TrueVPN is an Australian-based VPN proxy service that offers zero-knowledge DNS and supports perfect forward secrecy. While it packs a heavy punch when it comes to user privacy, it lacks power in other areas.
TrueVPN doesn’t have an app for any of the devices it currently supports. Instead, you load the TrueVPN file into OpenVPN’s app and create a profile. The OpenVPN app is easy to use and despite needing to use second-party software, setting up TrueVPN is pretty straightforward.
You can use TrueVPN on up to 5 devices simultaneously. The website also provides instructions on how to set up a VPN router as well, which would allow you to cover more devices at once.
TrueVPN has two impressive features for a lesser-known, zero-knowledge DNS and supporting perfect forward secrecy. Zero-knowledge DNS means that TrueVPN runs its own DNS for every server, it never collects connection logs, browsing data, or any personally identifiable information. Perfect forward secrecy is a continual change in encryption keys, that can help protect your sensitive data in the event of a malware or hacker attack.
It also features security standards like OpenVPN protocol, 256-bit AES encryption, and a no-logs policy. If it had a kill switch and allowed split tunneling, it would have all the top-notch security features most VPN users are looking for.
While TrueVPN’s servers are spread out across 34 countries, it only has around 160+ servers.
Can it unblock Netflix? Yes! Not only can it unblock Netflix, but it also bypassed geoblocks for Hulu, Disney+, and BBC iPlayer! TrueVPN also offers unlimited speed and bandwidth, so you can watch as much as you like. On the downside, the limited amount of servers does mean you’ll be dealing with slow speeds during peak hours.
|Number of countries with servers||34|
|Number of servers||160|
|Number of IP addresses||160|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||5|