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Our Verdict

How is this calculated?

Our overall rating is reached by combining several subcategories. The subcategories are weighted as follows:

  • Logging & Jurisdiction: 30%
  • Speed & Reliability: 25%
  • Security & Extra Features: 20%
  • Streaming: 10%
  • Torrenting: 5%
  • Ease of Use: 5%
  • Support: 5%

See our full methodology in how we review VPNs.

We recommend using IVPN if privacy and security are your priority. It's a transparent and third-party audited no-logs VPN service that will mask your IP address effectively. It's fast, but only works to unblock US Netflix. All in all, IVPN is a safe VPN well-suited for privacy-focused users.

Ranked #25 out of 56 VPNs

IVPN Category Ratings

  • 22.0/10
  • 8.88.8/10
  • 9.89.8/10
  • 9.49.4/10
  • 7.37.3/10
  • 55.0/10
  • 7.47.4/10
  • 8.78.7/10
  • 99.0/10
  • 44.0/10

IVPN Pros & Cons

  • Transparent no-logs policy
  • Very fast local speeds
  • Apps are open-source & audited
  • Many extra security features
  • Easy-to-use apps for most devices
  • Helpful live chat & great resources

  • Small number of servers & IP addresses
  • Won't work with many streaming services
  • No Fire TV Stick app
  • No VPN browser extensions

Why Trust Our Review?

We’ve spent thousands of hours testing and reviewing 56 VPN services using our impartial review process to recommend you the best VPN software.

Here are some of our key VPN testing statistics:

Total Hours of Testing30,000+
Weekly Speed Tests3,000+
VPN Services Reviewed56
Streaming Platforms Tested Daily12
IP & DNS Leak Tests Performed9,500+
How Much We've Spent On Testing$25,000+

IVPN is a premium, no-logs VPN service that puts privacy and security first. It’s a great choice if you want to stay anonymous online and it works well with US Netflix. You can register anonymously — no email required — and you can pay using Cash, Monero, or Bitcoin for better anonymity.

Not only does IVPN offer private DNS servers, it also offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. It has a kill switch on Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS.

IVPN has regular annual audits with Cure53, a well-trusted and respected cybersecurity testing firm. In 2022, Cure53 only found one high risk vulnerability, which has been resolved.

The VPN service does not offer 24/7 live chat support. But, it does have an extensive knowledge base of online tutorials and a ticket system with prompt responses from customer agents.

It offers two subscription plans. With a Standard subscription, you can use all the WireGuard and OpenVPN, have IVPN on two devices and use its anti-tracker. On the other hand, if you decide to go for the Pro plan, you can use all the features above on an additional five devices, port-forward, and multi-hop.

IVPN Key Data

Data CapUnlimited
Logging PolicyNo Logs
Data LeaksNo
JurisdictionGibraltar (Privacy Haven)
IP Addresses225+
US NetflixYes
Simultaneous Connections7
Works In ChinaNo
SupportLive Chat
Cheapest Price$8.33/mo over 12 Months
Money-Back Guarantee30-day Money-Back Guarantee
Official WebsiteIVPN.net

Privacy & Logging Policy

No-logs service headquartered in Gibraltar

How is this calculated?

We dissect the logging and privacy policies of every VPN. A VPN should never log:

  • Your real IP address
  • Connection timestamps
  • DNS requests

A base of operations outside of 14-Eyes or EU jurisdiction is preferable.

IVPN is one of the most private VPNs on the market. Its no-logs privacy policy has been audited and verified, and its base in Gibraltar is outside of the Five Eyes alliance. In all, IVPN can be trusted with your data.

Ranked #6 out of 56 VPNs for Privacy & Logging Policy

Screenshot of IVPN's website, showing the founder, software developer, and leader of the customer service department.

A screenshot from IVPN’s website, introducing IVPN’s CEO, leader of the software development team, and leader of customer service.

IVPN is a small but transparent VPN company, operated by Privatus Limited, which is incorporated in Gibraltar. Gibraltar is technically a ‘British Overseas Territory’, but in reality is not subordinate to the UK, which is a good thing.

