10 Oct How to access Facebook and other blocked sites in China | VPN Services
If you live in China or are a constant traveler to that country, you are obviously aware of the restriction on content or websites including services we take for granted such as Google and Facebook. With VPN services, 90 million Chinese people have been able to bypass the so called great firewall of china and access sites they are not allowed to access. As of March 31, 2018, China had banned most VPN services to deny people the freedom to access restricted content.
But where there is a will there way, many Chinese people still manage to use VPNs to bypass the great firewall. A number of VPN providers, including VyprVPN offer technology that defeats VPN blocking and give Chinese people the opportunity to access the entire Internet like all of us.
If you are in China, follow the steps below to sign up to the service.
Sign up for the China VyprVPN service. VyprVPN offers a variety of different VPN protocols, including proprietary Chameleon technology that defeats VPN blocking.
Follow the instructions for downloading your VPN software and launch the application on your preferred device(s).
Log in with your credentials.
Choose which server to connect to. VyprVPN lets you choose from over 70 server locations around the world, so you can select a location free of censorship.
Use the Internet or your apps as you usually do, and enjoy an unrestricted, free and open Internet experience.
About VPN Service
A VPN or virtual private network is a form private wide area network (WAN) that connects two or more locations over the public Internet or over another private network, such as MPLS. A VPN can be as simple as a connection to the Internet and as complex as a remote access network used to securely connect thousands of employees to a company intranet over the public Internet.
For more on enterprise network or business solutions, please visit our WAN networking page. In the pages, the focus is on simple VPN services typically used by individuals and small businesses to securely connect to the Internet.
In its most basic implementation, a VPN consists of a user’s computing device and a VPN server. The VPN serves two fundamental functions:
It cloaks and encrypts your communication signals so that they are legible only to you, the user, and the VPN provider.
It encapsulates the user’s data packets so that your IP address is hidden and your communications to the Internet appear to be coming from the VPN server.
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