ExpressVPN has validated the security status of all its desktop applications through three independent tests conducted by respected cybersecurity firms Cure53 and F-Secure . Cure53 ran both ExpressVPNs .
(PRNewswire) — The British Virgin Islands, November 24: ExpressVPN, a leading consumer privacy and security firm, has validated the security status of all its desktop applications through three new independent tests conducted by respected cybersecurity firms Cure53 and F-Secure.The three new audits come just weeks after KPMG's investigation into ExpressVPN's no-logs policy, highlighting the company's commitment to third-party privacy and security checks.Cure53 ran both ExpressVPN's macOS and Linux desktop apps through white-box penetration tests and source code review.According to the research, the applications are protected against cyberattacks from malicious adversaries.This highlights the significant work done by ExpressVPNs engineering and security experts to create a more secure, more accessible internet for millions of users around the world.The investigation shows that ExpressVPN's latest Windows desktop application is unable to be altered to reveal details such as a user's IP address outside of the VPN tunnel.It also guarantees that the app is not vulnerable to remote code execution attacks.With all of ExpressVPNs desktop applications tested, users can go online with the confidence that their privacy is respected and do so confidently.Cure53's complete audit report for macOS can be found here and Linux here. We're proud to announce that all of our desktop applications have been tested, according to Brian Schirmacher, account manager for ExpressVPN.These reviews demonstrate how much work we put into improving and securing our software, and we were delighted to receive the validation from Cure53 and F-Secure.We're committing to launching audits on our mobile applications shortly, and we'll continue to keep consumers informed at every step of our service's development.The complete blog post can be viewed online. ExpressVPNs Keys password manager and Aircove router make internet privacy and safety simple and accessible to everyone.ExpressVPN products have been tested by PwC, Cure53, and others in accordance with their commitment to transparency.Since 2021, the company is part of Kape Technologies (LSE:KAPE).Visit www.expressvpn.com for more information on ExpressVPN's industry-leading privacy and security products.