PureVPN and VPNSecure both offer a range of features to provide you with secure and private online connections. Both use 256-bit encryption, offer a choice of tunneling protocols, and include a kill switch in their apps. However, VPNSecure has a stronger approach to privacy, as it has a strict no-logging policy. PureVPN, on the other hand, keeps partial information logs, although it does not log specific activity. PureVPN has the larger server network, offering servers in nearly three times as many countries. Both providers offer five simultaneous connections per license and accept anonymous payment options. Both are also easy to install and use, and offer a live chat customer service option. VPNSecure generally has longer waiting times on its live chat, but the customer service teams for both providers are knowledgeable and helpful. Both PureVPN and VPNSecure are optimized for streaming; PureVPN offers specific servers, particularly for Netflix, while VPNSecure utilizes SmartDNS for streaming. While both can be used to access geo-restricted content, VPNSecure is currently unable to unblock Netflix.