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PureVPN aims to provide a feature-rich service to its users. What sets PureVPN apart from other VPN providers in the industry is its innovative features, including Internet Kill Switch, Split Tunneling, 10 Multi logins, and IPv6 Leak Protection.

Here, we will discuss each feature individually along with why you need these features. Let’s begin with Internet Kill Switch:

Internet Kill Switch

A VPN is no doubt a powerful tool for security and encryption, however, as soon as the connection drops, you become vulnerable to all kinds of online threats. In most cases, the VPN takes a few seconds to reconnect, but every second may pose a threat to your online identity and personal data. This is where Internet Kill Switch negates this risk.

Internet Kill Switch, once activated, literally works like a “Kill Switch” because it shuts down every internet activity as soon as the user’s VPN connection is dropped. And, as the VPN connection is re-established, the internet activities initiated by the user resume to their normal state.

Why do you need Internet Kill Switch:

Connecting with a VPN and using a Wi-Fi is secure, but what if your VPN connection drops and you don’t even notice it until it reconnects again. This small gap of time is enough to compromise a system. This is why we assert that Internet Kill Switch is a must-have feature.

Split Tunneling

Split Tunneling is a security feature that splits and routes selected traffic over the VPN network while letting other traffic route through the normal Internet connection. Usually, private and confidential traffic is routed through the VPN, while non-confidential traffic like video streaming goes through local internet connection.

PureVPN has recently added Split Tunneling feature to its Android app as well. 

Why you need Split Tunneling Feature:

If you wish to avail security and privacy of VPN without losing speed for certain online activities then “Split Tunneling” is your go-to solution.

10 Multi-Logins

PureVPN has various features, but what sets it apart from other VPN services is 10 multi logins. There are many VPN providers in the industry, but not all of them offer 5 multi logins. In other words, if you buy one PureVPN account, you can actually use it on 10 different devices at the same time.

Why you need multi-Logins:

If you have a family, then you must be looking for a complete online security solution for all your family members. So, if you buy one PureVPN account, you can share it with your wife, children, mom, dad, siblings and friends as well.

IPv6 Leak Protection

IPv6 stands for “Internet Protocol Version 6” and is currently known as tomorrow’s Internet protocol since it is indented to replace the current IP Version 4. There are a lot of vulnerabilities and road blocks attached with IPv6 protocol. A third-party or a malicious attacker can trace any user requests by enticing them to browse particular web pages, downloading an image, advertisement or CSS file from an IPv6 URL. BitTorrent users are top on the list for IPv6 Leak. In the case of IPv6 Leak, a hacker can get hold of your personal information and your original IP.

Why you need IPv6 Leak Protection:

It is paramount that you keep your data protected at all times, and the best way to do so is by checking IPv6 Leak Protection.

VPN on Demand

You can conveniently add your desired URLs, which you want to continually run on PureVPN iOS app. Once a URL is added, whenever you open selected URLs, PureVPN app will automatically connect and load your desired URL. Hence, keeping you secure by default in case you forget to connect with PureVPN.

Click here if you want to know how to use this feature

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