Users are increasingly concerned about protecting their privacy online, in addition to being able to get around copyright-related bans and limitations or, worse still, censorship and political persecution. For this reason, a plethora of VPN applications are now readily available for defending our online identities. The Stark VPN Reloaded is one of them.
It masks your IP behind a server located in another country
With this updated version of Stark VPN, we may conceal our identity by using a number of proxy servers to show an IP that does not match our own but rather the IP of the server that routes all of our traffic. By doing this, we can pretend to be a user located hundreds of kilometres away from where we actually are, with the result that there will be no trace of our visit or that our access will be denied because our IP address is prohibited owing to its geographic origin.
It operates as usual: the user either selects the server from the offered list or allows the software to choose the one with the most interesting attributes (often the one that can currently deliver the greatest performance). After that, you just click the connect button and begin browsing.