Thebestvpn review process is quite straightforward. When they review the VPN service, they actually open their wallets and become a paid customer. They never ask for free accounts. They install a VPN application, test it’s speed, compatibility with Netflix, see if there are any IP/DNS leaks or viruses, read through VPN companies' logging policy, check their jurisdiction and rank them accordingly. They test VPNs & other privacy applications on a deep technical level. You can read more about our review process here.
Recently, Thebestvpn has published review of Trust Zone service. Here are some highlights:
Because of the danger posed by IP leaks, we put every VPN that we review through a series of six tests to make sure that leaks aren’t plaguing the system. Trust.Zone passed with flying colors.
Out of the six tests that we ran, it passed every single one.
ipleak.net – Passed
perfect-privacy.com/check-ip – Passed
ipx.ac/run – Passed
browserleaks.com/webrtc – Passed
perfect-privacy.com/dns-leaktest/ – Passed
dnsleak.com – Passed
We’re happy to give Trust.Zone a clean bill of health and declare it leak free.
This is a great VPN service.
Installation and use were a snap, and there was no lag at all. The speed loss is more than acceptable, and their encryption protocols are iron clad. I feel safe knowing that my anonymity is assured by their lack of logging and existence outside of surveillance alliance jurisdiction. This cannot be overstated.
Our tests proved that their VPN software was completely leak free, rounding out the security trifecta.
I also love that Trust.Zone does not presume to tell you what you can and can’t do with your internet time.
You want to torrent? Great. Use Tor? Awesome. Stream cat videos on YouTube? Works.