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IronSocket Virtual Private Networks

Browse the web privately and safely no matter where you are in the world with IronSocket.

IronSocket’s history began in 2005 with the creation of With a mission to protect the online privacy of its customers, IronSocket now offers VPN and DNS servers to allows its customers to enjoy secure and anonymous web browsing. It also gives customers the opportunity to unblock censorship filters and to enjoy enhanced online privacy.

What is a VPN and how does it work?

A VPN is a Virtual Private Network and is designed to protect your security and privacy when you’re online. Whether you’re logging on from home or using free public wi-fi, a VPN allows you to send and receive online data securely. It offers a secure virtual network of computers that are linked together to share data. Just like you might set up a network in your own home by connecting two computers to each other via a router, a VPN allows you to connect computers via the internet. But rather than requiring you to submit unprotected information across the internet, VPNs encrypt communication between computers on the network so that it cannot be intercepted by anyone else.

VPNs are perfect for web browsers who want to protect their privacy or for companies who want to ensure security when employees log onto their network from remote locations.

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