Why do you need a VPN?


A VPN or Virtual Private Networking will provide an encrypted connection to the Internet which will protect your privacy and allow for anonymous streaming, browsing and downloading of files.

A VPN will mask your IP address and make it impossible for your Internet Service Provider, government, hackers, and other organizations to monitor and track what you are doing online.  This is extremely important for those who wants secure connections and use streaming applications.

In the US some users of Streaming services have been known to receive threatening DMCA letters from their Internet Service Provider or government for accessing online streams and various IPTV services.  A VPN will prevent this from happening.

A recent law passed within the United States now allows Internet Service Providers to sell customer browsing, streaming, and download logs to third parties.  Again, a VPN will protect you from this invasion of privacy. Locally, there is nothing stopping Internet service providers from selling your browsing, streaming and download logs.

Setting up a VPN is simple and we offer this service. If you want secure connection not just to your TV Box but your phone as well we can help you set it up.

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What is VPN
Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together over a public network—namely, the internet. Businesses use VPNs to connect remote datacenters, and individuals can use VPNs to get access to network resources when they’re not physically on the same LAN (local area network), or as a method for securing and encrypting their communications when they’re using an untrusted public network.

Do you access public wifi? We suggest you secure your internet connection by using a VPN.Those of you access even your bank records using public wifi. We suggest you use VPN to secure your commuunication. You should definitely use one when you travel or work on an untrusted network (read: a network you don’t own, manage, or trust who manages.) That means opening your laptop at the coffee shop and logging in to Facebook or using your phone’s Wi-Fi to check your email at the airport can all potentially put you at risk.

When you connect to a VPN, you usually launch a VPN client on your computer (or click a link on a special website), log in with your credentials, and your computer exchanges trusted keys with a far away server. Once both computers have verified each other as authentic, all of your internet communication is encrypted and secured from eavesdropping.

The most important thing you need to know about a VPN: It secures your computer’s internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you’re sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes.

Whether the VPNs you’re familiar with are the ones offered by your school or business to help you work or stay connected when you’re traveling or the ones you pay to get you watch your favorite shows in another country as they air, they’re all doing the same thing.

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