NordVPN is a full-featured, security-conscious private VPN with 5000 servers in 60 countries, and up to six simultaneous connections and protocols, including OpenVPN, IKEv2/IPSec, and Wireguard.
NordVPN’s no-logs policy means that the provider does not collect or store personal data in any form. This also means that your data cannot be shared with third parties or stolen. The no-logs policy is one of the most important features to consider when choosing a VPN. This is especially important when the main reason for such a purchase is to maximize the protection of your online privacy.
Deloitte conducted an audit from November 21 to December 10 last year. The review was a mixture of interviews with NordVPN employees along with a detailed checkup of the server configuration, technical logs, and other servers in the NordVPN infrastructure. These include standard configurations, Double VPN, obfuscated servers, Onion over VPN, and P2P optimized servers as well as all privacy-related settings like SmartPlay and a malware-blocking tool.
NordVPN’s previous audit took place in 2019 to examine all aspects of the service and revisit the policy of no-user activity logs. The audit was conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, a reputable audit firm based in Zurich.