How does a VPN unblock sites like Google ?
Why is Google blocked in some places?
Certain governments, especially in Asia and the Middle East, have blocked Google to control the flow of information—particularly in times of political and social unrest. Google maintains a Traffic Transparency Report to keep the public informed about any disruptions to its services due to network outages or government-mandated blocks.
If you are among the millions of frustrated users living in a country or region where Google products are censored or blocked, take heart: You can still access Google with a VPN.
Hides your IP address with VPN
VPN stands for virtual private network. A VPN secures your data in an encrypted tunnel so you can circumvent government censorship, filters, masks, and firewalls.
If Google is blocked where you are, then connecting to a VPN server will unblock Google and let you access the internet privately, securely, and with freedom.
So you can access Google Search, Google Maps, Google Play, Google Drive, Google Scholar, Google Photos, and more, no matter where you are in the world.
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New IKEv2 Protocal let you avoid the trouble of looking for apps and the security risks that might be coming with software themselves.
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