What is VPN4ALL?
VPN4ALL is an offshore personal VPN service that encrypts all your data transmitted over the Internet with military-grade encryption and obscures its origin by tunneling your online communications through a number of secure offshore server locations before spitting it out from some other place on the Web.
It changes your visible to the world IP address to a clean anonymous IP from VPN4ALL, protects you against online snoopers & intruders and prevents unauthorized data logging, monitoring and content analysis. All in one click.
We don’t store any information or keep logs because our Server Network is operated from offshore and there are no laws that oblige us to keep logs on our customers.
All you need to do is start your VPN4ALL software, select a server location and click Connect. It’s that simple!
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Agencies like NSA and GCHQ use supercomputers, technical trickery, court orders and behind-the-scenes persuasion to undermine the major tools that we’ve believed to protect the privacy of everyday online communications, online shopping and banking: HTTPS, voice-over-IP and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
Now that numerous whistle blowers have exposed details about Governments eavesdropping on the Internet, it’s time to rethink how to remain secure against online snooping and protect your online privacy, security and anonymity.
The government agencies appear to be interested primarily in collecting and analyzing metadata (IP address, To and From headers) from Internet traffic: who is talking to whom, when, how much, and by what mode of communication.
It’s because metadata is a lot easier to store and analyze than actual content (email text) yet it can be extremely personal to the individual, and is enormously valuable intelligence.
How VPN4ALL Can Help:
While Big Brother has turned the fabric of the Internet into a vast surveillance platform, they are not omnipotent. Encryption is our friend!
“Encryption works. Properly implemented strong crypto systems are one of the few things that you can rely on”.
With VPN4ALL all your internet traffic – including the metadata – is de-personalized and encrypted with military-grade encryption. VPN4ALL obscures the origin of your Internet traffic by passing it through a number of secure hops in various offshore locations and then spitting it out from a server in a location of your choice.
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US and British intelligence agencies appear to have successfully cracked much of the online encryption which hundreds of millions of people rely upon to protect the privacy of their personal data, online communications, shopping and banking transactions and emails.
How VPN4ALL Can Help:
The agencies however have not yet cracked all encryption technologies. Properly implemented strong crypto systems are one of the few things that you can still rely on. VPN4ALL provides you with an easy-to-use yet powerful enhanced VPN software which encrypts all your Internet traffic and online activities with military-grade encryption.
We symmetrically encrypt and decrypt all your outgoing and incoming Internet traffic before it’s transmitted over the Internet. This symmetric encryption – the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm – uses a very fast block level algorithm to encrypt and decrypt your data. We utilize AES ciphers (unique session keys) with the largest key size available today – 256bit.
Every time a user connects with VPN4ALL, 2048 bits of random numbers are converted into a unique pair of keys for each user and for each session — one private key and one public key. These two keys are mathematically related in a very useful way. Data encrypted with one key can only be decrypted with the other key in the pair, and vice versa. The one-time unique session key used to encrypt your Internet traffic is then asymmetrically encrypted with the one-time public key from your pair of keys, using the RSA public-key encryption algorithm with the longest public key used today – 2048 bits.
The primary way the agencies eavesdrop on Internet communications is in the network. That’s where their capabilities scale best. They have invested in enormous programs to automatically collect and analyze network traffic. The NSA also attacks network devices directly: routers, switches, firewalls, etc.
That’s an enormous amount of data, and the NSA has equivalently enormous capabilities to quickly sift through it all, looking for interesting traffic. “Interesting” can be defined in many ways: by the source, the destination, the content, the individuals involved, and so on. This data is funneled into the vast NSA system for future analysis.
Furthermore, the world’s major Telecoms and ISPs appear to be in bed with the government agencies, supporting ongoing unauthorized logging, monitoring and content analysis. The 2013 N.S.A. budget request highlights “partnerships with major telecommunications carriers to shape the global network to benefit other collection accesses” — that is, to allow more eavesdropping.
