We strive to deliver the best VPN service for you.
Wherever you are and wherever you come from, we want you to be safe and protected, along with your private information, while surfing in cyberspace.
The VPN service makes sure the data you send and receive online, and your Internet traffic, remains safe in cyberspace, but trust is critical when choosing a VPN service. To help you make a well-informed decision, we share below how our (1) Kaspersky VPN works and handles data on devices and operating systems; and (2) what we do for enhancing product security and delivering a better service for you.
Q: Have you ever been contacted by law enforcement agencies regarding your VPN service?
A: Neither Kaspersky, or Pango have ever received any inquiries regarding Kaspersky VPN service. We have also agreed with Pango that they will notify us in case they receive any future inquiries.
Q: How do you ensure the data security?
A: We strictly follow the principle of purpose limitation in data management.
Q: Where are your servers are located?
A: We have physical servers in more than 40 regions around the globe, giving you more virtual locations to choose from as well as faster and more reliable connections.
Q: How do you ensure the data integrity?
A: We provide the Kill Switch functionality.
Q: Do you cooperate with government agencies?
A: We are not obliged to cooperate with and do not share data, but we comply with applicable laws and block access to websites as prescribed by local legislation.
Q: How do you keep the VPN product safe for users?
A: We coordinate with the research community and process reports on security flaws found in Kaspersky VPN.
Q: I have more questions!
A: At Kaspersky Transparency Centers we provide the unique opportunity of executive briefings of our products, including Kaspersky VPN, and tell about engineering and data management practices.
 In 2019 Kaspersky published the results of a voluntary third-party legal assessment aimed at providing an independent evaluation of the obligations the company adheres to in line with Russian legislation. Conducted by a prominent Russian and international law expert, Dr. Kaj Hober, Professor of International Investment and Trade Law at Uppsala University in Sweden, the analysis covers three Russian laws related to data processing and storage*, which were widely reported as the ones which Kaspersky Lab – being a Russian based company – is obliged to comply with. The results following the analysis are freely available online and provide an unbiased and fair legal assessment to the company’s customers and partners looking for reliable information about Kaspersky Lab. Based on Dr. Kaj Hober’s review, the company does not fall under obligations of those legal acts primarily due to the nature of its activities.