full review on TorGuard VPN

8. IVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We do not store any connection logs whatsoever. In addition we do not log bandwidth usage, session data or requests to our DNS servers.”

Read our full review on IVPN

9. HIDE.me

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We do not monitor or log your browsing behavior. It is impossible to record your browsing behavior with our technical backend. All the usage data is anonymous and not connected to your real, public IP address.”

Read full review on Hide Me

10. TunnelBear

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “TunnelBear does NOT store users originating IP addresses when connected to our service and thus cannot identify users when provided IP addresses of our servers. Additionally, we cannot disclose information about the applications, services or websites our users consume while connected to our Services; as TunnelBear does NOT store this information.”

Read full review on Tunnelbear VPN

11. CyberGhost

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “CyberGhost keeps no logs which enable interference with your IP address, the moment or content of your data traffic.”

Read full review on CyberGhost VPN

12. Trust.Zone

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “All our VPN servers around the world ARE NOT storing any log files to keep your privacy safe. All the usage data is anonymous and not connected to your real, public IP address.”

Read full review on Trust.Zone

13. Avira Phantom VPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “AVIRA claims to keep no logs of user data.”

14. Avast SecureLine

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “Doesn’t log websites visited or app usage.”

Read our review on Avast Secureline VPN

15. SaferVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “At SaferVPN we guarantee that we will never log your browsing activity, data, or IP addresses.”

Read full review on SaferVPN

16. Ivacy

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We strictly do NOT log or monitor any online activities of any of our customers that would allow us to associate any specific activity to any specific use.”

Read full review on Ivacy VPN

17. StrongVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “StrongVPN does not collect or log any traffic or use of its Virtual Private Network service.”

Read full review on StrongVPN

18. VPNArea

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We do not monitor, record or store logs for any single customer’s VPN activity. We do not monitor, record or store any login dates, timestamps, incoming and outgoing IP addresses, bandwidth statistics or any other identifiable data of any VPN users using our VPN servers.”

Read full review on VPNArea

19. ZenMate

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “Our objective is that no personal data is collected, processed or permanently stored.”

Read full review on Zenmate VPN

20. proXPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “proXPN’s VPN software lets you surf the web the way it was intended: anonymously and without logging and tracking your activity.”

Read our full review on proXPN

21. AirVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “No monitoring nor logging of your online activities.”

Read our full review on AirVPN

22. FrootVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We save no traffic data and store no logs. This means that we NEVER log your IP address, times and similar details. We offer anonymous surfing and our policy is to safeguard our user’s privacy at all times. We will never ask our users for any personal data. We never monitor or log your internet activity.”

Read full review on FrootVPN

23. PrivateVPN

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “PrivateVPN does not collect or log any traffic or use of its service.

Read the full review on PrivateVPN

24. VPNSecure

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We do not log any personal information when connecting to our service.”

Read full in-depth review on VPNSecure

25. Perfect Privacy

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “We do not monitor, review, log or store your communication/connection data.”

26. IPVanish

Strict no logging

Statement from their website: “IPVanish does not collect or log any traffic or use of its Virtual Private Network service.”

Read our full review on IPVanish

VPNs That Don’t Log Important Info/Data

1. WorldVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not spy on our users and we don’t monitor their Internet usage. We do not keep logs with our users’ activity.”

2. SpyOFF VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “For your safety, we do not record any usage data or connection logs.”

3. Slick VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not log customer activity whatsoever.”

4. VPNLux

No important log files

Statement from their website: “In order to ensure users security, as well to protect against infringement by third parties on the user’s personal data, We do not store logs (visited resources and other network activity of users).”

5. OneVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not track physical addresses and locations, numbers, or any other personal information. We do not store or keep records of your IP and details of your payment process. We do not keep track of your online activities because that is what we provide, privacy and protection.”

6. LiquidVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “The websites you visit and the type of data you’re sending/receiving is your business. We do not monitor this kind of traffic.”

7. MyIP.io

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We don’t log your activities when connected.”

8. ibVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “ibVPN does not collect or log any traffic or use of its Virtual Private Network service.”

9. blackVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “NO LOGS! No activity logs. No connection logs. No bandwidth logs. No DNS logs.”

10. BulletVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not log any user activity (sites visited, DNS lookups, emails etc.).”

11. CactusVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We have adopted Zero Logs policy. That means we don’t keep this type of logs: traffic, DNS reqs, timestamps, IPs, bandwidth, connection logs or any other type of logs that can be tracked to a single person.”

12. CitizenVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “By not logging your IP address when you use the VPN server, and not storing credit-card information or your name/address, we ensure that should our servers ever be raided by the authorities or by anyone else, then there will be no identifying information to find.”

13. Unblock VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “The Provider neither tracks the content of the information transferred or saved by the User nor actively searches for realities and circumstances pointing to the illegal content of the User’s information or potential illegal activities of the User. The Provider respects the User’s privacy and does not track the User’s activities when using the Services.”

14. VPN.AC

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We don’t log or monitor any of our customers’ traffic.”

15. SaturnVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not and will not monitor user sessions for inappropriate behavior, unless compelled to by law enforcement with proper documentation and paperwork.”

16. Privatoria

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Privatoria as zero logs VPN provider guarantees your privacy and anonymity online. We do not provide information about the online activity of our users to third parties since we do not store it. It includes IP-addresses, online surfing history, user session data and other sensitive data.”

17. PandaPow VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not under any circumstance store any private information about our user activities on our network, such as emails, chats, VOIP calls, websites visited, etc.”

18. nVpn.net

No important log files

Statement from their website: “If you do choose to use one of many free proxy services there is a great chance that your credit card and/or passwords will be subject to fraud because they log your activity! With nVpn.net you can anonymize and encrypt your entire Internet activities.”

19. DefenceVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “DefenceVPN does not store or log any traffic or usage from its Virtual Private Network (VPN). We do log total data used during a session, stored by username. We do not keep traffic logs, incoming or outgoing timestamps, IP address’s during a session.”

20. GOOSE VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Goose does not cache, log, collect, store, aggregate and use any information whatsoever about user’s internet activities through the servers on the GOOSE network.”

21. Liberty VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Complete anonymity, your internet activity cannot be monitored. We do NOT keep logs.”

22. IdentityCloaker.com

No

Statement from their website: “While surfing the web through Identity Cloaker proxy or VPN servers, we do not store the addresses of the visited websites or other resources and we store no transported data for a period longer than necessary to finish the Internet data transfer handover.”

23. BoxPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We NEVER keep online activity logs or store private information about individual user activities on our network.”

24. CELO.net VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “At CELO.net, we take privacy very seriously, therefore we do not keep any user activity logs on any of our servers for security and privacy purposes.”

25. Banana VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Banana VPN does not log any user activity whatsoever (sites visited, dns lookups, emails etc.)”

26. TUVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “As our company registered on British Viriginia Islands, so we allowed to DO NOT STORE any logs.”

27. EarthVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “EarthVPN neither logs VPN usage nor user activity. Neither us nor third parties are technically able to match an IP address to an account. Under no circumstances we will provide any personal or private information to third parties.”

28. SmartVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We have no interest in the tracing the websites you visit. We do only store the connection times and total data usage, and they are stored for a limited time.”

29. Cryptostorm

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not retain “logs” of member activity on the network because it is not possible to do so given the production environment we use.”

30. AzireVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “AzireVPN does NOT log any traffic or user activity while using our service.”

31. VPN Baron

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We keep no logs. Unlike our competitors that like gathering data about you and your internet activity.”

32. OctaneVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not log what your IP address is, what websites you visit, what protocols you use, or what data you send and receive through our service.”

33. VPN Land

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not spy on our users and we don’t monitor their Internet usage.”

34. VPN.ht

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We don’t keep logs, so we don’t know what you do with our service.”

35. OVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “OVPN does not log any activity from customers when connected to our VPN service. Thus, we do not know who is connected to our service, what they are doing or when they are doing it. At a bare minimum, this means that we do not store any bandwidth information for users or any timestamps for connections.”

