A No Logs VPN is a VPN service that doesn't keep records of your online activity while you’re connected to its servers. This means a No Logs VPN provider doesn’t track or store your browsing history, online searches, downloads, and other sensitive information.
CyberGhost VPN’s No Logs policy keeps your data private and inaccessible to third parties, including cybercriminals, government agencies, and your ISP. CyberGhost VPN's No Logs policy ensures you can browse the web, stream videos, and download files with peace of mind.
We believe actions speak louder than words. That’s why we invited Deloitte, a renowned global professional services provider, to inspect CyberGhost VPN's server network and management systems.
The Deloitte team concluded that our VPN servers are in compliance with our No Logs policy. This means you experience the best VPN protection every time you connect.
CyberGhost uses RAM-only servers to bring you the most secure and private VPN experience possible.
These servers completely delete all traces of data with every server reboot. That means our regular reboots add yet another layer of protection against any of your data being stored.
The ideal VPN delivers a balance of security and performance. CyberGhost offers you multiple VPN protocols: WireGuard®, OpenVPN, and IKEv2.
For blazing-fast speeds while streaming, gaming, or downloading, choose WireGuard®. For maximum security when connecting to public networks or sending sensitive data, use OpenVPN. Pick the protocol that fits your needs, or simply allow our algorithm to choose the best one for your connection.
CyberGhost VPN is headquartered in Romania, a country with strong privacy laws and no mandatory data logging.
We’re based in Romania because we value your privacy and security. ISPs here don't have to store your data or share it with the government, and neither do we.
CyberGhost VPN supports multiple payment methods, including credit cards and PayPal. To sign up, you only need to provide your email and payment details.
You can even use cryptocurrency for added anonymity. CyberGhost VPN accepts crypto payments, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and stablecoins (USDC, BUSD, GUSD), for all subscription plans via the BitPay platform.
CyberGhost was the first VPN to publish a quarterly Transparency Report — we voluntarily began doing so back in 2011. It shows how many DMCA complaints and malicious activity reports we receive, and even the police requests to share user information.
The report reflects our strict policy against storing any data about our users' online activity. Even if the authorities request information, we have nothing to share.
We created CyberGhost’s apps and VPN servers with a core commitment to uphold your anonymity. We never collect data that could compromise your privacy, like what websites you access, which servers you connect to, or your device’s IP address. Since we don’t gather your data in the first place, we can never be forced to give it away.
The data our VPN service collects can never be used to identify you or link you to any specific network activity. We can’t be called on to answer any questions about how you use CyberGhost VPN either — our No Log policy ensures we don’t have that information to begin with. You can even pay for our VPN using cryptocurrency to further boost your anonymity.
CyberGhost collects the minimum amount of data to run and maintain a VPN service that works seamlessly for you — without sacrificing your anonymity. None of the data we collect is linked to your online activity or identity. We use it to:
We need this information to keep our servers running smoothly, ensure our apps work properly, and provide you with the best VPN server possible — all while upholding your right to privacy.
CyberGhost VPN has easy-to-use VPN apps for all major operating systems. Boost your privacy across all your devices with our VPN app on your phone, laptop, tablet, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Android TV, and even your router.
Keep prying eyes away from your online activity by changing your IP address. CyberGhost VPN lets you avoid tracking and take control of your online privacy.
Did you know some ISPs store information about your browsing history for years? That’s a serious invasion of your privacy, even if you have nothing to hide.
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CyberGhost VPNs shields your online activity from your ISP and government, as well as cyber attackers. There’s no good reason anyone should be snooping on you online.
Activity logs, also called usage or browsing logs, contain user data like your browsing history, connection times, and IP address.
Some free VPNs may sell your activity logs for profit. CyberGhost VPN puts your privacy above all.
Connection logs are technical records including connection dates, times, and IP addresses. VPN providers use this information to manage their networks and troubleshoot problems that may arise.
Beware of VPN providers that keep detailed connection logs. They can give away details about your identity.
VPN providers may keep aggregated logs about your bandwidth usage and the dates and times you connect to a server. They usually remove your personal information and include it in a larger set of data.
A No Logs VPN like CyberGhost ensures this data is completely anonymous and impossible to link back to you.
Not in most countries. The majority of countries let you use a VPN freely. But there are a few locations like China and Egypt that restrict or ban VPN use entirely, so you need to be extra careful when using a VPN as illicit use could lead to fines. Remember, if you use a VPN for illegal activities and get caught, you could face heavy fines and even imprisonment — it doesn’t matter whether you’re in a country allowing VPNs or not.
Yes. When you connect to a VPN server, it changes your IP address to another from your chosen location. This means firewalls and other network blocks only detect your VPN IP address, allowing you to get around blocks on restricted networks, like at school or work.
That depends which VPN you choose! CyberGhost is a strictly no logs VPN, so we don’t track or share anything about your session. We couldn’t sell your data, because we don’t log any. But the same can’t be said for all VPNs. Free VPNs are especially notorious for logging your data and selling it to third parties. Always choose a VPN with a no logging policy.
If you choose a reliable VPN, yes. CyberGhost VPN masks your IP address with another to conceal your location from third parties. Your ISP can still see your actual location because you have to share this information to connect to the internet. But your ISP (and other snoopers) can’t see what you’re doing online.
Emails sent through a VPN are traced back to the VPN server’s IP address, not your real location. This makes it hard to see where the email was sent or identify the sender. But if you include personal details like your address in an email, someone could trace it back to you. Metadata like email headers could also reveal the sender and location. VPNs make it incredibly challenging to trace an email, but they can’t hide everything.
No one! CyberGhost masks your traffic with VPN encryption, which conceals your browsing history and habits from the authorities, your ISP, cybercriminals, and other online trackers. Some VPNs could log your history though — and others might even sell it! Be careful.
If you use the company’s VPN, then most likely. Many businesses log employees’ browsing history to keep tabs on what they’re doing. But if you use CyberGhost VPN, they can’t track you. Our VPN masks your location and encrypts your traffic to conceal your online habits. This encryption also allows you to unblock websites at work that are restricted by firewalls.
Your ISP can see that you’re using a VPN, so they know the server’s IP address and how much data you’re using. They don’t know what you’re doing though, so they’re unable to see which websites you’re visiting. The VPN you choose can also see this information. Some VPNs could snoop on more data, like your search history, but it depends on whether you select a VPN that tracks and logs information or not. CyberGhost VPN is a no logs VPN. We never spy on your data.
No. A VPN encrypts your connection on whichever network you choose, whether that’s a personal home network or public Wi-Fi. This encryption wraps your traffic in code, stopping anyone from spying on your internet history.
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