With digital threats becoming more and more popular, internet users are questioning the reliability and integrity of the VPN industry. As a result, to safeguard themselves and their “zero-log” claims, VPN providers are taking to official auditors to have their systems and policies investigated by an outside, third-party source.
And now, after a successful audit, PureVPN is officially a No-Log VPN service.
PureVPN Goes a Step Further
So, to put an end to this once and for all, PureVPN requested the help of an independent, third-party auditor, Altius IT. This step was taken to ensure PureVPN’s users that their privacy is completely safe and well guarded.
This is a pretty brave step taken by PureVPN as not only did they consult a third-party audit, they did so under a real-time, live environment which meant nothing was fabricated or covered. Everything was right in front of the auditors to check and investigate. This is something I haven’t seen often with other VPN providers.
And well, this is what Altius IT had to say after they got done auditing PureVPN and its system configurations:
“On the dates of our review, Altius IT did not find any evidence of system configurations and/or system/service log files that independently, or collectively, could lead to identifying a specific person and/or the person’s activity when using the PureVPN service.”
A Step in the Right Direction
Previously, PureVPN had quite the notorious reputation online which took off after an incident with a law enforcement agency. Due to this, many users started to question the VPN providers and its services. Hence, this audit ensures that not only were they not lying to its customers in the first place, but their user’s privacies are, in fact, completely safe and well protected.
For those who wish to read the complete audit report, can go to PureVPN official website and check it out there. It is available under their Member’s area.
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