Do you travel a lot? Do you have to rely on public wireless networks at hotels, cafes and airports, for your communication, business, or shopping needs?
Are these Wi-Fi networks safe? No, they are not. Devices with malware or hackers connect to these networks, and steal the personal information, identity, etc. But you don’t have to worry about such issues, when you are using CyberGhost VPN. The VPN uses 256-bit AES to encrypt all of your incoming and outgoing data traffic, to prevent intruders from stealing your data.
This works not just on home Wi-Fi connections, but also on public wireless networks too. You can choose to connect to the VPN over OpenVPN, L2TP-IPsec and PPTP protocols. So, you can chat, shop online, broswe social networks, etc, even when you are away from your home or office/
CyberGhost VPN has 1250 servers around the world, and you can connect to any of these servers using the Windows, Android, macOS, Linux or iOS apps. This allows you to access websites and streaming services, which are only available in the region, where the server you selected is from. You can unblockj websites which have been blocked in your Country.
You can use CyberGhost VPN without worrying about running out of data, because the VPN does not have any bandwidth limits for uploads and downloads. The VPN blocks malicious websites before they even load in your web browser, so it prevents malware attacks.
You can use the VPN service to protect your privacy in terms of your general usage too, aka casual browsing, so your network’s IP address remains masked from the websites which you visit. This blocks ad tracking services, from tracking you.
Add to that the zero logs policy which CyberGhost has, and you have a guarantee which ensures that your usage is not tracked by anyone. The VPN service has a kill-switch in its official apps, which completely blocks the internet connection on your PC, to prevent your real IP address from being leaked. The VPN has a DNS leak prevention too, which blocks the web browser from leaking your IP address to websites by accident.