VPN, which is an abbreviation for Virtual Private Network, is a service that allows you to bypass any restrictions by country that internet sites or online services might have. By using this service, your Internet connection goes through a third-party hosting machine, so you connect only to it and each and every site you open is accessed using the hosting server Internet protocol address, making it a proxy. As your authentic Internet protocol address or location are never revealed, using a Virtual private network shall also enhance your security when you access any content online as it will appear that the Virtual private network hosting server is the one opening a site, for example, and not you directly. Thus you'll be able to access content that is restricted either by the provider which offers it or by your Internet provider. We provide Virtual private network access through numerous locations throughout the world as a part of all our website hosting packages and if your websites are accommodated on our hosting servers, you could take advantage of this service without having to pay anything on top of the hosting fee.
VPN Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
The Virtual private network access is available as standard regardless of the shared web hosting service you sign up for and you will find the settings, the login credentials and a list of our hosting machines inside the Virtual private network section of your Hepsia hosting Cp. With simply a few clicks you could access any content which is blocked inside your country or that's restricted only to a particular country as we have hosting servers that you could use all over the world. This way you will have the freedom to access social networks or online streaming services no matter what as it'll appear that you are in Europe, in North America or any other specific location which you see inside your Cp as we keep adding hosting machines constantly. The VPN filter tool, which you can easily enable at any time, will block all unwanted content such as advertisements or massive images, which means less traffic and swifter loading speeds for the content that you want to view.