Find what VPN is, learn how to get free VPN access with your hosting account and how to apply it to your devices.
VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is in simple terms a proxy set up on a remote server and in case you connect to it, all of your Internet traffic will go through it. In this way if you open a website, the IP address which will be accessing the website shall be the one of the hosting machine and not your own. This service enables you to open internet sites, download files or access online services which are restricted only to specific counties provided the server which your connection goes through is situated in one of these countries. Using a VPN will also increase your online security as you won't be revealing your actual Ip and location when you access any content on the internet. While there are companies that offer only VPN services, we've made a decision to include Virtual private network access to all internet hosting plans we offer and at no additional charge, so you'll be able to use the service for free if you already host your internet sites on our hosting servers.
VPN Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
The Virtual private network access is available automatically regardless of the shared web hosting service you sign up for and you shall discover the settings, the login credentials and a list of our servers in the VPN section of your Hepsia hosting Cp. With a couple of clicks you'll be able to access any content that's blocked inside your country or that's restricted only to a specific country as we have servers that you could use all around the globe. This way you'll have the freedom to access social networks or online streaming services no matter what because it'll appear that you are in Europe, in North America or any other location you see inside your Control Panel as we keep adding hosting machines on a regular basis. The Virtual private network filter tool, that you can enable whenever you want, will block all undesired content like advertisements or big images, which means less traffic and swifter loading speeds for the content that you want to access.