Check the VyprVPN's app developer answer below, seems this is okay and an uninstaller is added to new versions to prevent such issues.
I was working with VyprVpn a few months ago, never worked with them again,
Today I installed LittleSnitch (An OS X Firewall and Network Monitor),
Noticing The Issue
I noticed weird outgoing data to domains like: goldenfrog.com, dl.succentric.com , dl.bondwidth.org , dl.4titude.net , dl.trajectore.com etc Every few seconds...
There is no mention of this kind of activity on their website, they didn't come clear, also the support staff seems to be unaware
Then i get Whois for these domains, all registered at Tucows and have DNS *.DATAFOUNDRY.COM
But Goldenfrog is registered with valid information and the others are all protected whois for privacy...
Then i uninstalled VyprVPN Application with
AppCleaner which looks for every related file and folder and deletes them too.
Even after uninstall
Outgoing traffic to all these domains was still happening every few seconds,
Please note there was no process with the name of Vypr... or Goldenfrog... in the Activity Monitor
I searched a lot and also used
sudo launchctl unload /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/vyprvpnservice to unload their helper, put the loader in trash, restarted and emptied the trash
And finally it wasn't happening anymore
Is this kind of activity normal in VPN providers? they are legally registered company, claim that respect privacy...
Are they allowed to send such data without letting us know about it when ordering, or without doing it with a process named under themself?
Overall would you use their service after this? no other service is doing such thing
I'm asking because i want to be sure and alert my friends to stop using Vypr because its dangerous