Everything is for free during the test period, which will last at least 6 months.
You can choose and change the payment format at any time (this covers periods from 1 hour to 3 years).
💨 High Speed
You can watch any video content in any resolution without any loss of quality and lags. We strive to offer extremely high speed for your comfort. All our servers have a minimum of 1 Gbps speed and will be upgraded in the future.
In the case of OpenVPN, one has to choose: maximum paranoid anonymity and encryption and low speed (due to the need for serious encryption, which takes time) or moderate encryption and high connection speed. We have developed the optimal settings for the first and second cases so that the client can choose what he needs. Anonymity is preserved in both instances.
In addition, users from some countries can choose a server that is closer to them, so that everything runs even faster (servers that are far away will slow down your speed). The list of countries will expand rapidly with time.
We know that slow Internet is dead Internet, so we are constantly working to enable new features. We use the combination of the best protocols like PPTP, which does not encrypt traffic in any way, however, it is almost the fastest one around. It’s ideal for streamers, gamers, and so on, although we recommend OpenVPN for the best combination of speed and security.
We have all the protocols for lightning-fast work, and in this sense, in fact, there is definitely something to choose from. We are also very careful with the routing algorithms since we know how much this can affect the exchange of data.
🔒 Private DNS
Encryption takes care of all your data that can be used against you. When you want to go to a site, your computer asks for coordinates (where to go) from a huge system in which records and addresses are stored called the Domain Name System.
You type the address of the site (it is easier to remember the letters), and the computer requests the IP address from the DNS system. The request bounces through the hierarchy of complex systems for a long time until it finds its IP - and then you go to the website. Well, we’re saying long, but this is long in computer terms. For you it takes longer to blink.
The problem is that this is visible to hackers and the government. The government can very easily and simply intercept your request and not grant you access to Spotify, but this is half the trouble. Hackers can intercept a DNS query and mess with it, redirecting you to another site and stealing data.
We do not only use generally accepted standards such as AES-256, just to tick the box. There are more nuances: for example, the IP address of the VPN connection and the outgoing IP address (which sites or services see) are different. This adds anonymity and does not allow to calculate the user’s location using the logs of the ISP provider and another service, for example, Gmail.
This already happened once when a VPN service did not issue logs and user information, but it was defeated by someone comparing the logs of its connection to the IP of the VPN service and logs in Gmail with the same IP address at the same time. But we don’t allow this, since ISP providers will have one IP in the logs, and another in the Gmail logs. This completely eliminates any leaks, and your provider does not know anything about your online activities and cannot control and limit you.
Private DNS will work whatever server you are connected to. Connect and get absolute anonymity! Try us for free.
📡 Dedicated IP
When you access the Internet through a VPN, you are assigned a new IP address. In this case, the IP address can be shared with a bunch of people who will log on to the Internet. This has its advantages. On the one hand, it works like a mixer - a lot of data is poured into one network and mixed (plus encryption) - and then there is no figuring who is where doing what. On the other hand, if the bank, Netflix, or the postal service associates illegal activity with this IP address, it will be blacklisted - and this will also affect you.
Each situation has its own solutions, so we offer a dedicated IP address. This function has a huge number of advantages:
Not many VPNs can make their way through the brutal geolocation filters that Netflix has. They easily block public IP addresses. This is not the case with users with dedicated IP addresses.
If you frequently use different IP addresses, Gmail may suspect you (after all, for them, as for us, your security is their job). A bank definitely will.
Some services include the function of trusted (white) IP addresses (that is, allowing access only to those IP addresses that are in this list). This means that all access attempts from other IP addresses will be automatically blocked.
Using a dedicated IP address in conjunction with 2FA (two-factor authentication) makes your security absolute.
⏩ Port Forwarding
Far from all VPNs offer exclusive features like Port Forwarding (sometimes referred to as port mapping). Port forwarding allows remote computers (on the Internet) to redirect signals to a specific computer or service within a private local-area network (LAN). This is a phenomenally useful feature that can be used for a few purposes like optimizing torrent performance, increasing protection, making things a lot simpler, and basically enabling you to access (“white“ IPs only) a device which is connected to the Internet from anywhere in the known world.
❓ How does it work?
VPNs are all about keeping you secure and changing, redirecting, and masking ports and packages of data. For that, they use a combination of advanced techniques. Port forwarding enables a PC to grab data traffic which is going to the IP address and send it to another IP. This is, for instance, very useful if you have a Local Area Network, which is concealed from the rest of the Internet by a NAT (Network Address Translation) mechanism. This mechanism allows protecting the LAN data from external Internet threats.
🈚 What does this mean in human language?
Interestingly enough, since we’re talking fun and games, Counter-Strike the video game also massively benefits from port forwarding. Sometimes only port forwarding (or Faux-DMZ but that’s a long story) can save you from the soul-crushing desperation of not being able to play.
If you’re playing CS on a server, other gamers will have to send requests to you in order to join. Problem: other people send you requests, but your router is confused because it doesn’t know which server on the inside network to send the request to because it only has the public address. Port forwarding allows you to add the destination port number and the IP address so that users outside will be able to find the needed PC and start playing CS with you. Pow. The magic of Counter-Strike begins.
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