I dug a little looking here on Wilders and didn't notice anything, at least not current and I wanted to ask that we make a list here and give some feedback and discuss the different anonymous services out there. The last service I used was Relakks. It seemed to work nice, but I've heard some bad about it, keeping logs, etc., so I'm not to sure about them, but I'm considering using another anonymous vpn service and I'd really like to know what's going on out there over these types of services if anyone really stands out as one of the top services to use? BTGuard (Known of them, never used the service) http://btguard.com/ Relakks ( I used them in the past, they seemed good, but I've heard mixed things...) https://www.relakks.com/index.php Ipredator (Suppose to have something to do with Piratebay?) https://www.ipredator.se/?lang=en Anonymizer (Heard bad things in the past, wouldn't trust using them) http://www.anonymizer.com/ HideMyNet: (Can't say I know anything) http://www.hidemynet.com/ Xerobank (I actually used the service as a tester given to me by Steve when it began, so back then it was nice, now I don't know, haven't used it since it first started) https://xerobank.com/ As far as Relakks and Ipredator are concerned since they are in Sweden I don't know if this is still a problem for using a Swedish service; In June the Swedish parliament passed a controversial surveillance law that gives authorities a mandate to read all email and listen in on all phone calls without warrant or court order. In response to the law, The Pirate Party organized rallies, bloggers and journalists turned into activists, and even Google decided to relocate their servers. http://torrentfreak.com/swedes-massively-protest-wiretap-law-080707/ Random sites I found while surfing, I have no information or knowledge about them. Linkideo http://www.linkideo.com/ Perfect Privacy http://www.perfect-privacy.com/ Found an online review section: (Some very interesting reviews, but how credible?) http://bestvpnreviews.com/ Something interesting I read on the Review site; PPTP has seen a decline in use. Our recommendation is to switch to OpenVPN. So please share what you know and let's get a nice list with some nice input... THANKS *** P.S. ATTENTION SPECIAL NOTICE SINCE POSTING IN NOVEMBER 1st, 2010! *** When I first made this post back in November 1st, 2010, this was not only a personal quest I was on to enrich my own knowledge of these various types of services, but I realized there was a need to increase this knowledge for everyone, since it seems that trying to learn many things as it relates especially to VPNs and all the various providers online, difficult to say the least. After all if you've spent any time on Wilders you'll notice the mass amounts of VPN questions because it's just not easy to tell who is worth investing time in trying, let alone worrying about your personal safety. So after all this time I have finally realized when approaching a VPN provider for OpenVPN, there is only one question you need to ask this provider to see if they know what they are doing and if they give you back any other answer then leave them and move on to the next one until you find the correct reply. Why is this so important above every other question? Because this is the ultimate question and one in which OpenVPN themselves have told me is the recommended way in which to do this and anything less is not good. A OpenVPN provider should be providing you 4 files, regardless if they are saying their services are for Windows, Linux, or Apple, every OS is the same when it comes to OpenVPN, they all require the same thing, it doesn't matter. You should be getting 4 files; Client Cert - (client.crt) Ca Cert - (ca.crt) Private Client Key - (client.key) TLS Auth Key - (ta.key) A lot of VPN providers will tell you they only give you a client cert and ca cert with a username and password, forget it, it's not good enough! So here's the question you need to ask them; 1. Does your service provide the client cert, ca cert, private key and tls auth key? Do not pick a VPN provider until you find one that says they give you all 4 files, then when you find one, you can consider asking them other questions you might have any concerns for. Remember, OpenVPN told me this is what you want, so don't believe anything else a VPN provider might tell you, because I certainly don't, I place my trust in what OpenVPN has told me and so should you! Also remember, just because they know what they are doing as far as this question is concerned, it still doesn't mean they are good at everything, or anything, it just means they have this very important part right that you need to know before going any further with them. But the fact that they offer all 4 files, they are probably doing a decent job... This is the all important starting pointing from which to judge that service and then take from there!