According to IVPN’s website, the company’s team consists of 11 individuals from seven countries around the world. For example, its CEO, Nick Pestell, is based in Berlin, Germany. IVPN’s employees are easy to find on LinkedIn, which even shows where they are based.

IVPN’s manifesto can be found on its website and advocates for “a future free from surveillance.”

“For a human-centred internet, for the thriving of democracy, and for a future free from surveillance.”

IVPN has even created an Ethics Guidelines to communicate the company’s values. It commits to:

  • No personal information
  • No trackers
  • No third-party tools
  • No secrets
  • No false promises
  • Openness and accountability

Logging Policy

After analyzing its privacy and logging policy, we are confident that IVPN is a true no logs VPN.

You can read the entirety of IVPN’s privacy policy here. Below are the most important takeaways.

IVPN does not log:

  • Traffic
  • DNS requests
  • Connection timestamps or connection duration
  • User bandwidth
  • IP addresses
  • Any account activity, except total simultaneous connections

As you can see, there’s no personal usage data collected.

IVPN does specify that it will comply with authorities if requested. But, even if its servers were seized by authorities, nothing would be found on them.

The integrity of this logging policy was even verified in March 2022 by Cure53, a respected security auditing firm.


Great download speeds, also good for uploads

How is this calculated?

Speed ratings are calculated using upload speeds, download speeds, and ping (latency).

We test average speeds regularly using a dedicated 100Mbps connection in London, UK. Local download speed is considered the most important factor.

IVPN sits towards the middle of the pack for speeds. If you’re connecting to a nearby server, then your internet speeds shouldn’t slow down too much. However, if you’re connecting to a far-away location, then IVPN is quite slow.

Ranked #8 out of 56 VPNs for Speed

IVPN’s connections are fast and stable enough for high-quality streaming, torrenting, and gaming. We recorded an average 6% drop when connected to a nearby IVPN server in the UK, from our location in London.

Here are the results we recorded when connecting to nearby IVPN servers:

Local Speed Test results before using IVPN:

  • Download Speed: 99Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 99Mbps
  • Ping: 4ms

Local Speed Test results with IVPN:

  • Download Speed: 93Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 95Mbps
  • Ping: 9ms

Download speed loss when IVPN is running: 6%

There are faster VPNs available than IVPN, such as Private Internet Access. However, this doesn’t mean that IVPN is slow.

As we mentioned above, IVPN is incredibly fast on short-distance connections. Only a 6% speed loss is amazing.

Long-Distance Speed Test Results

We tested IVPN’s connection speeds from our location in London, UK, by connecting to servers in the US, Germany, and Australia.

IVPN’s results are very impressive. Download speeds in the US (18% slower) and Germany (5% slower) surpassed our expectations.

Here are our latest IVPN long-distance speed test results:

  • US:
    • Download: 81Mbps
    • Upload: 40Mbps
  • Germany:
    • Download: 94Mbps
    • Upload: 94Mbps
  • Singapore:
    • Download: 22Mbps
    • Upload: 28Mbps
  • Australia:
    • Download: 17Mbps
    • Upload: 12Mbps

We saw the worst speeds when connecting to Australia (83% drop). So, we don’t recommend using IVPN if you want to connect to a server on the opposite end of the globe.

But, if you’re in the US and want to connect to a server in the UK, IVPN is great for browsing, streaming, and gaming.


IVPN is a poor VPN for streaming

How is this calculated?

Streaming is rated by the number of different services unlocked, how many regional libraries are viewable, and how consistently the VPN can access them.

Netflix, BBC iPlayer, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video and more are all tested on a weekly basis.

IVPN is not a good VPN for streaming. In our latest tests, IVPN unblocked US Netflix, but we were unable to stream any other Netflix libraries including the UK, Germany, and Japan. IVPN also failed to unblock any other popular streaming platforms such as BBC iPlayer, Disney+, and Amazon Prime.

Ranked #40 out of 56 VPNs for Streaming

Using IVPN, we successfully streamed Ordinary World on US Netflix.

Using IVPN, we successfully streamed Ordinary World on US Netflix.

Although it occasionally works with US Netflix, IVPN has stated its service is focused on privacy and not bypassing geo-blocks.

In our tests, the only two servers that worked to unblock US Netflix were Ashburn, VA and Chicago, IL.

