How does VPN encryption work?
When your device connects to RusVPN, all the data that you transmit over the Internet is encrypted with reliable 2048-bit encryption and is only decrypted on VPN servers. This encryption format ensures that data transmission over the Internet remains confidential.
Encryption is the process of encoding data in a way that only the intended recipient, who has the appropriate means for decryption, can read and use the data.
An active VPN connection is like a pipe in a pipe; no one from outside can get inside and find out what is there. Even if someone somehow receives your data packets, he will not be able to do anything with them, without a unique key that is generated at the time of the data exchange between your device and the VPN server.
That guarantees are complete anonymity, safety and integrity of the data sent and received by you via the Internet using the RusVPN service.
The Importance of VPN Encryption
Internet providers, employers, owners of public WiFi access points, site owners, all of them are just a short list of those who constantly monitor Internet traffic for various purposes.
Some, in order to censor the resources visited. Others, to keep track of what work is being done by their employees, and some monitor the connections out of pure curiosity. The most common reason that people monitor what is being search via the internet is for data, which can later on be sold to the highest bidder.
Thanks to the modern day VPN technology’s and reliable 2048-bit encryption, RusVPN will save you from surveillance and other troubles related to the interception of your data.