Server deployment marks out PureVPN as a clearly superior product when put through a comparison with Mullvad VPN. Looking at the service model, Mullvad is deployed either through the Mullvad client or by setting up OpenVPN. With the Mullvad client, DNS Leak Protection is enforced and the internet is blocked if there is a failure in the connection (aka kill switch). PureVPN’s proprietary model has options of OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, SSTP and IKEv2. Mullvad VPN needs a bit of configuration work for Android and iOS which can be done with the help of guides provided on the site. Mullvad appears simple and scaled down as it does not ask for an email or a phone number. After downloading and installation, it is ready to use. But, for Android and iOS, the procedure is not as straightforward. PureVPN is equipped with a feature for automatic selection of protocol for users who do not have tech expertise. In terms of logs, both products do not maintain any.