Protect your personal data by encrypting it.
Why should I encrypt my online data?
Your connection to the internet is an open window – it takes little effort to look inside.
Internet service providers
They track your internet traffic and sell your data to advertisers.
They exploit unsecure connections to get inside your phones and computers.
They can demand logs of your online activity.
You need an encrypted VPN service to close that window.
Here’s how your data can be exposed
Once you’re connected to the web, every piece of your traffic goes through your internet service provider (ISP). That’s just how the internet works. To reach a website you have to send a request to the ISP, which directs you towards your destination. As a result, all that you do online is an open book for the ISP.
No technological barrier prevents the ISP from tracking and logging your online behavior, selling the data to advertisers, or handing it over to the authorities. Ethical ISPs that protect the privacy of their clients are few and far between. And even if your ISP is trustworthy, the government can compel it to give up your browsing history.
Unless you use a VPN
Virtual Private Network (VPN) routes your internet traffic through a VPN tunnel – an encrypted connection between your device and the destination on the web. Not only does a VPN tunnel encrypt your data, but it also and hides your IP address and location. Like an armored van, it takes you from point A to point B in total secret, shielding you from any dangers that lurk outside.
How does M1VPN encryption work?
Your device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) initiates a connection to a VPN server. Once the device is authenticated, M1VPN creates an encrypted tunnel.
Any data sent over the internet needs to be split into packets. So your private data is split, encapsulated and passed through the encrypted VPN tunnel. When the data arrives at the VPN server, the outer packet is removed to access the data within through decryption.
Your encrypted data looks like gibberish to any third-party observer:
- Neither ISPs nor hackers can read it, even if they manage to intercept it.
- No government can get logs of your browsing history since there are none.
Connected to a VPN server, you browse the internet in the cover of it’s IP address and location. With every new connection, your online identity switches to a new IP address, hiding you under a new cloak of encryption.