VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. In short, most Internet users don’t need
VPN. However, if you run into the following situations, you are advised to connect to
the Internet via VPN:
Download What You Want
Use torrents to download large files which you do not want to be tracked by anybody,
like your sysadmin, Internet Service Provider (ISP) or anybody else. Avoid lawyers
sending you stupid letters.
Stay Private, Ignore Sysadmins
Hide your Internet browsing history from your sysadmin, management or ISP. And
it’s not always about porn sites - your sysadmin may use the information obtained
from your browsing history against you and your career.
Gain Full Internet Access
You want to break through any kind of firewall, whether it is a corporate, university
or a government firewall. VPN is the ONLY answer: it allows you to go where you
want, while sysadmin doesn’t know where you go. Our customers in China easily
visit Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
Pretend To Be In a Different Place
Gain access to any content by pretending you are browsing Internet from a different
place. Watch Hulu while being in China and visit BBC online while traveling in Africa.
You can easily check how it works - just search “what is my IP address” in Google.
Data Leaks? Not On Your Watch
Remember how many information leaks happened in the near years, including
Wikileaks cases and Sony PlayStation disaster? Someone was not professional
enough protecting data and data transfers. VPN is complete and guaranteed solution
- there will be no leaks. At least outside of your computer - the area which is most
dangerous and, on the other hand, controlled by us.
To summarize, VPN does really make your Internet experience powerful and trouble-
free. If it sounds good to you, you should try.