03 Mar '13, 8am

#VPN Services That Take Your Anonymity Seriously, 2013 Edition (almost all accept #Bitcoin) #Privacy #Anonymous

#VPN Services That Take Your Anonymity Seriously, 2013 Edition (almost all accept #Bitcoin) #Privacy #Anonymous

Our client billing area and VPN/Proxy user auth servers are two completely separate systems. This is to ensure the privacy and securities of our customer’s accounts are upheld at all times. While the customer’s chosen payment method will be linked to the client billing area login, this information is kept completely separate from their VPN/Proxy network. In this way, it’s virtually impossible to “connect the dots” of a paying customer with that of someone who is using the servers. This can become a pain for clients as they are required to remember two sets of logins/passwords, but trust us – it’s in the best interest of security.

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