Torguard VPN 2018 Review

Launched in 2012, Torguard is a Nevis company, based in the West Indies that offers VPN services. The company’s website explicitly states that Tor-guard’s service has nothing to do with the Tor project, as the name suggests (although it says it supports the project through donations). Instead, its target audience is the Torrent seeders and leechers.

Servers and Locations

Torguard claims to have more than 1250 servers in more than 42 countries around the world with multiple endpoints in each location.

Some of these countries include the United States, Australia, Canada, France, England, India and New Zealand. For the full list, go to the FAQ section.


The Torguard VPN service supports OpenVPN, L2TP as well as PCP protocols. Also, it also provides socks five agent and torrent services. “OpenVPN provides all of the UDP / TCP connectivity options on a variety of ports and is configured to operate in countries such as China, Iran, Syria and the UAE where the ISP largely filters VPN protocols and ports at the request of the government.” Her website.

For VPN encryption options, Torguared offers the following four:

  • AES-128 – Advanced Encryption Standard (128bit) mode
  • AES-256 – Advanced Encryption Standard (256bit) mode
  • Blowfish – Blowfish (128bit) Place your cup
  • None – No encryption

Virtual Torguard VPN service to AES-256, although the company does not say “may cause a slight loss of speed for some users.” For those who choose “None”, it should be noted that your login details will still be encrypted and your IP address will also be hidden.

Support platform

Torguard is compatible with virtually all major operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS, with detailed instructions on their “first steps”. Official support is also available for VPN routers such as BitTorrent, Tomato and BitSpyware.

A quick look at the Service Downloads page shows that the company also provides proxy extensions for web browsers such as Firefox and Chrome, as well as the router setup tool for Windows, Mac and Debian Linux.

Pricing and payment methods

Torguard offers multiple services, including Anonymous Proxy, Anonymous VPN, and Anonymous Email, costing $ 5.95, $ 9.99, and $ 6.95 per month, respectively.

As you can see in the picture above, there is also an anonymous package costing $ 11.54 / month. This package consists of anonymous proxies and anonymous VPN packets. It is useful to know that a free viscosity license is included with all VPN plans.

Vpn also includes Anonymous Stealth Service, which says the company is “guaranteed to bypass Deep Packet Inspection (DPI)

and provide” invisible “access to Vpn anywhere in the world.

Like many other VPN services in the market, Torguard also does not offer any free trials. However, you have the option to cancel your account within seven days without penalty – so it is mainly seven days money back guarantee.

As for the payment terms supported, Torguard says it accepts Visa, Amex, MasterCard, Discover, PayPal, Google Chicot, and Pitswans. Also, the company also allows anonymous payments through a prepaid system. “These prepaid numbers can be purchased from an online supplier and refunded during payment on our website,” the company says.

Limite on multiple connections

Torguardallows 5 simultaneous connections per account that are – for example – you can use the Vpn service on your desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, and one more parallel device. If that’s not enough, you can add more connections/devices for $ 1 (per month) from within your account.


We arrived at the team behind Torguard with a list of questions about their service. Here are answers to some of our privacy concerns:

  1. Do you keep any records that allow you to match the IP address and time stamp of the service user? If so, what information and how long?
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No records or timestamps are retained at all. Torguard does not store any traffic logs or user session data on our network. In addition to a strict non-registration policy, we run the shared IP configuration across all servers. Because there are no records saved with multiple users sharing a single IP address, it is not possible to match a user with IP and the timestamp.

  1. Is Torrent and other file-sharing traffic allowed on all servers? If not, why?

Yes, allows BitTorrent and all P2P traffic. By default, we do not prevent or restrict any type of traffic across our network.

Q: What payment systems do you use and how do these accounts relate to individual user accounts?

We currently accept more than 200 different payment options through all forms of credit cards, PayPal, Bitcoin, altcoins (e.g. dogecoin, litecoin + more), Alipay, UnionPay, CashU, 100+ Gift Cards, and many other ways. No usage can be tied back to your billing account because we maintain zero records across our network.

  1. What is the safest and safest encryption algorithm that your users recommend? Do you protect leakage and defacement tools such as “kill keys” in case of low connectivity?
  2. For best security, we advise customers to use only UPnPEN connections and select AES-256 encryption with a 2048bit RSA. The AES128 is also very secure and is an excellent option if download speed is a priority. Yes, Torguard provides a full range of security features including connection key communication, key kill applications, DNS leak protection, IPv6 leak protection, leak protection and WebRTC leak protection, and stealth VPN services. All encryption and security features are available to customers at no extra charge

For more details, here are a few helpful resources on Torguard website.

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