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FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!
What Is A VPN?
VPN stands for virtual private network. The network part, well, that’s easy. It’s basically a bunch of computers that share various resources. Private? That one’s pretty self-explanatory. The “virtual” bit is where things get a little more complicated.
When you connect to a VPN, all the data that gets sent from your device to the private network at the other end (and back) is “encapsulated.” Each packet of data gets put inside another packet — think putting a letter into an envelope to keep its contents from being read during transport. The envelope could still be opened, though. That’s why organizations like the CIA put tamper-proof tape over the flap. With a VPN connection, encryption is the tamper-proof tape. Some VPNs use SSL for encryption (just like secure websites do). Others might use IPSec or PPTP.
The end result is a sort of network-within-a-network, but because of encapsulation and encryption your connection to a VPN remains private even though the data you’re transmitting is moving over the very public Internet.
What can I do with a VPN?
A VPN is a multi-purpose digital survival tool. You can use your VPN to:
- Hide your real IP addressand surf the web with absolute privacy
- Protect your confidential information(e.g. e-banking credentials, social media passwords) through VPN encryption
- Unblock and access your favorite websitesand social media platforms
- Stream and download anything securely, anonymously, and with no limits
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WHAT IS SSL?
The SSL security protocol provides data encryption, server authentication, message integrity, and optional client authentication for a TCP/IP connection. Because SSL is built into all major browsers and web servers, simply installing a digital certificate turns on their SSL capabilities.
Won’t a VPN Slow my Internet Connection Down?
This depends on a few points but should not be noticeable for most VPN users. Using VPN software simply connects your computer to a server before sending off any information, this is effectively like visiting a website (the VPN server) before loading the website you actually want.
This will only slow down your speed by a small fraction as long as you have a reasonably fast connection speed to begin with. Your internet connection speed will be determined by your original internet speed and the location of the server provided by the VPN software that you install. The closer you are to the VPN server, the faster your internet connection will be.
What is IP address?
An IP address is a virtual address that indicates the computer location in a network. It is used to ascribe an identity which always is unique to every computer that has internet access and it is similar to actual physical address.
Internet Protocol (IP) address is keen for data transferring between computers or networks. Due to the scope of the internet, data gathering would be almost impossible without a reference point such as unique IP address.
For example, when you browse the internet, your computer will link URL request with your IP address which will transmit the request over the internet to retrieve information. Information or the resulting data will only be sent back to the IP address that initiated the request. Accordingly, similar to a normal physical address, two IP addresses are needed for the successful transfer of data between two different systems.
How an IP address relates to online security & privacy?
Since every computer in a network is assigned with an IP address to retrieve information, all activity performed online has an IP signature. Just like your Internet Service Provider (ISP), every webpage tracks the IP address of a visitor to collect user-oriented data and this is done without the agreement of the visitor.
All kinds of user identification can be collected by tracking this IP address, and straightaway, the website can gather wide variety of information such as ISP, actual location and other information that can be stored and used respectively to the discretion of the website.
At present, search engine giants such as Google are using IP addresses as well to associate search pattern and online activity with every single user. This is being done to send more targeted ads, but with the kind of information that is being collected, it is worrying to note that Google is in a position to profile and internet user quite accurately.
Do you store logs?
We do not log any of your activity that you do online. The only information we keep about our users is e-mail address (used for connecting to VPN, marketing and troubleshooting purposes) and the billing information (used for a refunding procedures).
What is the difference between a Proxy and a VPN service?
VPN connections are much more stable and secure than proxies. Not all applications are compatible with a proxy and most require a special configuration to work with a proxy. You don’t need any special configuration for applications to work under a VPN connection.