NEW This is a unique technology that allows achieving the maximum level of safety and anonymity. You will be able to choose the number and the sequence of servers you want to put in a chain (up to 4 servers) and change the chains on-the-fly as well. You will get access to absolutely all our servers!
They say they charge $80/month for this service.
Some shills on the interwebs have been hyping "multi-hop" VPN setups for years, despite the fact that it's a solution in search of a problem. The real issue that can be solved by doing "chained" VPN services is that one cannot trust the people running VPN services not to betray their customers... or, worse yet, be a honeypot directly run by adversaries. It's entirely obvious that "multi-hop" service, from the same damned VPN company, does exactly nothing to solve these legitimate problems in the VPN industry.
Instead, "multi-hop" shills talk about theoretical timing attacks (mostly, if they make any effort whatsoever to actually explain what attacks they claim to be protecting against) that have never been observed, or even rumored at, in the wild. Solving "problems" that don't exist isn't quite as bad as failing to solve actual problems that do exist... but it's a pretty close second.
So it's curious to see this "quad VPN" thing pop up someplace where rumours of honeypots are dancing in the winds. Anyone have specific intel on this? We're tempted to sign up and run some actual network diagnostics on whatever setup is actually provided... it would be enlightening, eh?