IVPN has never worked with BBC iPlayer, Disney+, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.

Despite working with US Netflix, we can’t recommend IVPN for streaming and there are better streaming VPNs available.


Strong torrenting performance

How is this calculated?

We calculate the average download bitrate of every VPN using a bespoke torrenting setup.

Testing also factors in the percentage of servers which permit P2P, plus useful features like port forwarding.

IVPN is a very capable VPN for torrenting. It doesn't log user activity, and its VPN kill switch masks your real IP address if the VPN connection drops. It blocks P2P activity on US servers, though, which may reduce your download speed.

Ranked #9 out of 56 VPNs for Torrenting

In our P2P tests, we saw minimal drops in speed when torrenting connected to a local server. With no VPN, we downloaded a test file at a rate of 11MiB/s. Connected to a nearby IVPN in the UK, we downloaded the test file at a rate of 10MiB/s.

Screenshot of torrenting with IVPN.

We were able to download a torrent file very quickly using IVPN on a UK server.

IVPN is much better for torrenting than it is for streaming. You can torrent privately and freely, with only one exception. The VPN service does not allow P2P traffic on its US servers.

The reason for this is that IVPN says it was receiving a high number of DMCA notices.

As a result, it asks its users to refrain from torrenting files on its US servers. This includes double-hop VPN connections, which use a US exit node.

If you’re based in the United States, you can connect to Canadian servers, but your torrent speeds will be slower.

Server Locations

Small server network covering 29 countries

How is this calculated?

The global spread and coverage of the VPN server network is the most important factor here.

We also consider the number of city-level servers, plus how many IP addresses are maintained.

This rating does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Security & Features rating.

IVPN has a relatively small server network, despite it spanning a decent number of 29 countries. There are city-level servers to connect to in just 5 nations, which is disappointing. We'd also like to see more servers in South America, Asia, and Africa.

Ranked #33 out of 56 VPNs for Server Locations

Globe with a blue flag
29 Countries
Image of a city landscape
40 Cities
Image of a pink marker
225+ IP Addresses

A map of the world depicting all of IVPN's VPN servers

IVPN has servers in 29 countries and 40 different cities. Most of their servers are concentrated in Western Europe and North America.

These are some of the VPN service’s city-level server choices:

  • Canada: Montreal, Toronto
  • United Kingdom: London, Manchester
  • United States:Ashburn, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Miami, New Jersey, New York, and more.

We’re pleasantly surprised to see 11 server locations spread across the US.

On the flip side, there’s only one server location in Australia. We expect to see servers on both coasts, so we hope to see servers in Perth added soon. For this reason, Australian readers should consider using NordVPN, instead.

Also, IVPN provides just one server in South America (Brazil), and three servers in East Asia (Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong).

The VPN service offers three to five IP addresses per server. This equals a range of IP addresses between 228 and 380.

The low number of servers, and IP addresses provided, is probably what’s causing IVPN’s slow speeds.

Bypassing Web Censorship

Offers obfsproxy but doesn't work in China

How is this calculated?

Our remote-access server in Shanghai, China routinely tests if a VPN can beat restrictions and access a free, open internet. Obfuscation technologies and nearby servers are also a contributing factor.

This rating does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Security & Features rating.

IVPN does not bypass the Great Firewall of China, but it does work in other high-censorship countries. The VPN service has Obfsproxy, which drastically slows down internet speeds. It's also only available on the Windows and macOS apps, so it won't work on mobile.

Ranked #32 out of 56 VPNs for Bypassing Web Censorship

In our latest tests, IVPN did not work in China. It failed to even connect to servers in Hong Kong, Japan, and the US. Here’s a video of us testing IVPN in China:

IVPN is unable to bypass Chinese censorship.

However, its obfsproxy tool would still be able to bypass censorship in countries like Russia and Turkey.

To activate IVPN’s obfuscation mode, click on Connection > Use obfsproxy in Settings.

Screenshot of IVPN's Connection Settings, where you can click "Use obfsproxy."

On IVPN you can only use obfsproxy with OpenVPN.

This tool masks your VPN traffic, making it look ‘normal’ to web censors. Sadly, it is not available on iOS or Android.

