List of available VPN Hubs
Posted by Barry Bahrami on 19 September 2017 09:16 AM
We are constantly adding new hubs based on subscriber feedback. Current available hubs are:
AnonymousVPN: This VPN hub will assign you a private IPv4 address. We will then change your public IP address based on the egress point on our network to the remote network you are contacting. For example, if the remote network is peered with us in Los Angeles, then your public IP to that host will be from our Los Angeles datacenter. And if the remote network is peered with us in Europe, then that host will see an IP from our UK datacenter. This will provide a static “enough” public IP address for you to work online, while changing it frequently enough to make tracking difficult. Please keep in mind that this does not prevent other methods of tracking your online activity, so be sure to disable cookies and such. We do not log these connections, however we do employ real time network abuse sensors. This hub is unlikely to comply with most corporate policies because activity is not logged. This hub is likely the best for most VPN users.
AnonymousVPN_SharedIP: This VPN hub will assign you a shared public IP address in the region specified. The shared nature of the IP address makes it even more difficult to track you, yet it’s also static so your location won’t appear to keep changing. This hub is likely the best for geographically sensitive uses, including most media devices such as Kodi.
Anonymous with TOR: For the ultimate in online privacy, connect to our “Anonymous with TOR” hub. Included at no extra charge, this hub will connect you directly to the onion (TOR) network. No extra software required! All traffic is routed through TOR. If the TOR network will not handle the packet then it is dropped. With this hub you can surf the .onion network (dark web) and regular Internet sites through TOR.We do not log these connections, however we do employ real time network abuse sensors. This service is intended to help protect your online privacy in the strongest possible way. This hub is unlikely to comply with most corporate policies because activity is not logged and it connects you directly to the “dark web”. This hub will let you surf .onion sites and the entire web in total privacy. Tor aims to conceal its users’ identities and their online activity from surveillance and traffic analysis by separating identification and routing. It is an implementation of onion routing, which encrypts and then randomly bounces communications through a network of relays run by volunteers around the globe.
Anonymous_Pub_Static_IP_VPN: This VPN hub will assign you a single public IPv4 and IPv6 address for the duration of your VPN session. We do maintain connection logs to be in compliance with most corporate policies. Logs are only available by subpoena or request of the account owner.
San_Diego_Web_Cam: This hub is configured to enable you to watch the San Diego Web Cam in 720p. Only webcam traffic will pass so you can safely keep this one enabled.