36. Torrent Privacy

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Our servers do not store logs of your online activity.”

37. CyberSilent

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not keep any logs or monitor user activity. We do not keep any records of anything that could associate any specific activity to a specific user.”

38. HeadVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “The Website does not, and will not, actively monitor user activity for inappropriate behavior, nor do we maintain direct logs of any customer’s Internet activities.”

39. Proxy.sh

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Proxy.sh does not collect or log any traffic or use of its proxy technologies including virtual private networks.”

40. Doublehop

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Zero, zip, zilch, nada. For realsies, /dev/null 2>&1. We have nothing to share with authorities, even if we felt compelled to.”

41. SecureVPN.to

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not log your IP, the source or destination of your traffic, session timestamps or any other individually identifying information. Since we do not log anything, we have no information to share with any authority.”

42. VPNAUS

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Our VPN secures your traffic and browsing data through encryption. We don’t store any history. You can browse the internet knowing what you do will remain private and confidential.”

43. oVPN.to

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We don’t create or store any logfiles or any client identifying data.”

44. Traceless.me

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Data content that the user sends or receives when using this service is never stored by Traceless.”

45. GoTRUSTED

No important log files

Statement from their website: “No Monitoring of Your Browsing Habits like ALL “Free” VPNs.”

46. FrostVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “FrostVPN does not monitor, record or store logs for any VPN user. We do not log or Store web traffic data including Websites visited, files downloaded, etc.”

47. Ghost Path

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not log any data related to your VPN sessions.”

48. INCOGNiTO

No

Statement from their website: “We do not collect information concerning the content you transmit through the Services or the specific websites that you visit.”

49. Anonine

No important log files

Statement from their website: “Majority of the servers in our network are servers that we own and manage ourselves. We keep no logs on these servers, and our policy is to guarantee connection to these servers at all times.”

50. FinchVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “FinchVPN does NOT throttle, rate-limit, monitor, record, or store the content of a customer’s Internet activities. We do not store web traffic data, including websites visited, files downloaded, etc.”

51. Disconnect

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not collect information about your online activities over time and across third-party websites or online services.”

52. in-Disguise.com

No important log files

Statement from their website: “No, we do not log client’s activity, but in no event this can’t be treated as appeal to use our service for illegal purposes.”

53. Hide ALL IP

No important log files

Statement from their website: “No, Hide ALL IP is 100% anonymous, no any logs kept.”

54. Insorg.org

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not collect statistics, logs of user’s activity on the PROXY servers.”

55. IntroVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We don’t keep any activity logs, and do not ask for personal information. Your IP address is replaced by one of our secure ips from our network.”

56. Le VPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not and will not actively monitor user sessions for inappropriate behaviour, nor do we maintain direct logs of any customer’s Internet activities. We do not store private information about any individual user’s activities on our network, such as emails, chats, VOIP calls, websites visited, etc.”

57. Liberty Shield

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We are committed to your privacy and do not collect or log traffic data or browsing activity from individual users connected to our VPN.”

58. NexTGenVPN

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not have the means nor the desire to access, control, anaylize or restrict in any way what you are doing online. We only keep technical data records to ensure our services are always exceeding your expectations.”

59. RA4W

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We do not monitor or log any content of the VPN (Virtual Private Network) tunnels themselves!”

60. Unlocator

No important log files

Statement from their website: “No logging.”

61. Unspyable

No important log files

Statement from their website: “No logs or backups of any kind are kept ensuring that your communications remain private.”

62. VPNJack

No important log files

Statement from their website: “No usage logs kept.”

63. FoxyProxy

No important log files

Statement from their website: “We don’t track what you do with your VPN/proxy services. We don’t sell your data or personal info, if you provide it.”

Conclusion: Read “Terms of Usage” or “Privacy Policy” before signing up

Before singing up to any VPN service, make sure you double check their logging privacy and TOS page. You’ll be surprised to find that despite being advertised as “no logs” VPN, they still might collect some private data from you through VPN.