VPN, which is an abbreviation for Virtual Private Network, is a service that enables you to circumvent any restrictions based on country that internet sites or online services may have. Using this service, your Internet connection goes through a third-party hosting server, so you connect only to it and every site you open is accessed using the hosting machine IP address, making it a proxy. Since your actual Internet protocol address or location are never revealed, using a VPN shall also maximize your security when you access any content on the Internet since it will appear that the VPN hosting machine is the one opening an internet site, for instance, and not you directly. This way you can open content that is restricted either by the provider that offers it or by your Internet provider. We provide Virtual private network access through several locations worldwide as a part of all of our website hosting packages and if your sites are accommodated on our hosting machines, you'll be able to employ this service without paying anything on top of the hosting fee.
VPN Traffic in Shared Website Hosting
You will find the VPN settings which you have to use in your client inside the Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with all our shared website hosting packages. Within the same section you could also see all hosting servers which we have around the globe, so you could choose the one that you need and any time you access any online content, it'll appear as if you're in the U.S., Canada, Europe, etc. We keep including hosting machines from different locations on a regular basis to give you as much freedom to surf online content as possible. For your convenience, we've also added a Virtual private network filter, which blocks ads and other graphics. This will permit you to load websites much faster without spending traffic on content that you don't need. Through our VPN service you could easily access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content that may not be accessible inside your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for whatever reason.