Security & Technical Features

Good choice of protocols & many security features

How is this calculated?

Top-rated VPNs offer OpenVPN or WireGuard protocols, AES-256 encryption, and a functional kill switch. We also consider additional security features and the global spread of VPN servers.

IVPN is a secure and trustworthy VPN service. Its apps use safe protocols, such as OpenVPN and WireGuard, and traffic is encrypted using AES-256. The VPN has also open-sourced the code for its apps and commissioned a third-party security audit.

Ranked #26 out of 56 VPNs for Security & Technical Features

ProtocolsAvailable in IVPN
EncryptionAvailable in IVPN
SecurityAvailable in IVPN
DNS Leak BlockingYes
First-party DNSYes
IPv6 Leak BlockingYes
Supports TCP Port 443Yes
VPN Kill SwitchYes
WebRTC Leak BlockingNo
Advanced FeaturesAvailable in IVPN
Ad BlockerYes
Dedicated IPNo
Double VPNYes
Smart DNSNo
Static IPNo
Split TunnelingYes
Tor over VPN ServerNo
Tracker BlockerNo

All the VPN apps provide a choice of four protocols: OpenVPN, WireGuard, IPSec, and IKEv2. The latter two require some manual configuration, but you’ll be fine just using OpenVPN or WireGuard.

In addition, all VPN connections are secured using the ‘unbreakable’ AES-256 cipher.

Reliable Kill Switch

IVPN’s ‘firewall’ (VPN kill switch) feature is a must-have tool. It blocks all your web traffic in the event of a VPN connection drop. This avoids your true IP address from being exposed. It’s available on Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS.

Tracker Blocker Tool

As well as first-party DNS servers, which prevent your IP address from being exposed to third parties, IVPN also provides protection against DNS and IPv6 leaks. As a bonus, it has built-in ad- and tracker-blocking.

Multi-hop Servers

Here’s a video showing you how to use IVPN’s double VPN servers:

IVPN offers multi-hop as an additional feature.

IVPN’s Multi-hop feature offers an extra layer of security by rerouting your connection through multiple servers in different countries. This means that even if the exit server were to be compromised, your online activity remains private.

Split Tunneling

IVPN’s desktop apps and Android app allows split tunneling, so you can route privacy-sensitive apps through the VPN, and others through your general internet connection.

Two-Factor Authentication and QR Code Mobile Login

We’re pleasantly surprised to see IVPN has implemented two extremely rare login features to improve account security and ease of use on mobile.

Screenshot of IVPN's Client Area.

Two-factor authentication is only on a handful of VPNs.

As you can see in the image above, from the client area on IVPN’s website, you can turn on two-factor authentication to protect your VPN account.

In VPN Accounts, IVPN has generated a login QR code, which you can scan on your mobile to quickly login to the mobile app without needing to type in your details.

Third-Party Security Audit

IVPN’s security credentials are verified by a yearly scheduled third-party security audit by Cure53. Much to our delight, IVPN has made the full report accessible by publishing it online.

A security audit allows a VPN service to verify its security claims with hard, indisputable facts. For example, just how ‘unbreakable’ is IVPN’s implementation of the AES-256 cipher? A security audit tests that.

To ensure the validity of the audit, it’s key that a reputable third party carries out the audit. It’s also important that the results of the audit are made public.

Screenshot of Cure53's audit of IVPN.

Excerpt of the published IVPN security audit, completed by Cure53.

IVPN’s most recent security audit was completed in March 2022 by renowned German cybersecurity company Cure53. The security company spent a total of 13 days conducting penetration tests and source code audits against IVPN’s iOS app, Android app, Electron app and Daemon.

A total of eight vulnerabilities (one high risk, six medium, and one low) were discovered. Seven of these have already been resolved. The last one remaining is complex and IVPN has stated it is “committed to finding a solution.”

Another 12 miscellaneous issues were found, of which nine have been resolved and three have been deemed low risk and accepted.

Open-Source VPN Apps

As part of its re-energized commitment to privacy, security, and transparency, IVPN has published its code onto GitHub — becoming one of very few VPNs whose apps are open-source.

Simply, this just means that IVPN is opening itself to a development model where anyone can contribute to its software and apps.