How VPN4ALL Can Help:
VPN4ALL protects your data and communications in transit over the Internet with our state-of-the-art military-grade encryption, hiding it from prying eyes of third parties. While they cannot crack the encryption and examine the content of those transmissions, it doesn’t prevent them from identifying your VPN traffic (based on the flow patterns and handshake signatures common to VPN protocols).
Intelligence agencies deal with enormous amount of data and have equivalently enormous capabilities to quickly sift through it all, looking for interesting traffic. This “interesting” data is funneled into the system for storage, mining and future analysis.
Our Deep Packet Inspection Shield (DPI Shield) option allows you to hide your “interesting” VPN traffic from your ISP, network administrator and other third parties, making it look ordinary and “uninteresting”.
Because strong encryption can be so effective, the agencies’ success depends on working with Internet companies — by getting their voluntary collaboration, forcing their cooperation with court orders or surreptitiously stealing their encryption keys or altering their software or hardware.
Through these covert partnerships, the agencies have inserted secret vulnerabilities – known as backdoors or trapdoors – into commercial security software. We know this has happened historically: CryptoAG and Lotus Notes are the most public examples, and there is evidence of a back door in Windows OS. “The NSA asks companies to subtly change their products in undetectable ways: making the random number generator less random, leaking the key somehow, adding a common exponent to a public-key exchange protocol, and so on.”
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As numerous cooperative technology companies have maintained, they work with the intelligence agencies only when legally compelled to do so. Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Facebook – all based in the USA – have pressed for permission to reveal more about the government’s requests for cooperation.
While some smaller Internet encryption companies choose to close rather than comply with the agency’s demands for customer information, others comply and cooperate. We know this happened historically: HMA, an anonymizer service based in the UK, turned over information that led to arrest of a LulzSec member over breach of the Sony Pictures website.
VPN4ALL was designed with Perfect Privacy in mind. Our infrastructure was set up and is managed in a way that – through various security and anonymity techniques – prevents us from ever learning a user’s identity.
We are not subject to NSA coercion either by legal or physical means. We don’t store any information or keep logs because our secure server network is operated from offshore and there are no laws that oblige us to keep logs on our customers.
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5 Dos & Don’ts for Privacy Advocates
1Don’t send “naked” data over the Internet. Ever.
You can be held responsible for what anyone does on your computer including friends and family members.
Remember, many Internet companies whose software and services run quietly in the background on your computer are actually being paid to share your information.
Spending $250 million annually, the NSA collects “vast amounts” of “exploitable” data in its PRISM program. Identified participants in the special source operations (SSO) bribe-scheme are:
2Don’t trust free privacy providers and/or amateurs
Did you know that a free encryption service TOR, which is widely used by activists, receives the bulk of its funding from the US Department of Defense?
Other free encryption services place cookies on your computers allowing 3rd party advertisers to see who is using their service.
Don’t settle for less than state of the art encryption technology. Only properly implemented crypto systems above a certain strength is effective against unauthorized logging, monitoring and content analysis.
3Don’t rely on US-based privacy providers
Recent closure of e-mail encryption services Lavabit and Silent Circle is a warning: If you use US-based security, privacy or anonymity services all your data is being captured and/or shared with intelligence.
“I would strongly recommend against anyone trusting their private data to a company with physical ties to the United States”
Ladar Levison, the founder of Lavabit
4Don’t trust privacy providers that keep logs
If your data is stored, it can and will be shared or hacked and leaked. Sooner or later a third party will gain access to your data and use it in ways you least expect. The smaller your footprint on the internet, the less risk you have that your data can be manipulated, stolen or misused.
5Don’t pay extra for server and/or location switching
With privacy providers that charge extra for usage of additional server locations you may find yourself paying as much as $30-40 per month.
