Why we use IbVPN?
Recently, I was asked why we use IbVPN. I thought I would take this opportunity to share with you a way that you can be truly blessed while also blessing our ministry immensely!
You might be asking, what in the world is a VPN? A VPN is simply a service that allows you to surf the Web invisibly and securely without leaving a trace and without being tracked. All the programs installed on your computer will automatically work via VPN so that the highest level of security and anonymity is provided.
IbVPN is the very same encryption used by the NSA. The major difference with IbVPN is that it does NOT keep its' clients log activity like the others. It makes each unsecured network a secured network so that you can check your email, bank accounts, etc without worrying if someone is "sniffing" your passwords and other vital information. Even if you are at a coffee shop, bus station, airport, etc. it makes surfing the web completely SECURE while you surf.
Since I have a family of four and a few computers, I was concerned about having to get a VPN for each of my devices that access the web simultaneously. With IbVPN, I can access 20 computers simultaneously — thus having a secured network for all my computers and phones, and not only that, it does it at an extraordinary speed.
The only "disadvantage" I found using IbVPN is that Google wouldn't let me search using their search engine anonymously. So I just use my own search engine that uses Google's results, WorthySeek.com. It's a specialized, enhanced Google search engine that I pre-filtered so that weird or inappropriate sites wouldn't show up in the results. You too can easily use WorthySeek.com as your Christian enhanced Google Search engine with IbVPN.
We love IbVPN so much that we joined their affiliate program. Consider signing up for IbVPN~ not only will you benefit by being able to surf the web anonymously and securely, but you'll also be helping to pay for the cost of running our internet ministry! Thanks in advance!
If you have any questions, feel free to ask,
Your brother in the Lord with much agape love,