What is a VPN?
A VPN, or virtual private network, is a secure tunnel between your device and the internet. VPNs protect your online traffic from snooping, interference, and censorship.
How does a VPN work?
A VPN (virtual private network) is the easiest and most effective way anyone can protect their internet traffic and hide their identities online. As you connect to a secure VPN server, your internet traffic goes through an encrypted tunnel that nobody can see into, including hackers, governments, and your own internet service provider.
When you connect to a VPN service location, you are assigned a new IP address, and your true IP address is hidden. Because this new IP address is shared by many other IPBurger users, there is no way to connect you to any activity. This helps keep you anonymous online.
VPN explained in 90 seconds
People use VPN to:
1. Change IP Location
Use IPBurger VPN to hide your true IP address and location. Choose among a growing list of locations across the United States, Europe and Asia.
2. Encrypt Your Connection
Our VPN boasts 256-Bit military-grade encryption to keep you secure. In fact, this security is so strong it would take a supercomputer millions of years to crack. Browse from public WiFi in cafes, hotels, or airports knowing your important data is always safe.
3. Browse With Blazing Speed
4. Unblock the Internet
Easily unblock sites like YouTube, Skype, Facebook and Twitter. Even if it’s not available in your country or blocked by your internet provider. IPburger VPN allows you to unblock the internet, whenever you want it.
5. Stop spying and throttling
6. Find deals and fight ads
By hiding your IP address and location, IPBurger makes it harder for websites and services to charge higher prices or display targeted advertising based on your location. Avoid getting overcharged for vacations or online orders.
What is a VPN: FAQ
A VPN (virtual private network) is the easiest and most effective way anyone can protect their internet traffic and hide their identity online. When you connect to a secure VPN server, your internet traffic goes through an encrypted tunnel that nobody can see into, including hackers, governments, and your own internet service provider. When you connect to a VPN, you are assigned a new IP address, and your true IP address is hidden. Because this new IP address is shared by many other IPBurger users, there is no way to connect you to any activity. This helps keep you anonymous online.
Both VPN and proxy reroutes your internet traffic through a remote server and hides your IP address so websites can’t see your original IP or location. However proxies work on the application level, meaning it only reroutes the traffic coming from a single app you set up. A VPN works on the operating system level, meaning that it redirects all your traffic, whether it’s coming from your browser or a background app.
A VPN also encrypts your traffic between the internet and your device. That means your Internet Service Provider (ISP) monitoring your internet activity and collecting data about you can no longer see what you’re doing online – just that you’re connected to a VPN server. The encryption also protects you from government surveillance, website tracking, and any snoopers or hackers who might try to intercept your device. A VPN provides you ultimate online privacy and security.
All our VPN links are 100Mbps, which is faster than most broadband Internet links, and more than enough to access streaming services or do fast downloads. But, depending on your location, the distance between the servers and your computer, there may be a delay in the connection setup. For example it may take time to perhaps connect to a website or begin a download. Once the connection is made, the download speed won't be affected much. If you do notice that your connection has slowed, make sure you’ve selected the server closest to your actual location.
VPNs are legal and used by individuals and companies around the world to protect their data from snoops and hackers. Illegal online activity remains illegal, whether you are using a VPN or not.
Most free VPNs deliver a subpar experience, with connections bogged down by a flood of users, no customer service, no encryption, and few VPN server locations to choose from. With a paid VPN provider like IPBurger, you’ll enjoy connections optimized for speed, security, and stability, and you’ll have a choice of expanding server locations around the world. Plus you can contact our Support Team 24/7 with any questions.
VPN is a privacy and security tool. It's great for unblocking geo-locked services like Netflix and Hulu, masking your IP address and increasing your online anonymity.
14 Locations, including 10 countries:
- United States
- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
We include configuration options for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, ChromeOS and Linux. We provide protocols for SoftEther, L2TP-IPSec, OpenVPN, HTTP Proxy, HTPPS Proxy, SOCKS5 Proxy.
We do not collect logs of your activity, including no logging of browsing history, traffic destination, data content, or DNS queries. All VPN traffic is encrypted with OpenSSL. We neither have an intention nor we give an opportunity for someone to monitor your activity online. We also never store connection logs, meaning no logs of your IP address, your outgoing VPN IP address, connection timestamp, or session duration. Our guiding principle toward data collection is to collect only the minimal data required to operate a world-class VPN service at scale. We designed our systems to not have sensitive data about our customers; even when compelled, we cannot provide data that we do not possess.
Proxy apps for every device
IPBurger works seamlessly across all your devices—computer, smartphone, web browser, or automation apps. Install our user-friendly apps or use your own with our SOCKS5 ready proxies.
No tech skills required
Sign up, install, and click On to connect. It’s that simple. We developed our apps to be straightforward for the least technologically savvy of us.
We have apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Linux. IPBurger works with any internet connection, including wired, Wi-Fi, and cellular networks.
No activity or connection logs
Privacy is a fundamental right. We don’t keep connection or activity logs, and we never share your details with anyone.