Benifits of using a SaferVPN connection

Your personal details are kept safe and secure from potential data leaks, fraud, and other harmful breaches in privacy.

Internet Service Providers cannot monitor or track your browsing habits or sell that information to third party advertisers.

Governments are unable to use your browsing details to punish you for visiting restricted websites.

How Secure is SaferVPN Encryption?

In addition to our current protection and VPN protocols available, we secure your data with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit VPN encryption,recognized as one of the most powerful forms of encryption available.

Who uses this encryption?

This level of encryption is identical to that used by the military, banks, and security experts around the world. It is capable of protecting your data from ISPs, cybercriminals and Government surveillance.

AES 256-bit Encryption

256-bit VPN encryption refers to an encryption key length of 2^256th power. Having a hard time comprehending that?

What does that number look like?

That’s 1.2 x 10 ^ 77 combinations someone would have to successfully decipher before unveiling the details of a single VPN encryption key.

How do you say this number?

115 quattuorvigintillion

How do you say this number?

Roughly equivalent to ≈ 0.0012 × the number of atomsin the visible universe (≈ 10^80)

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Public Wi-Fi Security & Safety

While public Wi-Fi hotspots are incredibly convenient, these networks are often unsecured and exposed to hackers and snoopers. Automatic Wi-Fi security activates an instantaneous VPN connection where needed, so that you’re always protected.

How Safe is Public Wi-Fi?

You might assume that because you input a password to log onto a wireless network, you’ve entered a safe zone. But that couldn’t be further from the truth: password protection on a router doesn’t encrypt your traffic and communication, and it doesn’t keep you safe.

A good rule of thumb is to assume that every piece of unencrypted information you send across a public connection – credit card numbers, passwords, emails and web browsing history – can be read by hackers on the same network.

Unsecure Protocols

Unsecure Protocols

Do you know and trust the security protocols of the router at your local coffee shop? Up to a quarter of hotspots around the world completely lack any sort of password protection or encryption. Some networks use the WEP protocol, which can be hacked within minutes if you know how to do it. And now, event the most secure WPA2 protocols can be compromised via the new "KRACK attack"

Network Openness
Malicious Network owners

Man-in-the-middle attack

One major danger of public Wi-Fi is “man-in-the-middle” (MiTM) attacks. In short, hackers lurking on hotspots can secretly place themselves as a third party between two users who lack mutual authentication protocols. Once they are firmly in control of the connection, attackers have the complete ability to read or even alter data and communications going back and forth. Skilled attackers can even divert your credit card, debit card or Bitcoin transactions to their own pockets.

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