A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an Internet privacy and encryption tool that should be considered if safeguarding your data or online anonymity is important to you. Customers use the Spartan VPN service to secure their web connection and browser traffic.
A VPN creates an encrypted link between your computer and our VPN servers, sending all IPv4 traffic through that connection. To an outside observer, it looks like a continuous stream of scrambled code. Your data, which originates on your device, takes this encrypted route (known as a tunnel) and emerges on the other side of the connection (our VPN server) before going to its final destination. Provided you aren’t giving any website personally identifiable information, they are only going to see that you are originating from our server.
Using a VPN is like having a PO box on the internet – an address that no one can trace back to you. Instead of giving out its real (your ISP) IP address when you click on a website, your computer gives one of ours. The website’s data is delivered to our address – and then we forward it to you, instantly and securely. The result? You appear to be wherever our server is located, allowing you to access the Internet like a local, wherever you are in the world.
And snoopers and hackers online can’t trace your activity back to your real address and find out who or where you are. Spartan VPN Services, brings you an important privacy tool like the ones that banks, law firms, other businesses, and governments use to protect their important confidential data.
This provides the highest level of security for using the web and web applications.