VPN (Virtual Private Network)

A Virtual Private Network, or VPN, extends across a public or shared network and acts as a tunnel so you can exchange data securely and anonymously across the internet as if you were connected directly to a private network.

VPN or Virtual Proxy Network allows you to connect your device to a secure connection to another network over the internet. VPN enables you to access blocked websites from your home network and puts your IP address in a land far away. You can also download the apps, open the sites blocked in your country, or use it as a way to unblock sites in school.

      Advantages of  VPN (Virtual Private Network)

Ø  Helps you avoid censorship blocks.
Ø  Masks your IP address.
Ø  Hides your physical location.
Ø  Encrypts data between your computer and the VPN server.
Ø  Does not log your browsing activity.
Ø  Allows you to access popular streaming services like Netflix and YouTube from other countries.

Is it legal to use a VPN?

It’s perfectly legal to use a VPN in most countries. However, there are a handful of countries where VPN use is a legal gray area or banned altogether. Some countries only allow the use of approved VPNs and others have separate laws for companies and individuals.
Be particularly careful when traveling to the following countries:
  • v  China
  • v  Iran
  • v  Oman
  • v  Russia
  • v  Turkey
  • v  United Arab Emirates
  • v  Belarus
  • v  Iraq
  • v  North Korea
  • v  Turkmenistan

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