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Once the VPN is connected to the fastest server in a specific region, we then run six tests in total to determine the overall average. The first three are dry runs which connect to the closest server here in Portland, designed to gather data for a control of what the unrestricted non-VPN speed looks like at the hour we tested locally.Trust.Zone VPN speed for Los Angeles server in the US
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Trust.Zone provides green light for torrenting and p2p on all servers.
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We recommend Trust.Zone because it’s a light VPN service that offers good security on a budget. Having peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing is great for those who make use of bits of the file from other users, which makes their downloads smooth.
We tested a few servers in the US and the Europen region to record the speed. Let’s discuss them:
US Speed Test
Ping 195 ms
Download: 60.61 Mbps
Upload: 36.75 Mbps
EU Speed Test
Ping: 43 ms
Download: 68.46 Mbps
Upload: 46.12 Mbps
We kept a benchmark of 97 Mbps for download speed and 53 Mbps for upload speed. If you compare the speeds, then the EU did much better than the US with a 29% fall in download, and a 13% in upload speed.
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We experienced average and quite fast speeds while using Trust.Zone VPN.
We Even the dedicated online video streaming test (fast.com) showed good enough speed for 4K streaming.[/left]
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Speed testing results were overall pretty good. I could typically get around 40-50 Mbps on all European servers. I was impressed with some of the server speeds in the US, which are further away from my location in Europe and typically slower. But with Trust Zone’s Massachusetts (USA) server, I could again get close to 50 Mbps.Security and privacy testing results: Trust Zone did well in all tests for this review.
Windows – I thoroughly tested the Windows VPN app with different servers. I did not find any IP address leaks, DNS leaks, or WebRTC leaks.
Mac OS X – I tested Trust Zone on the latest version of Mac OS Sierra using Tunnelblick, which is free, open source VPN client for Mac OS. I did not find any problems or leaks through extensive testing.
Android – I tested Trust Zone on android using the built-in IPSec configuration. I did not find any leaks or problems.