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Start using the Internet as normal while the VPN can unblock websites for you.

Why Do You Need a VPN to Access Blocked Websites?

If you're trying to access the Internet from school, the office, or other heavily restricted networks, you might find that you can't use a certain website or app. Work, school, and other public servers are notoriously opposed to allowing access to websites like social media, entertainment services, and games.

This might be due to moral objections to a particular website, or the belief that access to these resources can lead to distraction and inefficiency. But you're an adult and able to make your own decisions.

Fortunately, accessing websites is easy when you use a virtual private network. A VPN connects you to servers elsewhere in the world, changing your virtual location so that you no longer appear to be from your school, work, or other network.

When you're connected to the VPN servers, they can request the data you want rather than your computer, bypassing censorship and allowing you to access your social media accounts, including websites.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you're on a network like those provided by your school or office, you might not be able to access social media or other websites. Frequently, entertainment apps and web servers are blocked in order to prevent too many distractions.

However, with a VPN, you can unblock websites easily. Simply connect to the VPN network and then go to the website as you normally would. Once connected to a VPN, you should have absolutely no issues getting access to websites at your school or office.

If you're trying to access websites at school or on certain other public networks, you might run into firewalls that prevent you from getting on particular Internet pages. Fortunately, you can access and unblock websites easily by connecting to a VPN.

A VPN lets you access a blocked website by requesting the data through proxy servers and having them pass the information back to you. That means you can bypass restrictions on social media, gaming, blocked content, and other Internet websites with the click of a button.

Yes, you absolutely do need a VPN. A virtual private network (VPN) is necessary to safely access the free and open Internet.

Depending on where you are, you might be the victim of data censorship by governments or companies. Your data could be restricted and website access denied without a VPN.

Further, all your Internet activity could be monitored by authorities ranging from your school administration to whole countries' legislatures. The fact is, your data is vulnerable online unless you have a VPN to protect it.

With a VPN, your identity is protected via advanced IP masking. That's a process where all your data is sent through a VPN proxy so that your computer isn't actually requesting any information. Any records kept by websites or services of your activity will only point at our anonymous VPN server.

A VPN also sends all of your data through an encrypted tunnel, wrapping everything from a website request to your credit card information in additional code, then systematically scrambling all that information to prevent it from being seen or intercepted. It'll only be put back together in the right order when it reaches its destination.

You cannot have a secure connection without a VPN to help protect you and give you full access to the free and open Internet.

Without a VPN, everything you do online can be seen by hackers, governments, corporations, and even your own ISP. Whether you're enjoying content from anywhere in the world, trying to access blocked websites, or just want better Internet performance, being able to connect to a VPN will help.

First, you have to understand that every Internet connected device is given a unique identifier called an "IP address." Your IP tells other devices where yours is located on the Internet, but can also include other identifying information like your physical location. Without a VPN to protect you, your IP might give away personal data or allow hackers to access your system.

With a VPN, your IP address is blocked by the VPN servers. It does all of the data requests necessary to get the websites you want, allowing your own IP to stay effectively hidden (or "masked"). IP masking can help you access blocked websites and content, as well as improve your Internet speeds.

Often online services will have a web interface that you can use to view movies or listen to music. Fortunately, when those are blocked, a VPN can handily unblock them.

That's because websites are generally blocked at the network level. That means that if you can connect to something outside of the network, like a VPN server, you can use that as a proxy to access the streaming services you want.

The VPN server requests what you want to access, then passes it back to you. By building an encrypted tunnel, the VPN prevents anyone from being able to see what you're doing, including your own Internet provider. That way, your network never knows you accessed a blocked website, and you can enjoy your entertainment. All thanks to using a VPN.

Protect Up to 10 Devices With One Account

Now you can protect up to 10 Internet connected devices with a single PrivadoVPN Premium account. You no longer need to worry about whether to activate your VPN on your Mac laptop or your smartphone, you can protect them both, as well as the phones, tablets, and media devices of the rest of your family.

That means everybody can enjoy the security of a VPN with a hidden IP address and 256-bit encryption wherever they are.

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Protect all your desktops and laptops from spying and anonymize your online activity on multiple simultaneous connections at home or out and about with the PrivadoVPN app.

Mobile Devices

On a phone or a tablet, you can make sure that everything you send and receive on it is encrypted, sent through a secure tunnel, and routed through our extensive network of global servers.

Online Entertainment Services

Whether you're watching on an Internet-ready TV or using an add-on device, you can ensure you're getting private Internet access and safe connections with PrivadoVPN.

Routers

You don't have to choose what devices to protect while you're at home. Install PrivadoVPN on your router and protect multiple devices connected to your network.

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