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With hundreds of server locations dotting multiple time zones all over the globe, our optimized network provides you with 24/7 privacy and protection. You can enjoy endless options to connect through any of our secure servers and set yourself a different server location at any time. With SysVPN, the world is all at your fingertips.

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What Is a Vpn Server?

A VPN server is a physical or virtual server that is configured to host as well as deliver VPN services to users, worldwide. The server allows VPN clients to connect to a secure private network.

To get a better idea of what a VPN server is, imagine there is a “tunnel” set up between the VPN client and the VPN server. Any data going through that tunnel is encrypted, and – therefore – unreadable to prying eyes, outside of the tunnel. Another thing the VPN server will do for you is hide your IP address and replace it with its own temporary address. This helps you conceal your geo-location on the Internet, allowing you to enjoy even more privacy, and bypass annoying geo-restrictions and firewalls at the same time.

A strong VPN server infrastructure is critical to your cyber security, privacy, and convenience. Servers near your current location often provide the fastest connection speeds and the highest quality streaming, which is why we do our best to maintain a global network of up-to-date VPN servers.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The phrase "virtual private network" is frequently misunderstood by the general public, who consider it too high-tech for an average user and fail to discern all the reasons why they should be using a VPN.

At some point in your life, you will be connected to a public network, e.g. while traveling and using public Wi-Fi, transmitting private information, or even just perusing entertainment options on Netflix. With SysVPN, you can explore new lands with no security worries.

When you connect to a website on the Internet, all your outgoing and incoming traffic and data will be routed through your ISP in a plain, readable format that the ISP and several others, like hackers, surveillance agencies, or advertisers can see what you’re doing on the Internet.

Plus, your real IP address and geo-location are also exposed to the web and anyone can use that information to find out various things about you – such as what country and city you live in, and who your ISP is.

Basically, without a VPN server, you’re like a sitting duck on the web – you’re exposed to serious privacy breaches alongside data and identity theft risks.

A VPN server mediates your connection to the internet. When it is connected, 2 things occur simultaneously.

- The traffic between your device and the server is instantly encrypted, protecting your online activities from ISPs, hackers, and other third parties.

- The VPN server assigns you a new IP address, disguising your actual IP address from websites and services.

Choosing the right VPN server is one of many factors that determine your Internet speeds and influence your browsing experience, and it's totally up to your purpose for using a VPN.

If privacy and anonymity are your chief concerns, just connect to a server that’s configured to use reliable, secure protocols or pick a server that supports Tor traffic.

If your primary aim is to change your location, choose a server in the country or city you wish to appear in. For instance, if you want to access geo-restricted content, you’ll have to connect to a server location where the content is accessible.

Similarly, if speed is your priority, you should connect to a server location that’s close to your country.

If it's still too confusing for you to make up your mind, don't worry because SysVPN's ‘Recommended Servers feature’ can help you make the best decision for your privacy while enhancing your digital experience with complete freedom.

Yes, certain VPN services do not charge for access to their networks, but they are not always reliable.

When something is for free, YOU are the product. The adage holds true for free VPNs. Free servers will only offer a limited number of servers, which means a huge slump in speed and performance owing to user overload.

And to cover their costs, you never know whom they sell your data to.

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