Pro­tect your pri­vacy on­line with the IPVan­ish VPN

No­body should know what you’re do­ing on­line ex­cept you. Make sure that your con­nec­tion stays pri­vate with the bril­liant IPVan­ish VPN

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There’s a lot go­ing on on­line, and not all of it good. Some­times the con­nec­tions we use to con­nect to the In­ter­net are not en­tirely se­cure – who’s lis­ten­ing in to that Wi-Fi network in the cof­fee shop down the road? Some­times we’re de­nied ac­cess to ser­vices we could en­joy if we sim­ply lived some­where else in the world. And some­times the web­sites we visit – or even our In­ter­net Ser­vice Providers (ISPs), or the govern­ment – log all sorts of in­for­ma­tion about us and our ac­tiv­i­ties on­line.

A Vir­tual Pri­vate Network, or VPN, is the so­lu­tion to each of these prob­lems. It sits be­tween your web browser and your In­ter­net con­nec­tion – whether you’re us­ing pub­lic Wi-Fi or con­nect­ing at home or work – and en­crypts ev­ery­thing you send and re­ceive, only un­lock­ing it once it’s been sent to a com­pletely dif­fer­ent ge­o­graph­i­cal lo­ca­tion. Your In­ter­net ad­dress changes, and no­body can see what you’re do­ing.

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