To keep your personal data secure from prying eyes as it leaves your computer and travels on the internet and to make sure your encrypted internet connection cannot be breached by anyone including your ISP, your network peers or even government agencies, we deploy a sophisticated encryption engine and adopt the strongest level of encryption available today, utilizing the largest bit size currently used for data encryption worldwide. If that’s what’s used by corporate intelligence and military forces, you shouldn’t settle with less!
VPN4ALL creates a virtual encrypted “tunnel” which penetrates through the public internet to connect your computer and one of our secure VPN servers. This allows us to transmit a wide range of your data over the public internet safely and securely, regardless of applications or protocols. Both sides of the encrypted VPN tunnel use the same one-time unique key for each session to encrypt and decrypt all your traffic in both directions.
With VPN4ALL all the data that reaches your computer from the internet is also encrypted using the AES-256 Encryption. This ensures that no one can interfere with your incoming internet traffic. Since the unique session key used to encrypt your incoming data was asymmetrically encrypted at our secure VPN servers, the VPN4ALL VPN client uses your one-time private key from the pair of keys to decrypt it. Your one-time private key from the pair of keys is encoded with a one-time secret code associated with your individual VPN4ALL License Number. Without the secret code, there is no way to access your private key.
In essence, with VPN4ALL, all you need is an active internet connection, the VPN4ALL VPN client and your individual VPN4ALL License Number. Our encryption engine automatically handles all the one-time public and private key exchange for each VPN4ALL user. When your computer sends or receives data over the internet, your VPN4ALL VPN client automatically communicates in encrypted code with our secure VPN servers to request the required public or private keys. The servers then securely authorize the encryption and decryption operation of your data.