Web-Leader.net VPN has a clean design, and user-friendly interface but is it ready to compete with top VPNs? Not just yet, there are still multiple areas the VPN could improve on.
The VPN is a product of MIU Dev, which has been around since 2008. MIU Dev offers other security software like proxies for business and individual use and designs a few game apps as well.
Web-Leader.net VPN has a mere 30+ servers in 23 countries. True it’s a small network, but it still covers a fair amount of the globe. Those 30+ servers include two in the US, and they were strong enough to bypass regional Netflix blocks.
I did notice the streaming speeds lagged during peak hours and wasn’t that impressed with the video quality. I was unable to access BBC iPlayer, 9Now, or UK Netflix.
Web-Leader.net VPN is compatible with macOS, Windows, and Android. You can choose between a variety of protocols including OpenVPN, L2TP, IKEv2, and PPTP.
It also claims to work on gaming systems, routers, and Smart TVs. The part Web-Leader.net leaves out is that in order to operate it on any system that doesn’t allow Android or Windows apps, you’ll need an emulator. Plus, I wasn’t able to find any support articles in the knowledge base for any of those devices.
In terms of advanced features it offers a quick connect, DNS leak protection, and Always On. It doesn’t offer a kill switch or allow split tunneling though, features that are essential if you use torrenting sites a lot. For that reason, I wouldn’t recommend torrenting with Web-Leader.net VPN.
|Number of countries with servers||23|
|Number of servers||30|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||3|