What is PIA?
Often you get that error popping up on your device’s screen, forcing you to look for another website to view your desired content. It is frustrating and time consuming. Also, you get much of the content hidden away that reduces your chances of amassing the required information from your preferred website. This can highly hinder the speed of your work, if you’re working on anything and can also use up your patience on account of finding the right data.
So what basically can you do?
The easiest option would be to choose a different website, a more trusted and accessible one. But sometimes, it becomes necessary for a user to access some blocked sites to collect or download data. This is where the need for VPN arises. This is where the private internet access services or in short, PIA come to rescue. Private Internet Access provides personal Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. It supports multiple VPN technologies such as PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, SOCKS5 and OpenVPN. In 2018, Mark Karpelѐs was named chief technology officer of PIA’s parent company, London Trust Media. Ted Kim is the CEO of Private Internet Access. The founder is Andrew Lee.
PIA offers several features like DNS leak protection, access via UDP/TCP, multiple VPN gateways, unlimited bandwidth and port forwarding. Private Internet Access servers operate VPN gateways in 54 regions across 33 regions.
How VPN works?
VPN establishes the much required encrypted tunnel between your computer and PIA’s server. Your ISP provides you with an internet connection. The PIA then encrypts this connection thus making it secure. Your ISP can’t know what you are surfing or downloading because the PIA encrypts the connection. Others who are online can’t see who you really are because the PIA acts as a middle-man between you and any connection that you’re establishing on the internet. The IP address therefore appears to be that of the PIA’s server.
PIA makes your connection secure, private and anonymous! So the next time, you are stuck while accessing anything on the web, you know what to do. Private Internet Access is the solution.