We do, but let’s talk about Proton first and why we are recommending it.
Proton has proven to be a safe and robust company that cares about your privacy. We are aware that during September 2021, Proton disclosed some personal information about a user regarding the location from which their email was accessed. Although we are completely against this policy, the person in question was not using a VPN and was not using other means to access their email like the TOR network.
While we still recommend protonVPN, there are also a couple more VPNs we recommend:
ivpn.net – No need for email or personal info and you can even pay in crypto (including Monero -XMR- one of the few and one of our favorite privacy coins).
Mullvad – No need for email or personal info, you can even pay in crypto (but not with any privacy coins) and cash by regular mail! We do not recommend any “All-in-One solution safety centers” (McAfee, Norton, Kaspersky, Avira, etc.) which include VPNs in them, these companies’ privacy policies are far from privacy focused and they are collecting your data and might share it. Their Headquarters is generally in the US, to which laws they must comply with in case your data is requested.
Stay away from multi-million advertised VPNs like NordVPN or ExpressVPN, they have been flagged and reported multiple times for shady business and security incidents.