How A VPN Service Works?
A VPN creates a secure tunnel using powerful VPN protocols, hides your original IP behind one of its own and encrypts all your communication that passes through the secure tunnel allowing you to surf the web freely.
Lord Vpn offers state-of-the-art features, giving you the peace of the mind you need to have a seamless online experience with complete privacy and anonymity.
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Replace Your Original IP With An anonymous One
When VPN was first designed, the sole purpose of the invention was to create a tunnel between distant computers for remote access. And, it was successfully achieved. But later on, VPN was more commonly used to switch between different locations IPs. Till to date, the sole purpose of a VPN is protecting the original IP of its user by simply hiding it with one of its own servers.
In simple words, when we connect to a VPN , our original IP (assigned by the Internet Service Provider) is replaced by one of the VPN servers’ IP. For example, if your ISP assigned you an IP of London (as you are in London) 184.108.40.206 and when you connect to a USA server via VPN your IP will change to 2.354.452.2. This way your original IP will remain hidden and your ISP can't see any of your online activities.
Encrypts Your Data
Basically, when you run a Lord Vpn and connect to a server, your connection requests are encrypted before they are sent to the server. Then, they are decrypted by the server, forwarded to the Internet, and the requested data is encrypted once more when the server receives it before it’s sent back to your device. Once received, the data is decrypted by the VPN client so that you can view it.