Have you ever thought Edward Snowden tells the truth? It is so easy for governments to track all of our Internet data. All they need is to get access to our wifi. That’s it. And not only governments. Now you can google free hacking guides how to steal personal information from any not protected web user. Isn’t that scary?
I can’t imagine having crypto without using VPN nowadays.
Did you feel vexed when you found out Facebook selling your data to third parties who are exploiting and profiting from it?
Let’s go ahead. Have you ever faced the websites which are banned in your country? Every country has a blacklist of websites you can’t access. And cryptocurrency sites became popular among these lists. Do you think it’s fair? But being on the Internet doesn’t relate to your jurisdiction. The Internet is a worldwide web. So if you got access from the server in another country, it’s not a crime. Sometimes such regulatory decisions are not fair, and sometimes they contradict other laws. Say, there is still no clear legislation regarding crypto in your country, but the websites are banned. In such case, VPN is the only way to handle it.
What VPN really does?
VPN (virtual private network) does a lot of cool stuff. It uses cryptography to hash and secure all the data you are sending through your Internet connection. It provides you with a server in any location of the earth. It ensures the highest speed of connection which saves you a lot of time and makes you more satisfied. VPN services have different levels of functionality. Some of them just route your traffic to another place. Others protect you from any third party tracking and provide you comprehensive coverage. Using a combination of both an anonymized cryptocurrency and a VPN ensures maximum user anonymity when it comes to your online crypto activities.
Let’s clarify all the benefits on one list.
It provides IP addresses from different locations thereby masking your own IP
It doesn’t keep and share the logs of your activities with any third parties
It utilizes encryption to secure your connection from attack
It improves the speed of your internet connection with unlimited bandwidth
It’s not a complete list of all you can get. Some providers offer extra security add-ons. Let’s have a look at the service called RocketVPN and its features.
What does RocketVPN have?
256-bit encryption, supporting the best protocols:
- L2TP (this technology is used by governments to protect secret data)
- OpenVPN (even more powerful tool, providing the virtual and dynamic infrastructure of highly secured VPN connections)
Servicing any device (Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Linux), up to 5 per 1 account
7 days free trial
Prices start from $2.49 per month
VISA/MC, PayPal, cryptocurrency payments available
24/7 full support
Additional services, upon request (like filtering traffic)
Corporate VPN, from $29.99 per month (up to 100 connections)
How to use RocketVPN?
RocketVPN has simple and friendly interface. Here is a quick demo:
Let's clarify everything you need to do here step by step (I will use my Mac):
1. Go to the RocketVPN website, choose the pricing plan convenient for you (plans differ only by the period of usage):
2. Complete registration:
3. Complete the payment:
4. If you like to pay with cryptocurrency, please write to support widget:
I received a quick response from RocketVPN support, and I need to highlight, they are ready to help you with any issues.
5. After payment complete, click on your plan:
6. It's your personal account with all the details you need to run your VPN:
7. Then I followed simple guide available at the RocketVPN website:
After you finish this quick tutorial, your VPN will be active.
By the way, RocketVPN managers said they are always ready to set up VPN for you through TeamViewer.
So, if any questions arise, don’t hesitate to use the support widget at the left bottom corner of the website.
If you are not using VPN right now, you are in trouble. Hackers could just intercept all the info your computer sends to any server on the web. So basically, hackers see everything you write or save, they know everything about you.
Your internet service provider has access to all of your data. And someone is happy to steal it from you. Like, National Security Agency (NSA).
VPN has an enormous number of benefits. It directly uses cryptography which I am so excited of. It erases any borders you are facing on the Internet.
I call you please don’t let someone own your data. Today, information is the most valued asset you have.
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