PureVPN Is Now No-log Certified

Posted: Sep 8 2019, 12:55am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 11 2019, 6:23am CDT , in Technology News


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PureVPN is now no-log certified

Measures taken by this VPN provider has helped restore its online repute and users’ trust in the service.

They cyber security industry has been abuzz with all the recent privacy breaches on popular social media networks. Not only has this helped to create awareness among internet users in general, but has also put pressure on firms and companies which offer cyber security as a product of service.

PureVPN, a decade-old VPN provider was under limelight for the same reasons - allegations were made that PureVPN keeps logs of its users’ activities and tracks their browser sessions. Despite multiple statements made by the VPN provider against these claims, internet users were still unsure if they could trust a company with all their private data and information.

Taking initiative, PureVPN on-boarded an audit firm in the recent months and entrusted them with the task of testing PureVPN’s servers, network, and data processing techniques in light of PureVPN’s own privacy policy. The objective was to understand what claims PureVPN is making in its privacy policy, and whether the claims stand true or not.

Altuis IT – The Audit Firm

Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, Altuis IT is a well-known audit firm that has been offering its services to cyber-security companies for over 25 years. The company has on boarded only certified auditors in its team, which is why any report published by Altuis IT is considered to be credible and transparent.

Here’s What The Audit Report Says:

The extremely detailed report points out all the claims that PureVPN has made in its privacy policy. It then proceeds to elaborate on how Altuis IT conducted a vigorous audit of PureVPN’s existing servers and networks. For each of the claims that PureVPN has made, Altuis IT adopted deferent testing techniques to conclude of the claims are actually true.

After conducting all the tests, the audit team at Altuis working on PureVPN concluded “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.”

It is worth nothing that Altuis IT conducted its tests on PureVPN’s existing servers and networks, and not on pseudo servers created only for the purpose of testing. This means that the vpn no-logs published in the Altuis IT report hold true for all the PureVPN users around the world.

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