SurfOpenly is a reliable and lightweight application designed to help you connect to a VPN server from anywhere in the world. The software allows you to connect to the VPN server in order to navigate the Internet under the server address, instead of your system's IP, thus protecting your privacy. Extend your Internet access through VPN With SurfOpenly, connecting your station to a VPN server is made easy and safe. A VPN, or a virtual private network is designed to extend a private network across the Internet, using dedicated connections, virtual tunneling protocols or traffic encryption. Navigating the Internet through a VPN presents with several advantages, one of which is that you can hide your system's IP. By connecting to a virtual private network server, you can surf the Web using the server's Internet Protocol instead of your own. This way, your IP and location are protected against standard identifying software. Moreover, the VPN can extend the access of your network to websites that are otherwise blocked. An example is that you can bypass geo-political blocks, censorship and restrictions. Reliable server connection helper SurfOpenly is easy to use and can run in the background while you are connected to the VPN. It offers several international servers that you can connect to, using a unique code that is automatically generated. Once the connection is established, the software indicates this status and starts the timer. It can easily measure the duration of the link. Alternatively, the software allows you to enter the address and credentials of a custom server that you wish to connect to. Simply enter the server/host address, then the username and password. The software indicates whether the connection is possible and if it times out, you can view an error log, marking the possible causes. VPN connection monitor SurfOpenly is simple to use and allows you to easily extend the Internet access of your own network/station. The software allows you to establish a safe connection to a VPN server and navigate the Web under the address of the server, thus hiding your own IP and protecting your privacy.
Windows Server 2008