There has been no testing of PureVPN lately for various reasons. Today’s test will be a more comprehensive test of this VPN’s app direct connection in Windows 10, and since I’ve had very little feedback from readers lately about PureVPN’s problems, I’ve ignored it for a while, so today’s test can serve as a strong reference in order to get a more accurate understanding of its wall-climbing situation in China.
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Local device and network: Windows10/200M/WiFi;
Speedtest Ping: 9ms; Download: 232.06Mbps; Upload: 17.77Mbps;
PureVPN Last 6 test reports: [See More]
Checking out multiple test reports can help you understand more effectively how this VPN works in the long run.
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PureVPN Win10 App Connection test in China:
Starting Time: Oct 19, 2020, 1:21 PM
The tests are sorted by the time of Ping’s feedback. If I encounter virtual servers (containing the Virtual flag) during this process, I just skip them and don’t test them. Because these virtual servers will almost never connect successfully over the wall.
Protocol and Model: Automatic + Free network
Germany: Failed; (Try once)
United Kingdom: Failed; (Try once)
South Korea: Failed; (Try once)
United States: Failed; (Try once)
Russia: Failed; (Try once)
Denmark: Failed; (Try once)
Vietnam: Failed; (Try once)
Ireland: Failed; (Try once)
Netherlands: Failed; (Try once)
Slovakia: First success; (Time efficiency: 10s)
Speedtest Ping: 264ms; Download: 0.58Mbps; Upload: 1.39Mbps;
Netflax Fast: 170Kbps;
France: Failed; (Try once)
Greece: Failed; (Try once)
Sweden: Failed; (Try once)
Austria: First success; (Time efficiency: 10s)
Speedtest Ping: 238ms; Download: 17.25Mbps; Upload: 1.29Mbps;
Netflax Fast: 170Kbps;
Uruguay: Failed; (Try once)
Canada: Failed; (Try once)
Romania: Failed; (Try once)
Italy: First success; (Time efficiency: 10s)
Speedtest Ping: 203ms; Download: 0.34Mbps; Upload: 1.72Mbps;
Netflax Fast: 88Kbps;
Thailand: First success; (Time efficiency: 10s)
Speedtest Ping: 406ms; Download: 17.65Mbps; Upload: 0.8Mbps;
Netflax Fast: 4.8Mbps;
Spain: Failed; (Try once)
Iceland: Failed; (Try once)
Costa Rica: First success; (Time efficiency: 10s)
Speedtest Ping: 321ms; Download: 0.58Mbps; Upload: 1.18Mbps;
Netflax Fast: 170Kbps;
Belgium: Failed; (Try once)
Estonia: Failed; (Try once)
Finland: Failed; (Try once)
Moldova: Failed; (Try once)
Latvia: Failed; (Try once)
Ghana: Failed; (Try once)
Mexico: Failed; (Try once)
Japan: Failed; (Try once)
Hungary: Failed; (Try once)
Malta: Failed; (Try once)
Poland: Failed; (Try once)
Summary: The above test results show that PureVPN’s app direct connection in Windows 10 is currently not ideal. I would have been able to accept this result during the October blockade, but at the moment all other VPNs have been able to work more normally.
Windows10 PureVPN Version: 7.1.3 Protocol: Auto+Free network
Today’s Test Score：★ ★