After four years of careful development, idcloak Technologies is proud to announce the launch of its software-based web VPN. The service provides secure connection to an international network of highly anonymous servers so users may access the internet from alternate global locations.
The VPN system is especially designed to bypass internet blocks of any kind without revealing the identity or activity of the user. The service will appeal especially to restricted netizens in internet censorship countries and users of work or university WiFi.
“Unlike other proxy services, our web VPN carries all internet packets to and from your device via an encrypted tunnel,” explains idcloak’s anti-censorship specialist,
The best censorship systems, such as China’s
Another tactic used by censors is to block the ports through which VPNs operate. “When a censor shuts off the right ports, it prevents VPN users from connecting to the servers. There have been many reports of this happening with regular VPNs so we made sure we found a way round it. Our service uses a special trick to blend in with regular encrypted traffic, like customer logins to online banks. Because of this, the censors can only block an idcloak VPN if they shut down access to all other secure services too, which of course they are never going to do.”
As well as beating censorship, the idcloak VPN can be used for numerous other tasks, such as protection from government surveillance, accessing domestic-only services from abroad and using the internet anonymously.
Subscription to the idcloak web VPN is available over periods of one, three and six months through the idcloak site.
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