With the constant deterioration of important notions when it comes to a free Internet, such as freedom, security and privacy, and with the increased danger of data theft, more and more people daily opt to protect their Internet activities, including from their own family members, through a virtual private network (VPN) associated to a proxy server. VPNs are also used by companies for connections protected against interception by individual branches.
CyberGhost VPN is also used by journalists to make unrestricted inquiries; by political activists in non-democratic states and in states with a low level of democracy; by whistle-blowers that want to draw attention to the dangers of the state's activities or of the economic sector without taking risks; as well as by environmental activists who want to carry out their activity unrestricted. VPNs are also used by organizations who want to dissimulate their presence: the secret services, authorities carrying out criminal investigations and even the military services. While some demand stricter restrictions on the privacy and individual freedom, others recur to the anonymity VPNs offer in order to efficiently do their job.
Articles in this section
- What is CyberGhost VPN?
- Devices that support CyberGhost VPN
- What is a VPN and why do I need one?
- How does anonymity provided by Cyberghost VPN ensure more freedom?
- Who is behind CyberGhost VPN and how can I contact you?
- Why should I trust CyberGhost VPN?
- Does CyberGhost log? No!
- Who uses Cyberghost VPN?
- Using CyberGhost VPN: Is it hiding or protecting?