ExpressVPN Test Report
Here’s the checklist sheet to ExpressVPN’s score.
Numbers don’t lie. We had gone through 28 inspect elements.
And the score is out, 92 over 100!
|Inspect Elements||Checked||Point Weight|
|Outside 14 Eyes||✓||4/4|
|Double VPN Servers Routing||✓||4/4|
|No Bandwidth Limit||✓||3/3|
|Public Wifi Protection||✓||4/4|
|Own Server Farm||✓||4/4|
|Google Play Review||(132,103)||5/5|
|App Store Review||(69,400)||5/5|
|Download Speed Reduction||✓||4/4|
|Upload Speed Reduction||✓||4/4|
|DNS Leak Test||✓||4/4|
|WebRTC Leak Test||✓||4/4|
|IPV6 Leak Test||✓||4/4|
|Auto Cookies Deletion||✗||0/2|
|Scan Downloaded File||✗||0/2|
Last fact checked: 20th April, 2020
Ranked 1st from all of the best VPN tested.
Beta Distribution for Google Play and App Store Review
Playstore review of 4.1 stars rating from 132,086 individuals score is 0.82
Appstore review of 4.6 stars rating from 69,400 individuals score is 0.92
Calculation closer to 1 is better.
1.00 < x < 0.8 – earn 5 points
0.79 < x < 0.6 – earn 4 points
0.59 < x < 0.4 – earn 3 points
0.39 < x < 0.2 – earn 2 points
0.19 < x < 0.0 – earn 1 point
|Type||Without ExpressVPN||With ExpressVPN||Differences in %|
|Download||31 Mbps||31 Mbps||0%|
|Upload||22 Mbps||24 Mbps||+9.15%|
We are using fast.com to run the speed test for download and upload speed.
x < 5% – earn 4 points
x < 10% – earn 3 points
x < 15% – earn 2 points
x < 20% – earn 1 point
Latency / Ping Test
|Locations||Without ExpressVPN||With ExpressVPN||Differences|
|Washington||327 ms||312 ms||-15 ms|
|San Francisco||395 ms||211 ms||-184 ms|
|Sao Paulo||581 ms||422 ms||-159 ms|
|Hong Kong||75 ms||68 ms||-7 ms|
|Amsterdam||201 ms||256 ms||+55 ms|
|Moscow||307 ms||246 ms||-61 ms|
|Average||314 ms||253 ms||-61 ms|
Greater the measure distance, higher the ping time will be .
x < 60 ms – earn 4 points
x < 100 ms – earn 3 points
x < 150 ms – earn 2 points
x < 200 ms – earn 1 point
DNS Leak Test
No. I’m not from Singapore. DNS leak test passed as they are showing the server that I am connected to instead of my real IP.
Both the local and public IP addresses are from the ExpressVPN server instead of mine. Test passed!
IPV6 Leak Test
I actually went over to email and ask ExpressVPN about their server. They actually owned all of their servers themselves!
Here’s their full answer.
Art, Apr 20, 4:10 PM +08:
Thank you for contacting ExpressVPN Support.
I understand that you are inquiring about our servers. Please allow me to assist you.
I wish to inform you that all our servers our owned and being managed by ExpressVPN.
Running a secure and ultra-fast network on the scale that ExpressVPN does is expensive. As compared to budget VPN providers, ExpressVPN invests in a better and more reliable platform to provide you with a superior and secure experience.
Our encryption technology is the strongest in the industry and we invest more in our platform and provide a superior experience for our customers.
At ExpressVPN, we know users count on us to protect their privacy and security, and we take that responsibility seriously. With our industry-first TrustedServer technology, our VPN servers run entirely on RAM and not the hard drive, to ensure that absolutely nothing—neither information nor intruders—can remain on a server when it is rebooted.
Hope this helps and please do get back to us if you have other questions.
If you still need further assistance, you can reach Live Chat Support by clicking this link: https://www.expressvpn.com/
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