VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is essentially a proxy set up on a remote hosting machine and if you connect to it, all of your Internet traffic will go through it. This way if you open a site, the IP address which shall be accessing the internet site will be the one of the hosting machine 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 assuming that the server your connection goes through is situated in one of these countries. Using a VPN will also boost your online security since you will not be revealing your actual Internet protocol address and location when you access any content on the web. Although there are firms that offer only Virtual private network services, we've made a decision to include VPN access to all web hosting plans we offer and at no additional charge, so you could use the service free of charge if you already host your websites on our hosting servers.

VPN Traffic in Web Hosting

If you have a web hosting account, for example, you will find a Virtual private network section in the Hepsia Cp which is used to take care of all shared accounts. You'll find all the information which you need there - server hostname, login details and a list of the server locations that you may use. We keep expanding the latter at all times, so with several mouse clicks you can access any online content from any location around the globe - the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, and so on. With this free service you are able to use an encrypted connection to access social networks that are restricted inside your country or streaming services that enable access only from selected countries and your actual location will never be disclosed because you aren't accessing anything directly. The filter that you shall find inside the Virtual private network section of Hepsia shall allow you to improve your browsing speed and to limit the generated traffic by blocking any unwanted content such as large images and advertisements.