Privacy of PureVPN Users is Certified - 'Zero Log' Audit Validates Privacy Claims

The VPN Provider Put Its Reputation on the Line and Received a No-Log Certification from a Respected US-based Independent Auditor

PureVPN, the world’s fastest VPN service, has received an audit certification verifying that it keeps zero logs of user connections or activities.

Altius IT, one of the leading independent auditors based in the U.S., performed the audit. The auditor validated PureVPN’s claim that it retains no records of user activities, such as connection logs, activity logs, browsing history or DNS queries.

The Official Third-Party Audit Endorses PureVPN’s Transparent Privacy Policy

Altius IT, the leading independent audit firm based in California, USA, maintains audit certifications including Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls (CRISC), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and over a dozen other professional and audit certifications. Altius IT reviewed PureVPN’s privacy policy and no-logging claims, including the statements that the VPN provider keeps Zero Logs of:

● Browsing activities

● Connection logs

● Assigned VPN IP

● Original IP

● Connection time

● Browsing history

● Visited website

● Outgoing traffic

● DNS queries

Altius IT then thoroughly examined PureVPN’s network infrastructure documents, system configurations and system log files against those no-log claims.

The auditor stated in its findings that it:

“Did not find any evidence of any logs that could lead to identifying a specific person and/or the person’s activity when using the PureVPN service.”

User Privacy is PureVPN’s Top Priority

The VPN provider remains committed to user privacy, claiming it to be their topmost priority.

PureVPN also claims to continually make innovations in the future to guarantee the safety of their users’ privacy.

Source: PureVPN

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