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So, what is a VPN?
A VPN is a Virtual Private Network for computers to securely send data to each other.
When you connect a device to a VPN a private data tunnel is created between your device and a VPN server. Even though the data is sent over the public internet it is strongly encrypted so the data remains hidden.
The VPN server - which you communicate privately with on the internet - is the secure gateway for all of your internet traffic. The VPN server will be able to access content and services that are blocked in your region and send it to you via the encrypted VPN tunnel. The VPN server also hides your real IP address and location.
Why use a VPN?
> Free yourself from censorship, unblock websites like YouTube and services like Skype/VoIP. A VPN can prevent your ISP, government or employer from monitoring and controlling your online communications and browsing activity.
> Stay safe from P2P restrictions in your country and avoid being threatened or fined by the Copyright Cartel.
> Access GEO-IP content blocked in your region like YouTube, Netflix or BBC iPlayer and enjoy movies, TV & music from anywhere in the world.
> Hide your web history and private data when using insecure public WiFi hotspots.
You can use it on ALL of your connected devices. Even the TV.
Unlock the full power of the internet on your computer, mobile, TV, console (Xbox/PS3/WiiU), media player (Roku/AppleTV) or any internet connected device.
A VPN client is already built-in to your PC/Mac/Linux computer and on most mobile phones. OpenVPN - the most secure and reliable protocol - can be installed on most computers as well as Android 4+ and IOS 5+ devices.
With a VPN router the VPN client runs on the router, stays connected to the VPN and the WiFi and ethernet connections are channelled over the VPN. When you connect any of your home devices to the VPN router they are already connected to the VPN.