What is VPN?
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network is a private network that extends across a public network or the Internet. It is a method used to add security and privacy to public and private networks. In a few words, VPNs are often used to protect sensitive data.
What can you do with a VPN?
In some countries, access to certain websites is limited or restricted, due to government choices or policies of those websites. What VPN does in this case, is to direct your traffic through an encrypted tunnel, so that your data passes through any government filters and the only ones who are able to see it are you and the people you send it to. Not even your service provider will be able to intercept it.
What it does:
Secures Wi-Fi connections
Anyone on a public network can spy on your web activity. What a VPN does is to secure your private data, so that no one can access it, regardless of where you are connecting from.
Hides your IP address
When connecting with VPN PRO, a new IP address will be assigned to you, and your real one is masked by it.
Allows you to surf blocked sites
Wander freely on Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter
Permits you to enjoy your favorite tv shows
Never miss an episode on Netflix or ABC again.
Protects your communication
when logging in from an nonsecure location (a wireless access from a cafe, a wired hotel connection)
How does VPN work?
A VPN provides you with a private and secure web experience, by enabling you to send encrypted data through previously unencrypted unsecured networks.
What can VPN PRO do for you?
VPN PRO offers you connections from servers located in over one hundred places across the globe.
There is a plethora of free VPN services out there. However, most of them do not provide the anonymity they claim to offer. Moreover, they can take over your browser and spam you with content of their wish. Unlike those free VPN services, we do not store any information about your online activity nor do we bug you with unnecessary advertisements or change the content that you see. What we offer you is raw Internet, in its purest form.
What country should I choose?
Communication will be encrypted with a 1024 bit key. For speed reasons we would recommend a server in your own country or in a country nearby. If, however, you need extra safety - you can choose any country you like.
Why am I being shown a list of countries?
Servers are grouped by country, and then sorted according to their popularity.
How do I start a connection?
Select the country you want to be connected in, and then press the CONNECT button. VPN PRO will then connect to a server in that country. If it doesn't succeed the first time, it will automatically try to connect to another VPN server in that country until it succeeds. If all servers deny your connection - you will get a notification message. You can also connect to a server of your choice by clicking the “...” button at the right of the connection button and choosing it from a list.
What about the connection speed?
Some servers are faster, some servers are slower. It depends a lot on your own Internet connection, on your Internet provider’s routes and, of course, on the destination server. If you feel like a server is too slow for your needs - simply try a different server from the country you selected or connect through a server in a different country. In time, you’ll notice that servers in specific countries offer you faster VPN access depending on the hour.
What happens when the connection drops?
VPN PRO not only connects you to a server of your choice - but it also monitors the connection in order not to leave you exposed. In case a connection drops, VPN PRO will automatically try to reconnect you to the next server in the country that you chose. If another failure occurs, you will get a notification message.
Why am I seeing different Google results?
Google shows you search results based on different elements, such as your location. When connecting with VPN PRO, you are connecting to the country the server is in. Therefore, Google doesn't see you anymore as belonging to the location of your actual IP, which means that you are likely to receive different Google search results.