Last but not least, IVPN’s apps are open-source. This allows the larger security community to forensically inspect the various apps. By giving access to the code base, IVPN is being very transparent to how its VPN clients work, and how they safeguard privacy and security.

This is a great move from IVPN, and more VPN providers should follow its lead.

Device & OS Compatibility

Works on most devices, but no browser extensions

How is this rated?

A quality VPN should maintain functional, fully-featured applications and extensions for as many platforms and devices as possible.

This does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Ease of Use rating.

IVPN is available for most popular platforms and devices. There are apps for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux. It can also be set up on specialized routers. There are no browser extensions for Chrome or Firefox, though.


  1. Windows
  2. Mac
  3. iOS
  4. Android
  5. Linux
  6. Router

IVPN performs well for device compatibility. You’re also allowed up to seven simultaneous connections (with the Pro plan), which is above the industry average. Here’s a table showing the differences between IVPN’s apps:

What’s more, you can also set up the VPN on a number of compatible routers, including DD-WRT, pfSense and Tomato. To do this, use the IVPN’s Help Center.

Word of warning: setting up a VPN on a router is not for beginners.

IVPN Desktop Apps: Windows and macOS

Screenshot of IVPN's app on macOS.

Features that are toggled on are highlighted in blue, whereas features that are off are in red.

We’re pleased to see that IVPN’s Windows and macOS apps are completely identical, which is rare in a VPN. Often there will be certain features that are missing on one platform.

Following a recent update, IVPN has a sleek new look that’s user-friendly, modern, and simple.

We like that the homepage features single-hop and multi-hop servers, your selected protocol, WiFi network, and toggles to turn on and off the kill switch (Firewall) and ad blocker (AntiTracker).

In the server list, you can choose between the fastest server, a random server, and your favorites. There’s a search bar if you’re looking for a specific country. You can also sort by city, latency, and proximity to your location.

Screenshot of IVPN's homepage on macOS.

The window is split to show a map, with your location or selected servers, and a list of servers.

Previously, you had to disconnect every time you changed servers. We’re glad to see you can now click on the next server, without having to disconnect.

IVPN Mobile Apps: Android and iOS

Screenshots of IVPN's iPhone app.

We were able to connect very quickly to IVPN’s New York server.

IVPN has a consistent design across desktop and mobile. As you can see in the image above, the Android app homepage features almost all the same information and settings as the desktop apps.

IVPN’s Android and iOS apps also have a split screen, on one side showing a map with where you’re connected or location. The other side show is showing whether you are connected, with a toggle to disconnect when needed, single-hop servers, multi-hop servers, and which server you are currently connected to.

IVPN’s Android and iOS apps have almost all the advanced features offered on desktop. Both mobile apps have a kill switch, multi-hop, ad blocker, and offer custom DNS.

Games Consoles & Streaming Devices

  1. Apple TV
  2. Amazon Fire TV
  3. Chromecast
  4. Nintendo
  5. PlayStation
  6. Roku
  7. Xbox

IVPN is not the best VPN to use on games consoles or streaming devices like Fire TV Stick and Apple TV.

That’s because there’s no native Firestick VPN app, and no Smart DNS tool, either.

But, there are options if you want to use IVPN with your games consoles and streaming devices.

The simplest way is to configure the VPN on your home router (see section above). This will protect all the devices that connect to it in your home.

You can also configure some devices with the OpenVPN software. Currently, IVPN only provides guides to do this with Kodi and Fire TV Sticks.

The final option is to connect your games console, or streaming device, to another device running the VPN. However, this isn’t guaranteed to work for all devices.

Ease of Use

Easy to use app with lots of advanced features

How is this calculated?

This rating mainly consists of the intuitiveness of setup and everyday use.

Device or platform compatibility and customization options are also a factor.

IVPN's apps are attractive and intuitive to navigate. You can easily connect to the nearest server or change location via the scrollable server list. In all, using IVPN requires minimal effort and no technical know-how.

Ranked #14 out of 56 VPNs for Ease of Use

IVPN’s desktop apps are modern, simple, and easy-to-use. Within the settings menu you can choose your kill switch preferences, toggle between UDP and TCP, and choose your preferred port. There is also a handy section for configuring OpenVPN parameters, ideal for the more tech-savvy user.

