A VPN assigns you and your device a new IP address from one of the servers around the world to mask your identity, browsing, and personal data using encryption from governments, ISPs, and data harvesting and sales.
Haxors VPN is your chance to take back control of your data and privacy in protecting yourself online in the age of government oversight, companies harvesting and selling your data, malicious attacks, and regional censorship.
There’s connection logs that may track operational data like when a client connects to the VPN, what server they may connect to or any diagnostics data the client agrees to share. This is the type of monitoring logs providers may use to manage connections per customer and operate the platform optimally.
Usage logs could include browsing history, metadata, time spent on pages, access dates, and more. Some less reputable providers log this data to share and sell to third parties.
Haxors does not maintain usage logs, there’s too much headache in storing and dealing with all that information anyway.
As a VPN redirects your traffic through a secure pathway of servers - redirecting that traffic can impact speeds. The further the region / server is from where you are located - the more impact this will have on your speeds. Connecting to a Hong Kong VPN server while living in North America will impact speeds more than connecting to a North American VPN server.
It’s probable; if you connect to a server in a particular region, the internet with identify you as located in that region and region specific content is likely to be available depending on the service provider.
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