Why Use a Personal VPN Service
- Encrypt all your Internet traffic, not only browsing
- Obscure your local IP address & hide it behind a shared anonymous IP
- Mingle your Internet traffic – as it goes through remote hops of the network – with that of hundreds of other service users
- Stop snoopers from reading your online communications in the clear
- Stop ISPs and Network Admins from throttling your Internet traffic as well as limiting or restricting your access to certain Internet sites, resources or services
Why Use VPN4ALL
- Get military-grade encryption of the highest level – used by NSA itself for encryption of TOP SECRET information
- Access 10000+ shared clean anonymous IP addresses in 80+ secure server locations worldwide
- Activate Deep Packet Inspection Shield to hide your VPN traffic from your ISP, network administrator and any other third party out there. Don’t trigger interest!
- Get Perfect Privacy: VPN4ALL operates in an offshore jurisdiction which imposes no requirements for us to keep logs or share any information with a 3rd party
- Pay through a selection of payment methods – many of which completely anonymous (gift or vanilla Visa, Paysafe, uKash, BitCoin, Yandex Money and many more) – without providing us with any personally identifiable information
- Set it up on all your electronic devices: Computers, tablets & smartphones
- Have access to help of our friendly support. 24x7x365.
More Tips to Stay Secure
Hide in the network. Implement hidden services. Use VPN4ALL to anonymize yourself. The less obvious you are, the safer you are.
Encrypt your communications. Use OpenVPN which is the most secure of the encryption protocols and implemented by VPN4ALL. Use IPSec for mobile. Again, while it’s true that the NSA targets encrypted connections – you’re much better protected than if you communicate in the clear and even more so when you use VPN4ALL.
Be suspicious of commercial encryption software, especially from large USA and UK vendors. Most encryption products from large US – based companies appear to have NSA-friendly back doors, and it’s prudent to assume that many foreign ones probably do as well. A closed-source software is easier for the NSA to backdoor than an open-source one. Systems relying on master secrets are vulnerable to the NSA, through either legal or more clandestine means.
Try to use public-domain encryption that has to be compatible with other implementations. For example, it’s harder for the NSA to backdoor TLS than BitLocker, because any vendor’s TLS has to be compatible with every other vendor’s TLS, while BitLocker only has to be compatible with itself, giving the NSA a lot more freedom to make changes. And because BitLocker is proprietary, it’s far less likely that those changes will be discovered.
VPN4ALL does not utilize proprietary cryptography but OpenVPN and IPSec which in its strongest form, 256bit, has not been broken and produces different keys in every implementation making it difficult if not impossible to break with current technologies.
Public opinion on individual privacy rights issue can be influenced and is highly changeable yet, with VPN4ALL, it remains an individual choice.
It may take years (if ever) for corporations and authorities to respect an individual’s right to privacy. Once captured, your data remains in third party hands indefinitely and can be exploited at any time. It’s far better to encrypt your data, so why not use the best VPN provider for true privacy advocates? Staying ahead of intelligence, you can even use our DPI Shield option to completely obscure the fact that you are using a privacy service!
You may not even know that you are living under censorship:
Recently, Snowden revealed that the US Government spies on its own citizens, capturing emails and internet browsing records of nearly the whole population. Now the President of the United States even confirmed it. Big Brother is watching! Get your privacy back.
And it’s not just in the USA. In March, polliter.com exposed that the Australian Government was actively censoring twitter and social media to identify “dissidents” – people voicing opposition to the scandalous corruption and mismanagement of the Labor government. In the UK and Europe, government agencies do the same.
So we are no longer living in a world of the free and non-free (China and Russian). We are all living in a worldwide Big Brother environment wherever we travel and whenever we communicate by internet, phone or any other means.
VPN4ALL stops all of that and more! VPN4ALL provides you with an easy to use yet powerful personal VPN client which encrypts all your Internet traffic with military-grade encryption as it leaves your computer, and tunnels it through a number of secure offshore server locations before spitting it out from a server location of your choice, making your data invulnerable to logging, monitoring and unauthorized content analysis.
With VPN4ALL, nothing can limit or restrict your access to any Internet sites, resources and services. And at the same time all your Internet activities remain confidential. VPN4ALL stops hackers from stealing your ID, credit card information and banking details as well. What could be more useful? A simple software that protects your security, privacy and anonymity as well as money and identity at the same time!