CyberGhost VPN operates using a protected surfing encryption based on the SSL standard (RSA procedure) which, unlike the procedures used by rival products, creates both the public and private keys directly and individually on the users system. This prevents Man in the middle attacks that are possible if key pairs are created on the server.
Articles in this section
- Why don’t I get 100% of my normal internet speed?
- Server security policy
- Server security inside the USA and other countries
- Hoppla, servers are missing. Why's that?
- Which servers will be available for me?
- What's the deal with the user load of a server?
- How will keys for a secure VPN connection be created?
- Do different servers have different levels of anonymity?
- How strong does Cyberghost VPN encode my connection?
- Can I use other Internet programs besides browsers while being anonymized?