PureVPN is amongst the most renowned VPNs in the industry. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong which is renowned for being free from data retention laws.
In addition, PureVPN offers 2000+ servers which are perfect for downloading torrenting, streaming Netflix and for a whole bunch of other stuff.
Feature-wise PureVPN offers powerful encryption, Kill switch, Split tunneling, and flexibility to simultaneously protect up to 5 devices for a lower price of $1.32/mo .
But there were few flaws which is why I revisited PureVPN again, put it through extensive testing, and because a lot has been fixed, I gave it a 4.5-star rating in this PureVPN review.
For instance, if PureVPN was headquartered in the United Kingdom (An integral part of the five eyes), they would have had to abide by the UK’s Investigatory Power Act, AKA the Snoopers Charter.
PureVPN is considered as one of the safest VPNs around, and there’s a reason for it. It offers powerful 256-bit encryption and optimized protocols like OpenVPN, L2TP/IPsec, SSTP, PPTP, and even IKEv2.
Although the PureVPN’s Kill switch feature was highly criticized in the past, however, it’s now been fixed.
Not only that, but PureVPN has also recently performed an independent audit of its “no logs” policy by Altius IT. The famous auditing firm couldn’t find any evidence that could be used to identifying a specific person on PureVPN’s network.
Aside from the traditional security features that most VPNs offer, PureVPN offers few extra goodies that I personally haven’t seen with other VPN providers.