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VPN vs. Proxy

What steps are involved in using your services?

The process is very simple and straightforward. You signup on our website and populate your shopping cart by adding IPs from various locations that you chose. After purchasing the proxies/VPNs, your selection is automatically added to your account and you may start using our services in no more than 2 hours.

What is the difference between a proxy and a VPN?

There are a lot of things to mention here. Basically, a proxy is used mostly in browsers and other applications which can be configured to use them. The traffic for that specific software is routed through the proxy and appears to be coming from it instead of your real ip address. The VPN routes all your internet traffic system wide through our servers which makes it more powerful and safer given the fact that all our VPNs are running on 128-bit encrypted tunnels.

Do I share my proxies or VPNs with anyone else?

No, we do not share the proxies or VPNs. Our anonymous proxies and VPNs are dedicated and, once purchased by a client, they are removed from the search list. You are the only one using it for as long as your subscription remains active.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards and also Paypal. Our payment gateway is avangate which is a secure and complete online sales service

 Do you have a money back guarantee?

Yes we do have a 30 day money back guarantee however, this doesn't apply if we detect that you have been using the proxies or VPNs. We refund only in case of bugs (service not working), or slow/bad service performance.

Is there a minimum commitment?

We offer a month to month service. There is no contract or long term obligation. You are billed on a monthly basis, and if you cancel you will not be billed again.

Do I have any limits or restrictions?

Yes you do. As a condition of your use of the Service, you warrant that you will not utilize the Service for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by our terms, conditions, and notices. Also, our proxies are blocked for torrents and

How does one compare to the other?

In this comparison we will refer to our own products and configurations, we won't be talking about free, transparent proxies or other types of configurations.

If you want to be anonymous both methods are fine and doing almost the same thing. We won't be going into a very technical discussion and instead keep the comparison very simple trying to answer most of your questions. So both methods hide your real ip address and make you anonymous. Traffic appears to come from our servers instead of your ip address. None of the methods can be traced back to it's original source so they're doing an excellent job at that.

A proxy must be configured inside an application which supports proxy authentication such as a web browser. Once configured, the web browser will connect to the proxy server and all it's traffic will be routed via the proxy server. All other applications will access the internet outside the proxy server and will show as originating from your real ip. Also, if allowed, Flash / Java / JS / ActiveX applications that run inside the browser can detect your real ip even when the browser runs via a proxy. These type of applications usually request access so be careful with who/what do you allow access when using proxies. It can break your anonymity.

A VPN, once you connect to it, routes all your traffic via the VPN so you are not restricted to a specific application. All applications will reach the internet via the VPN so it applies a system-wide routing making you totally anonymous. A VPN connection is also safer because it encrypts all traffic with a 128-bit (can be raised to 256 bits) encrypted tunnel between your computer and our servers. When using VPNs you are protected against many types of attacks such as "man in the middle" attacks. A "man in the middle" can be even your ISP because he sits between you and the internet thus he's able to filter your traffic and see all packets that go out or into your computer and this could mean your passwords, usernames credit cards etc.


If you just want to be anonymous and you don't care too much about protection and data you send over the internet I would suggest going for our proxies. If however you want to be anonymous and protected I would suggest going for a VPN. Proxies are very good for bots and other software because there's nothing to install and they do the job with minimum or no configuration at all. VPNs are very good for people who care about their privacy such as government agencies or educational institutions, travelers who connect to WIFI spots etc.

Still not sure what to chose?

We're always glad to help so you can simply drop us an email with your questions and we will try to respond as soon as possible. Don't forget to mention why do you need to change your IP so we can decide what is the best solution for you.


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