Tuesday, June 11, 2013

VPN for Android

VPN for Android

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network; simply a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together through over a public network—namely, the internet. VPN is used as a method for securing and encrypting communications.
WASEL Pro VPN creates an encrypted tunnel through which all of your online data passes back and forth which guarantees that all of the data you're sending and receiving is secured from hackers and data sniffers.

 VPN Protocols:

OpenVPN: OpenVPN is an advanced open source VPN solution backed by the company 'OpenVPN technologies'. It uses the mature SSL/TLS encryption protocols. OpenVPN is very stable, reliable, fast and secure and it is the best choice for desktops. OpenVPN is supported by Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and Android operating systems.

Why use VPN?

1.                 Use Public or Hotel Wi-Fi hotspot in Confidence

Most people are unaware of this, but Wi-Fi hotspots at airports or hotels are not safe for confidential email and browsing. Public wi-fi offers no encryption security to its users, and your signals are broadcast for even a junior hacker to intercept.
If you log into a public wi-fi network, and then connect to a personal VPN, all of your hotspot web use will then be encrypted and hidden from data sniffers.

2.        Access Full Netflix and Streaming Content from Outside the USA

Because of copyright agreements, Netflix and Hulu and Pandora and other streaming media providers cannot broadcast all content outside of the USA. This means: many movies and shows are blocked to users in the UK, Canada, South America, Australia, Asia, Middle East and Europe. This geographical enforcement is managed by reading your user login IP address, and tracing it to its country of origin.
By using a VPN service, you can change your machine's IP address to be from within the USA, therein unlocking access to more Netflix and Pandora streams.

3.        Break Out of a Restrictive Network at Work/School

As an employee of a company, or a student at a school/university, you will be subject to an 'Acceptable Use' policy for browsing the Web. 'Acceptable Use' is often debatable, and many organizations will impose restrictions, like blocking you from checking your Facebook page, visiting YouTube, reading Twitter, surfing Flickr, performing instant messaging, or even accessing your Gmail or Yahoo mail.

4.        Bypass the Country's Web Censorship and Content Surveillance

In the same way 'Acceptable Use' policies are enforced at workplaces and schools, some nations choose to impose oppressive internet censoring on their entire countries. Egypt, Afghanistan, China, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Belarus are some examples of nations who limit access to the World Wide Web.    
5.        Cloak Your VOIP Phone Calls

Voice-over-IP (internet telephoning) is relatively easy to eavesdrop on. Even intermediate-level hackers can listen in to your VOIP calls. If you regularly use VOIP services like Skype, Viber, or online voice chatting, you should definitely consider implementing a VPN connection.

Why Wasel Pro?

        WASEL Pro is the most reliable, only working VPN service in all Middle East and Gulf region

Download WASEL Pro now and enjoy best Andriod VPN features:
Global network of servers in USA, UK, Germany, France and Sweden
Unlimited bandwidth
P2P allowed 
2 simultaneous VPN connections
and much more!

WASEL Pro VPN Android app is available on Google Play Android Apps store:

Also get other versions and setups from the following links: