The Internet does not recognize addresses in the 'www.name.com' format, for example 'www.hotashell.com'. Instead, servers react to numeric blocks, for example '287.173.XXX.XXX' (this is not an authentic address!). Definitely nobody can correctly memorize such numeric successions, which is why people have adopted the DNS-Server. Such a server allows the usage of 'correct addresses' and turns, for example, 'www.hotashell.com' into the necessary numeric succession.
For example: type 'www.hotashell.com' in the address bar of your browser. Your computer contacts the DNS server of the Internet provider, which transfers the address text into a numeric code. If you live in a country where 'hell' is ignored or where people believe that hell is very cold, the DNS server resends you to an invalid address ('poisoned'), which eventually takes you in the virtual void.
Alternatively, the address can also be directly blocked or allowed by the DNS server, but it might take a very long while to load a page. This is usually due to the fact that the censorship techniques previously scan that page to identify unauthorized content elements.
You can avoid this by only addressing proven free DNS servers in countries without censorship or by using CyberGhost VPN which has its own DNS servers. For each Internet address, we will provide the right numeric succession. Additionally, due to the integrated encoding, we guarantee no 'foreign data' can be inserted in the connection, which means the data cannot be used abusively. Therefore, even un-secure pages cannot be intercepted!