When you connect to the Internet, your device is assigned a certain number – an IP address – which is visible to your Internet service provider (ISP). The ISP establishes the connection between your device and the website you need. Normally, the traffic goes through your ISP’s servers, making your online activity visible to the ISP organization.
A VPN serves as a virtual shield for your device. It routes traffic through a secure tunnel so that your IP address can’t be tracked. In this case, your data is encrypted and can be seen only by you and the VPN server.
Browsec doesn’t log any information that can identify you personally. It masks your location and ensures your security, even if you connect to a public Wi-Fi spot.