What is a VPN?

VPN is an abbreviation for Virtual Private Network. This service permits you to explore the web without outsiders observing your traffic. By diverting your traffic through a scrambled, secure passage, a VPN will give you peace of mind that your internet connection is completely secured and anonymous.

How it works.

In simple terms, a VPN is a software-based tool that provides an end-to-end encrypted tunnel between your connected devices and a VPN server. This effectively routes your traffic away from your ISP’s servers and through its own.

Frequent questions.

Nitrous VPN is a Virtual Private Network service. When you activate our service, you connect to a safe server from a remote location and all your data becomes encrypted. Your IP address will be hidden when browsing online.

Nitrous VPN is the best in the game when it comes to security. We have a strict no logging policy when you are connected to our secure servers.

We support Windows, MAC, Android, Fire TV, and Open VPN. Our app is easy to install and use. View our setup guides at this page.

You can use a single Nitrous account on up to 10 devices simultaneously.