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We safeguard your Internet connection by encrypting the data you send and receive, allowing you to surf the web safely no matter where you are—at home, at work, or anywhere else.
Browse the internet in complete privacy while concealing your true IP address. Maintain the privacy of your location and prevent your internet service provider from monitoring your online activity.
You can browse any website, app, or channel without having to worry about irritating restriction if you avoid it. Find a method past any restrictions, and take advantage of the internet without cost.
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Benefits of a VPN
When virtual private networks (VPNs) were first conceived, their main function was to build a conduit between faraway computers in order to facilitate remote access. And we were able to accomplish it with flying colors. However, in later years, virtual private networks (VPNs) were increasingly widely utilized as a method to swap between different IPs based on location. To this day, the primary function of a virtual private network (VPN) is to shield the user's true IP address by routing all traffic through one of the VPN provider's servers.
IP Leak Protection
Because of the app's built-in firewall, which restricts connections coming into and going out of the VPN server, it is impossible for your IP address to be exposed to parties that you do not want to see it.
Advantages Of Our OpenVPN Access Server
It is possible to implement single-sign on by utilizing custom authentication modules, in which case signing into the VPN automatically pre-authenticates the web apps that end-users need to access through the VPN. This type of implementation requires the usage of custom authentication modules. The auth module, for instance, has the capability to query an LDAP server in order to obtain authentication status. If authentication is successful, it will be able to obtain a session token from LDAP and send it (via the OpenVPN control channel) to a Python script running on the client. This script will then be able to do something with the token, such as set a cookie in the web browser. If authentication is unsuccessful, it will not be able to do any of these things. Because the AS makes the LDAP API available to the customer module, all of this can be accomplished in just a few lines of custom code. Additionally, the AS makes a data transmission API available, which enables the transmission of arbitrary data to client-side python scripts via the OpenVPN control channel.