Posted in Privacy on Oct 13, 2021
Your privacy rights have always been the inspiration behind VPN.ht. Since our launch in 2014, we’ve been riddled with lawsuits and heavy-handed tactics. Instead of deterring us, it became clear how important privacy rights were as we met every single lawsuit head-on.
Posted in Privacy on May 12, 2016
The US is dubbed as the land of the free and home of the brave. Ironically though, most Americans already feel as if America is no longer the proud land of the free. Many US citizens are now feeling more and more unsatisfied with their freedom these days. Who could blame them, right? With all kinds of surveillance schemes that the government has been trying to device and implement, there is really no more guarantee of each and everybody's privacy.
Posted in Privacy on Nov 04, 2015
VPN.ht Official Statement about Popcorn Time Shutdown ,
Posted in Privacy on Sep 25, 2015
We're very glad to inform you that the new VPN.ht client is ready for the testing phase. (Alpha) Unlike some of our competitors that ask for customers' trust not only on networking, but also when installing closed-source software with full-access to users' machines, we release our client as free and open source.
Posted in Privacy on Sep 17, 2015
Have you ever wondered how websites and platforms are determining your actual whereabouts? The simple answer is with your IP address. Your IP address is basically your ID when you are surfing the web. IP address, which is short for Internet Protocol address, is a generally a unique virtual address that is assigned to any internet connected devices in a TCP/IP network.
Posted in Privacy on Jun 11, 2015
Governments are doing everything in their power in order to protect their people and country's interests. Unfortunately for us, we are the ones suffering the consequences of their actions particularly when it comes to pushing new legislations that can compromise our freedom.
Posted in Privacy on Jun 04, 2015
A UN rapporteur recently released a report underlining the pros and cons of encryption and anonymity in today's digital age. In David Kaye's annual report, he highlighted the negative effects of using encryption tools to anonymize our cyber habits.
If you live in a place where some sites or services are blocked or if you are trying to access US-Blocked content then you can connect to our servers and surf the web freely.
If you don't want websites, your ISP, or hackers snooping on your activities, then a VPN provides the protection you need. We encrypts your data while it's in transit, making it unreadable for third parties. We also hides your IP address and location by giving you an anonymous IP.
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We are a privacy-focused service and have a strict no logging policy !
We do not track or monitor user activities while connected to our servers.