Tom Spark

Spark has a simple mission to help you chose the best VPN without any bias. Which VPN do I use? See it here!



SurfEasy is a VPN that has come recently under scrutiny (or depending how you look at it, under the limelight) for its browser VPN (Opera bundled with SurfEasy SSL proxy–dubbed browser VPN). In this SurfEasy review, we’ll go over every feature and list any improvements that could be made to the service. At the end of this SurfEasy review, you’ll know if it’s worth your time...[Read More]

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While using Gmail or Yahoo mail is okay for most purposes, you might not want to be using these services if you’re sending important messages that need encrypted security. The good news is that most encrypted email providers have lightweight plans that you can use for free! We’ve collected some of the best private email providers here so you can make sure your emails aren’t read ...[Read More]


We noticed there weren’t many good VPN forum communities out there. Most forum communities are either owned by VPN providers themselves, or not active. The ones on Reddit are heavily moderated by users with secret agendas who push EU providers above anything else. How can you expect to get a good VPN recommendation or helpful advice when there’s bias involved? Here at Best10VPN, we bac...[Read More]


You might think that your internet browser is an integral link to how secure your online privacy is. After all, it’s where your traffic is placed, seen, and how you interact with the web itself. However, the best browsers have evolved and morphed into considerably safe products over time that you should feel secure using. That said, are there any underlying differences that could sway you to one s...[Read More]

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One of the best ways to protect your internet privacy is to encrypt all of your internet traffic. By encrypting your internet traffic, you can hide your IP address which can prevent anyone from looking at your data. When your data isn’t encrypted, government agencies or internet service providers like Comcast can see all activity on the web and where it is coming from. Not only that, but an unmask...[Read More]

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You might be wondering to yourself “why does internet privacy matter?”. If you’re not using a VPN, here’s a good example of what websites can see when you visit them: Maybe you don’t mind that Facebook gathers some of your data and stores it, or that Google might use some of your data to target yourself and other users with advertisements. But even if these companies are reputable, and...[Read More]


In this article, I want to clarify some common misconceptions I keep seeing pop up on Reddit as well as popular privacy and VPN websites like and These sites heavily favor EU-based providers and blatantly accuse US based VPN providers of being illegitimate or dangerous for your security. What does a home base mean for a VPN company? VPNs (virtual private networks) are ...[Read More]

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TotalVPN is a simple VPN with good core speeds and easy to use applications. Is there more? Read the TotalVPN review to find out!



TotalVPN is another VPN provider who claims their pizza (VPN) is the best. In this TotalVPN review, we go over the pepperonis (features), crust (speed), cheese (applications), and sauce (servers) of the pizza (VPN) so you can know if it’s worth eating or not. Pricing 8/10 TotalVPN is one of the few VPN providers out there to provide a free plan. This free plan is ideal for testing out the se...[Read More]


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TorGuard VPN TorGuard VPN is the VPN mega-provider. By that, I mean that they include everything you need VPN. From quality VPN routers to encrypted email, to proxies, web extensions, mobile applications, Netflix servers, two PC applications–and 24/7 live chat, TorGuard VPN can’t and won’t let you down with extensive offerings. Not only that but their speeds, security, and featur...[Read More]

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Paying for a VPN anonymously is very important, but it’s not always as easy as you want it to be. Perhaps Bitcoin scares you for one reason or another, or maybe you just don’t like the idea of fiddling around with another currency and converting it back and forth. Or perhaps, you have a ton of gift cards laying around after Christmas but spending them on groceries at Target seems like ...[Read More]

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