The Android and iOS apps are very user-friendly and modern-looking, too, and they both connect quickly.

Customer Support

Helpful live chat & excellent resources

How is this calculated?

This rating is based on our assessment of each VPN’s:

  • Email support
  • Live chat support
  • Online resources

Not every VPN offers all of these, and they often vary in quality and response time.

IVPN has good customer support options. Its website includes helpful guides and installation tutorials. Though it does offer live chat support, we would like this to be 24/7. When live chat is not available, you'll have to contact the email support team instead.

Ranked #7 out of 56 VPNs for Customer Support

Customer SupportAvailable in IVPN
24/7 Live Chat SupportNo
24/7 Email SupportNo
Live Chat SupportYes
Email Support via Online FormNo
Tutorial VideosNo
Online ResourcesYes

The only way IVPN could make its support any better would be if its live chat were available 24/7. As it stands, live chat support is only available at random times of the day. Other than that we have no serious complaints.

Image of IVPN's online client area, that has a page to submit an online ticket.

It’s easy to submit a ticket in IVPN’s Client Area.

We submitted a ticket and received a response an hour later. support agents respond promptly and pleasantly, volunteering useful information where they can – so long as the service is online when you need it.

In the event that support doesn’t have the answers, you can find a wealth of useful and well-presented information on the IVPN knowledge base.

You can also talk with other users or directly with customer support on IVPN’s reddit community. If you want complete privacy when contacting customer support, you can also use a PGP key to get into contact with IVPN.

Price & Value

IVPN Pro is good but expensive

How is this calculated?

Price & Value for Money receives a rating, but is not factored into our Overall Rating. We believe the reader should decide what is or isn’t a reasonable price.

A good rating here isn’t just based on how cheap the VPN is, but for the value it offers overall.

IVPN is fairly expensive given the VPN's limited functionality. There are two different subscription tiers, with the more expensive option offering more features and better overall value. Discounts on the long-term plans are negligible, so we recommend paying month-by-month.

Ranked #39 out of 56 VPNs for Price & Value

IVPN offers two pricing plans: IVPN Standard and IVPN Pro. The Pro tier gives you: seven concurrent connections, port forwarding, as well as multi-hop and anti-tracker features.

On the other hand, the Standard plan only allows just two simultaneous connections, and only offers the anti-tracker as an extra feature. It does only cost $6.00 per month on a rolling plan, which is a decent price. Especially, if you only want to try out the VPN.

Here are the full pricing options:

  1. Monthly


    Standard Plan: Billed $6.00 every month
  2. 12 Month(s)


    Standard Plan: Billed $60.00 every 12 months
    Save 17%
  3. Monthly


    Pro Plan: Billed $10.00 every month
  4. 12 Month(s)


    Pro Plan: Billed $100.00 every 12 months
    Save 17%

Payment & Refund Options

Here are the payment methods that IVPN accepts:

  1. Bitcoin
  2. Cash
  3. Mastercard
  4. Monero
  5. PayPal
  6. Visa

IVPN does not offer a free trial. However, it does have a 30-day money-back guarantee for all customers. This means you can get a full refund if you request it within one month of account activation.

IVPN accepts the usual payment methods including most credit/debit cards and PayPal. You also have the option to pay with Bitcoin and Monero. However, there are no international options like Alipay or UnionPay.

Other than Mullvad VPN, IVPN is the only other VPN service to allow cash payments. IVPN accepts USD, EUR, and GBP, but it can take up to 10 days to process the payment. Also, you have to sign up to an annual plan to pay with cash.

The Bottom Line

IVPN is recommended for privacy

IVPN is a good choice if you prioritize privacy and security. It does the basics extremely well, using AES-256 encryption, secure protocols such as OpenVPN and WireGuard, and a no-logs policy that rivals the very best VPN services.

IVPN’s range of custom apps are ideal for beginners, but also offer enough customization options for more experienced VPN users.

However, IVPN failed to consistently unblock any of the most popular streaming services in our testing and its mediocre speeds are frustrating.

We only recommend IVPN if anonymity is of the utmost importance, or if you just want a relatively cheap VPN service.

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