See what the Free VPN Access offer includes, what it's best used for and how you could use it with other devices.
VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is basically a proxy set up on a remote hosting server and when you connect to it, all your Internet traffic will go through it. This way if you open an internet site, the IP address that will be accessing the site will be the one of the server and not your own. This service permits you to open internet sites, download files or access online services that are restricted exclusively to selected counties given that the server which your connection goes through is positioned in one of those countries. Using a Virtual private network shall also raise your online security as you will not be revealing your actual Internet protocol address and location when you access any content on the web. Though there are companies which deliver only VPN services, we've decided to include VPN access to all internet hosting packages we offer and at no additional charge, so you'll be able to use the service absolutely free if you already host your sites on our hosting machines.
VPN Traffic in Web Hosting
You will find the Virtual private network settings which you will need to use in your client within the Hepsia Cp, which comes with all our web hosting
packages. Within the same section you'll be able to also see all servers that we have around the world, so you could select the one which you need and any time you access any online content, it shall look as if you are in the USA, Canada, Europe, and so forth. We keep adding hosting servers from different locations on a regular basis to provide you with as much freedom to surf online content as possible. For your convenience, we've also included a Virtual private network filter, which blocks adverts and other images. This shall allow you to load internet sites much quicker without spending traffic on content that you don't need. Via our VPN service you can effortlessly access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content that might not be available inside your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for whatever reason.