Privacy-based Syntropy VPN has launched
Syntropy (formerly NOIA), creators of a secure, user-centric cloud stack through a unifying layer where the encryption & optimized performance are built-in, announced today the launch of Syntropy VPN, a personal, private VPN that puts the user in charge.
Traditional VPNs add an encryption overlay on top of the public internet, but there are drawbacks…
- VPNs often compromise connection performance, and the exact encryption method isn’t always known to users. Some VPN providers log, sell, and exploit user data.
- Ultimately, when using a commercial VPN solution; users must trust them with their privacy and connection performance; as there is little control over the servers that relay traffic.
“With Syntropy VPN, you can easily deploy and fully control private VPN infrastructure in any location worldwide. All connections you make will be fully encrypted with Wireguard, the fastest and most modern VPN protocol today. You can surf the web without compromising performance or privacy.”
– The Syntropy Team
With Syntropy VPN, data is end-to-end encrypted, not visible to anyone.