General overview
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Today on the radar we have a VPN provider called Ultra VPN - service that was founded in 2006 and since 2020 is owned by the American company Aura, which is engaged in the digital protection of Internet users. Ultra VPN is inferior to many VPN providers in terms of functionality, for security it uses a reliable military-grade AES encryption with a 256-bit key length and Hydra and IPSec/IKEv2 protocols, among additional features there is an emergency killswitch and Exclude domain function, which we will talk about later. The server network of Ultra VPN is small in comparison with other VPN services and consists of 123 servers, but it covers the whole world, represented in 81 countries, 117 locations, servers have unlimited bandwidth and provide high speed and performance. However, there are a number of disadvantages of the service, especially privacy rights, which we will discuss in detail later plus the service is registered in the USA, as we one of the worst choices for registering a VPN, especially if the service keeps logs.

We made this review that you have detailed information about this service, saving your time for research, which we did for you, including speed testing, leak test, etc., from the information obtained, you can decide for yourself, based on your own needs, whether this service suits you or not.

General highlights

Best Price
Logging policy
Partially saves logs
Torrenting policy
Servers count
Customer support
Email and Live chat
Money back guarantee
30 days
Logging policy & Jurisdiction
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Ultra VPN is registered in the United States, a country which is one of the founders of the Five Eyes Alliance, for those who do not know, the countries members of this alliance actively exchange intelligence, although the country has a loyal policy regarding free Internet access and data privacy, but still due to a number of articles and advanced surveillance equipment, the country is noticed in mass online surveillance, these facts are not favorable for registration of the VPN. But if the privacy policy is zero user logs, then the service can still be trusted because there is simply nothing to show, but Ultra VPN is not, the service collects a significant amount of your personal information, namely email address, username, name, social security number, phone number, approximate location information based on IP address and other personal information. Google Analytics is used for analytics, which is a poor choice when it comes to privacy. Of course, all these data are not transmitted to third parties, with the exception of the approximate location (this information can be transmitted to marketers), but it seriously makes you think about your own data privacy, as the service keeps them for a certain period of time (it is not specified how long) and according to U.S. law will provide data about users if there is a legitimate reason. This fact suggests that if privacy and anonymity of your digital identity is a priority, this service is clearly not for you.