Solid VPN - Secure VPN Service


Solid VPN provide users with a fast, reliable and stable VPN service that works perfectly with WiFi and 3G connections.

Why Solid VPN ?
- AES-256 Bit Encryption
- Unlimited Bandwidth
- Encrypting DNS Requests With AES-256 Bit
- Encrypted Channel
- Secure VPN services
- Fast Browsing & Video Streaming
- Reliable Connection
- Unblocking Websites
- No logs
Solid VPN acts as a proxy server and transfers connection through encrypted tunnel.
No trials and no limitations, you can simply connect with one click.
Solid-VPN helps to unlock sites over the world , Hulu, Netflix, BBC and more while you reside in Asia including China, encrypts your internet traffic and increase security.
Via Solid-VPN, you can access almost all the websites in the world. If your ISP blocks some website, then this application is for you.

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To keep your information safe and your privacy protected, even on an Android device, you need a virtual private network, or VPN. The Solid VPN app secures your web traffic from prying eyes and offers several advanced tools to keep you safe. The service stands out with an excellent mobile interface, a specialized servers for streaming video, and it even blocks ads. All that, it is FREE.

What Is a VPN?

When you're connected wirelessly to your home router, you can be reasonably certain that it's safe. Out in the wild, it's a different story. It's very difficult to tell if you're actually connected to the Starbucks Wi-Fi, or to a malicious network being run by a data-hungry scammer. With a VPN, you can be assured that no matter where you go, and no matter what networks you connect to, your data is always secure. That's because the VPN software creates an encrypted tunnel to a server the company controls, meaning that anyone snooping on your traffic will see only unreadable ciphertext.

Once you're online, advertisers can track your movements between websites with sophisticated cookies and trackers embedded in ads, associating your traffic with your known IP address. But with a VPN, you can rest assured that your privacy is respected. That's because instead of seeing the actual IP address of your mobile device, the advertisers only see the IP address of the VPN server to which you're connected.

When you're connected over a cellular network, the situation is a little different. The 3G and LTE bands are encrypted, and considered fairly safe. But a dedicated hacker can use a Femtocell, basically a portable cell tower, to offer up an unsecure 2G network and then jam the higher bands, forcing you to fail over to the unsecure network. A VPN can help protect against this kind of sophisticated attacks, too, though it's worth noting that the chance of coming up against such a sophisticated cell hacker is very small. They're far less common than the garden-variety Wi-Fi snooper.
A virtual private network can protect you against both types of attackers, however, and protect your privacy against corporate and government spies. That's why you need a VPN.