ExpressVPN vs NordVPN (Part 2) – Security Comparison 👇💥

In this video I talk about the security features of ExpressVPN and NordVPN and whether or not they may be the right choice for your situation.

👉 In this video I talk about the security features of ExpressVPN and NordVPN and whether or not they may be the right choice for your situation.

How’s it going everybody? Welcome back and today we’re going to be taking a look at the security and features of Nord VPN and ExpressVPN and how they compare. ExpressVPN vs NordVPN. So before we end if you guys are interested in any of these VPNs you’ll find links to special deals and discounts in the description down below as well as for reviews if you’d like to learn more about these VPNs Okay, so both VPNs are relatively the same with regards to encryption.

They both support the AAS standard 256 bit authentication with 840 96 bit d H key. With regards to VPN protocols, you do have a handful of protocols and express VPN including open VPN and Lightwave, both TCP and UDP variants, and you’ve got aka v2 and lttp. ExpressVPN vs NordVPN. Now for the most part, you’re going to be using lightweight UDP because it is the best performing protocol. It doesn’t have this isn’t a wire guard protocol.

And this is where you’ll be getting actually faster speeds when it comes to express a Nord VPN excuse me, because Nord Lynx is a true wireguard protocol making Nord VPN one of the fastest VPN in the industry with regards to privacy policy, both VPNs are independently and externally audited, so very good standings with regards to their no log policy being audited, both VPNs do have the kill switch feature, of course, you’ve got kill switch and split tunneling.

And in Nord VPN, not only do you get a kill switch, but also an app kill switch, which will close select the apps when you disconnect from the VPN, or the connection drops unexpectedly, unlike the conventional kill switch, which will disable your internet connection entirely when the VPN connection drops. So with regards to DNS and IP leak protection, of course, they both work very well. Nord VPN does have an ad blocker. NordVPN vs ExpressVPN.

Unlike Express VPN, which doesn’t, you don’t get dedicated IP servers with Express VPN, nor do you get any kind of specialty server really, with Express VPN, most of the servers are optimized for everything while most of the servers are actually optimized for everything. If you switch to, let’s say here, open VPN, you’ll get access to all of the specialty servers, including dedicated IP, double VPN, onion over VPN, as well as peer to peer Express VPN has trusted server technology, which runs servers on RAM and no data is ever written on hard drives. Whereas Nord VPN does have some ram servers, but not all of their servers are run on RAM and some of them still write encrypted data on hard drive. And this is very important, you know, with Express VPN.

NordVPN vs ExpressVPN. They use trusted server technology to prevent any data from being written to server 100 hard drives, which means that your data is only temporarily written to ram and it gets erased during every server reboots. That means that hackers would have a harder time finding anything as it’s not stored on the servers for long plus every reboot also removes any intruders.