Pure VPN Test

Pure VPN was developed in november 2006 to battle data loss and quickly spread in regions with Internet censorship where it helped bypass blocks and filters. It went global a year later and today it keeps more than 500 servers in 141 countries.

Accepted payment methods of PureVPN are: PayPal, Kreditkarte, MoneyBookers, AlertPay, WebMoney, Bitcoin, Plimus, Mercadopago, MyCard, Indomog, Epagseguro, Fanapay, Interac, Dotpay, Giropay, Allpay, IDeal, EPrePag, SanalPara, Posta Ceki, ToditoCash, Ukash, CashU, Fortumo, EcoPayz, Necard, gamania, Neosurf, GSCash, Ticketsurf, Allpass, Smscoin, MikroÖdeme, Impulsepay, Daopay.

Pure VPN offers three packages – Standard, Unlimited, and Pure Gold VPN – each of which requires firmware installation. The service used to keep provider logs of log-in and log-out times as well as bandwidth used for long time. Illegal activity may lead to account termination. But in 2015 they seemingly have chanced this policy to absolutely no logs, as far as we are told. Pure VPN also offers good customer support via live chat, telephone, or email. Lately PureVPN is accepts bitcoin as well.

If you want to do filesharing like P2P / Bittorrent it is important to know that Pure VPN only allows filesharing on its servers in the following countries: Bangladesh, Romania, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Tunisia, Niger, UAE, Senegal, Costa Rica, Angola, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Puerto Rico, Mauritius, Colombia, Monaco, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Oman, Moldova, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Uzbekistan, Peru, Norway, Bulgaria, Denmark, Papua New Guinea, Algeria, Kazakhstan, Tanzania, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Portugal, Nigeria, Slovenia, Serbia, Kenya, Estonia, Ecuador, Latvia, Bahrain, Belgium, Mauritania, Russia, Germany, Panama, British Virgin Islands, Sweden, Ghana, Lebanon, Madagascar, Ethiopia, Venezuela, Turkey, Belize, Laos, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Netherlands .

Where do you need a DNS from?

DNS, VPN, Smart DNS – WTF?

VPN: Virtual Private Network, a virtual tunnel through the Internet to bypass censorship or geo-restrictions for content like Netflix, Amazon Video or others.

DNS: Domain Name Server - a server on the internet which tells your computer at which IP address a specific domain name can be found. Many times, DNS Servers are used to censor certain Websites by not resolving the IP address or redirecting it.

Smart DNS: A technology / hack to route only packets from/to a specific DNS and IP address to re-route traffic from sites like Netflix and enable devices like Smart TV´s to unblock from other countries.