The Tor network aims to provide users with truly anonymous internet access. In some ways, then, it serves a similar purpose to using a VPN. There are core differences between the technologies, however, that in practical terms make them useful in quite different ways. Read my Tor Network Review to find out more!
- Extremely private
- Provides Anonymity
- Access the deep web
- Too slow for streaming
- Quite technical.
There is no doubt that with PureVPN you get a lot of VPN for your money, and there is much to recommend the service. Unfortunately, there are also some major issues.
- 750+ servers in 141 countries: So there will always be a server near you
- Five simultaneous connections: Up to five devices at once for maximum protection
- WiFi security: Protects you automatically on new WiFi networks
- Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection: Advanced port forwarding
- Split tunneling
- 24/7 live chat: Round-the-clock support when you need it
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Pure is the only vpn I have tried that lets me get on to BBC iplayer every time and I have used, PIA, Air and Express.
It is curious how we have had such a different experiences. My connections on multiple servers with PureVPN have been fast and reliable on a... more