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Because of streaming restriction in some countries, you're invited to use (if necessary) a VPN.


A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, allows you to create a secure connection to another network over the Internet. It delivers you: anonymity, privacy and encryption. It gives you access to international data unavailable in your host country…


Uses for VPN

VPN is a fairly simple tool that can be used to do a wide variety of things:

  • Access a Business Network While Travelling: VPNs are frequently used by business travelers to access their business’ network, including all its local network resources, while on the road. The local resources don’t have to be exposed directly to the Internet, which increases security.

  • Access Your Home Network While Travelling: You can also set up your own VPN to access your own network while travelling. This will allow you to access a Windows Remote Desktop over the Internet, use local file shares, and play games over the Internet as if you were on the same LAN (local area network).

  • Hide Your Browsing Activity from Your Local Network and ISP: If you’re using a public Wi-Fi connection, your browsing activity on non-HTTPS websites is visible to everyone nearby, if they know how to look. If you want to hide your browsing activity for a bit more privacy, you can connect to a VPN. The local network will only see a single, secure VPN connection. All the other traffic will travel over the VPN connection. While this can be used to bypass connection-monitoring by your Internet service provider, bear in mind that VPN providers may opt to log the traffic on their ends.

  • Access Geo-Blocked Websites: Whether you’re an American trying to access your Netflix account while travelling out of the country or you wish you could use American media sites like Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu, you’ll be able to access these region-restricted services if you connect to a VPN located in the USA.

  • Bypass Internet Censorship.

  • Downloading Files: Yes, let’s be honest – many people use VPN connections to download files via BitTorrent. This can actually be useful even if you’re downloading completely legal torrents – if your ISP is throttling BitTorrent and making it extremely slow, you can use BitTorrent on a VPN to get faster speeds. The same is true for other types of traffic your ISP might interfere with (unless they interfere with VPN traffic itself.)


Before choosing your provider, please check for:

  • Confidentiality: If your data is “sniffed” it should return encrypted data. ibVPN use multiple encryption methods: 128-bit AES, and 256-bit Blowfish.

  • Integrity: Your personal messaging should be private and your VPN should detect any instances of tampering.

  • Authenticity: Your VPN provider should prevent unauthorized access to your account from any external sources.

  • Routing: A choice of servers should be available to you, with P2P servers located in secure countries.

  • Bandwidth: The best VPN providers offer unlimited bandwidth.

  • Continuity: A VPN is only as good as the network it’s built upon. Ensure the VPN provider you choose is established with a number of servers around the globe.

  • Communication: Review your VPN provider’s customer service before parting with your cash.

  • Scalability: If you own more than one device, you’ll need your VPN to be scalable to your needs, including cross-device support. Cover your laptop, phone, and tablet with the same provider.


The act of surfing through another IP is legal in most countries.

Hiding your IP address to perform illegal activities is violating the law and can get you in trouble.

Do NOT use VPN to promote:

  • Downloading audios & videos, piracy, illegal sharing of copyrighted, trademark, or patented content

  • Child pornography

  • Email and account hacking

  • Spreading viruses, worms, trojans, malware, rootkits or other destructive activities

  • Spamming via email or other ways

  • Fraud, phishing, theft, scamming…..

  • Instructional information on terrorism or other illegal activities

  • Any other illegal activities.....