https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-vpn-service/ Wirecutter recently did a very extensive review of VPN services and put a lot of consideration to who takes privacy and security seriously. I thought it was interesting that they like TunnelBear and Mullvad the most. They make a big deal out of the fact that TunnelBear has had multiple third party security audits and made the results public. They ding IVPN for having only had a limited security audit, of their claim to not log user activity. And they were not happy that ProtonVPN would only show them a non-public security audit if they agreed to sign an NDA, which would pretty much make it impossible to write a review about it. I'm disappointed by ProtonVPN's way of handling this. I expect more transparency from them. If TunnelBear can do it, what's the problem for ProtonVPN? Anyway, just curious what people think about this review and it's approach to analyzing the quality of VPNs. * Also, as an aside, does it bother anyone that the the logo for TunnelBear is a bear jumping out of a tunnel (I guess) that looks a lot more like a bear jumping out of a honey pot? And in their apps they represent their servers on a global map with this tunnel/honey pot icon? Is this supposed to be a joke? Or is it just an incredibly bad oversight (how much the end of the tunnel coming out of the ground looks a lot more like a honey pot, than a tunnel)? It doesn't really seem funny to me and I find it rather off-putting. Honestly, when I first saw it, even though they have "tunnel" in their name and it should be obvious, I immediately thought, why do that have a honey pot in their logo? They should have made the "tunnel" part of their logo grey, instead of literally the shade of yellow most commonly seen on actual pots of honey.