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Every time we go online, we share a huge amount of personal information as data. This data is highly valuable, which is why corporations, the authorities and third parties like hackers want to track it, record it and use it to make money.
Even if you believe that your nation’s authorities or your government is worthy of your trust, or that your ISP would never use your data in a negative way, you have no reason to give it away for free.
That is before you think about what hackers, cybercriminals and other malicious individuals would do with your information if they had it in their possession. They spend their lives looking for vulnerabilities within internet security infrastructure to expose them and make use of whatever they find - your internet connection is no exception.
If you are not using a VPN with next generation encryption, the information you share online does not have a secure, private road to travel. Your data is public. You may as well be sitting in a coffee shop shouting out your online banking passwords, or offering strangers the keys to your house.
When you use the internet, you expose all kinds of valuable data and information to the world just by typing it. Here are just a few of the reasons you absolutely need next generation encryption from a VPN:
You may believe your passwords are secure when you type them in to your bank’s login page. But hackers have been proven to use devices like keyloggers to discover these passwords and PINs, as well as Phishing scams to send you to identical copies of your bank’s site and give them your information without realising you are doing it.
How many different passwords do you have for your accounts? Does your Amazon account use the same password as you did for MySpace in 2006? Hackers find vulnerabilities in tech security architecture all the time, posting lists of hacked usernames and passwords on the dark web in exchange for payment. If you had a VPN, you’d be safe in the knowledge that they wouldn’t have yours.
You exchange data which is valuable to your business all the time during a working day, and that information is even more valuable to a competitor, or a hacker seeking to profit from it. A hacked work account or shared drive can spell disaster for any type of business, even hacked emails can cause trouble.
We all have conversations in private which we would never want to be made public. If you share those kinds of conversations online, they’re subject to being hacked and exposed.
If you have ever used your device to log in for a doctor’s appointment, or input private information about yourself into an online form, or even sent an email containing it, your personal information has been put at risk. That information is valuable to a lot of different types of people - obviously, hackers, but even corporations who want to know how to advertise you, or government agencies who might want to build a picture of who you are.
When you connect to the internet, all of your data is routed through your ISP. You type in a URL and hit “Enter”, and that information goes through your ISP’s servers, before connecting you to the website you have chosen.
Every time you make a decision online without a VPN, your ISP knows what choice you made. If you imagine your ISP’s servers as a crossroad, your data has to go through it to reach it’s destination.
This gives your ISP the opportunity to take that information, store it and sell it. Over time, they can build a picture of your online habits, like a digital version of your personality. That information can then be sold to advertisers to create more personalised adverts, and your government can also force your ISP to hand over logs of your behaviour, like your browsing history, if they wanted to see what you have been doing.
With a VPN, your data is secure, because it has it’s own private road to travel. It does not need to go through the ISP’s crossroad to get where it is going. That means that your ISP does not have the chance to track or log what you are doing online.
Your data’s road is completely private because it is protected using next generation encryption, so even if someone could use your private road, they would not be able to see you.
Your data can travel undetected between your origin and your destination, without anyone being able to track the decisions you make, your behaviour or your information. They stay the way they should be - private.
When you connect using BlufVPN, your data connects directly to one of our VPN servers using its own private road. As it travels it is invisible, because it is encrypted.
This means that even if someone like a hacker or corporation could intercept your data, it would be useless to them. It would appear to be nonsense.
If your government wanted logs of your browsing history, or other information on your behaviour online, they could not have them because they would not exist.
Our VPN server gives you its IP address, meaning as well as your data being protected, you are anonymous and your location is too. Every time you connect, you can connect to a different server in a different location, making you truly anonymous and impossible to find.
Simple. We find the best people to design a complex security architecture to protect you online. By working to employ world class developers and coders, we can be certain that our users’ data is safe behind a rock solid wall of encryption. At BlufVPN wouldn’t want it any other way - peace of mind for us, and for you.
BlufVPN’s encryption is at the level required by international secret service agencies like the NSA. It’s known as AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) and uses 256-bit keys to lock your information down tight.
AES is so secure, that it is yet to be cracked by anyone. The only way to beat a 256-bit key would be to build a supercomputer which can hit it with every possible combination (2 to the power of 256), and no one has managed to build one yet. That means that with the resources available to humanity currently, no one would have enough time to crack AES encryption.
VPN security protocols are the devices which establish secure connection between your device and our VPN servers. They check that your device is authentic, then encrypt the connection between A and B.
IKEv2, or internet key encryption version 2, is a particularly strong VPN protocol which is built to work alongside IPSec, an authentication setup. IKEv2 is the mechanism within this setup which creates the powerful encryption keys which lock down your data and make it private, and safe. Some of the many benefits of using IKEv2/IPSec include automatic reconnection should your VPN’s connection drop, excellent connection stability and extremely powerful encryption.
We use Wise UDP for one reason - it makes your VPN connection much harder for websites to spot and block. Because Wise UDP traffic is routed through the TCP 443 and UDP 33434 ports, it makes your connection appear to be innocent HTTPS traffic.
OpenVPN is the protocol which makes our connections more able to bypass firewalls and network address translators.
WireGuard is run as a module inside the Linux Kernel and performs a very similar task to IPSec and OpenVPN, however having been released in March 2020 currently offers the optimal performance at this task. In general it saves more power whilst providing a similarly excellent level of service.
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Here’s the best bit - this level of security is accessible to everyone. Your grandfather could connect with BlufVPN, because we’ve created a simple interface to get you online securely in seconds. There is only a couple of clicks between you and a completely anonymised, secure and next generation encryption browsing experience.
Stop giving away your personal information and private data for free with BlufVPN next generation encryption. Lock it down and download today.