Encryption isn't just for those who "have something to hide", your personal browsing history,internet usage data,and other information should be yours not anyone else's.
AMAN VPN chooses the encryption system of 128-bit and 256 Wei, which is one of the most secure encryption algorithms in the world and is used by the government and some intelligence agencies
AMAN VPN utilizes wireguard® and openVPN, two of the most secure open source VPN protocols, providing customers with a high level of transparency and security
AMAN VPN acts like a secure buffer for the network between the device and the websites and applications that are visited.
Absolutely necessary. Data encryption is a vital part of using the internet, and most of the applications and websites you use every day are already using TLS encryption (on websites that start with "HTTPS"). As our lives move more and more online, encryption has never been more important. Go a step further with VPN encryption to keep your online data hidden from prying eyes of many third parties. Such as Internet service providers, network administrators, and various government censors and cybercriminals.
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is the gold standard for data encryption, and there are three main encryption key lengths: 128-bit, 192-bit and 256-bit. There is no record of AES encryption being broken, and trying to brute force the encryption algorithm would theoretically take billions of years.
When you connect to an AMAN VPN server, your connection is given a unique set of encryption keys known only to your computer and the server you are connecting to. Our servers will then assign you an IP address to mask your location and create a secure tunnel through which all your internet data will be sent. Without knowing your encryption key, your data is completely unreadable by anyone but you.
A proxy server can route your VPN connection through an additional server in a different location.
PIA provides Shadowsocks and SOCKS5 proxies to help users bypass harsh geographical restrictions in China, North Korea, Russia and other countries. Note that SOCKS5 proxies are not encrypted.