All protocols and data you send through OpenVPN are encrypted. You also anonymize all protocols and data you can either send through an HTTP squid proxy, a SOCKS 5 or through a VPN, depending on your choice of service with VPN4ALL. In a nutshell, that’s, with minor exceptions, everything the TCP/IP protocol can carry: HTTP, FTP, SSL, SSH, (ED2K; as well as browsers, FTP clients, P2P clients, IRC, Instant Messengers, and servers of all sorts. You can also choose to encrypt and anonymize some data, only anonymize others, and leave again other data completely decrypted and unanonymized. VPN4ALL offers you ultimate flexibility and control over which content you want to encrypt and anonymize. It is even possible to encrypt and anonymize data produced by software that has no native proxy support. Please consult the FAQ’s in our members’ area for this.
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