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Trust.Zone VPN developed new technology to bypass the Great Firewall in China within seconds. Get your Freedom on the Internet Back!
MAHE, SEYCHELLES, February 16, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Over the last decade, Chinese authorities have blocked access to all major popular social networks - Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, e-mail services - Gmail and Yahoo, search engines - Google, Yahoo and Bing, video and voice chat messengers - Skype, Viber, WhatsApp and other.
The Chinese authorities use the system of restricting access to popular websites - "The Great Firewall". Besides, "Golden Shield Project" - the internet censorship system blocking "unfriendly" incoming traffic and data from outside of China - is also used.
The majority of internet users in China bypass internet censorship by using Virtual Private Network (VPN). VPN allows Chinese internet users to tunnel their traffic through an encrypted and private connection and come out on the other side. VPN service hides Chinese internet user's IP address and encrypts internet traffic.
Recently, Chinese authorities successfully started using a Deep Packet Inspection technique and sophisticated technology to determine that client uses a VPN. As a result, 96% of VPN services in China are blocked by the Great Firewall in spite of the fact that VPN is legal in China.
Trust.Zone VPN service is glad to announce newly developed technology to bypass internet restrictions and let all internet users in China use VPN for free with no risk to be blocked by the Great Firewall.
Usually, VPN services are using OpenVPN connections, PPTP and L2TP protocols which are now blocked by the Great Firewall. Meanwhile, Trust.Zone VPN service has developed the unique technology which is more secured than OpenVPN. Trust.Zone team implemented a special technique to avoid blocking by ISP or government agencies in China. This technique allows forwarding all internet traffic though HTTPS port 443, HTTP port 80, SSH, SCP and SCFTP port 21 and FTP port 22.
Trust.Zone VPN is able to forward VPN traffic through port 443 which is never blocked. 443 Port is the default port for HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure). The protocol is commonly used by browsers for secure connections when you type https:// in a browser. It doesn't make sense to block port 443 by internet censors in China because blocking the port 443 breaks the access to the Internet.
With new unique technology developed by Trust.Zone Team, Chinese internet users may surf the Internet for free without being blocked.
Trust.Zone - is a leading VPN service, offering the free and paid premium VPN service over the world. Trust.Zone owns 50+ servers in 26 countries. The full map of server locations is available here
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