What is a VPN?

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. You use your existing internet provider or cell phone service and then connect into one of our 150+ servers placed strategically around the world. Once you are connected all your data is encrypted and your IP address is changed. This makes it impossible for anyone to identify your real identity and you can browse the internet anonymously. For example if you live in the United States and connect to one of our server's in The Netherlands, anyone who sees your IP address will think you really live in The Netherlands. There is no way for anyone to see or find your real location. Your internet provider has no way to log, analyze, or monitor your internet usage as everything is encrypted once you are connected to one of our VPN servers.

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