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The World Wide Web has brought communication to the next level. Tools like Gmail help enhance this experience by providing a faster way of communicating and staying in touch. However, corporate offices, schools, colleges, and universities are some places where access to Gmail is blocked. To access Gmail from work you need to have a Virtual Private Network or VPN service. Hotspot Shield allows you to unblock Gmail and at the same time secure your web browsing session.
Hotspot Shield free VPN secures your web session, offers malware protection, encrypts your network traffic, and unblocks your favorite content online. You can access Gmail from school, watch YouTube videos, play online games, and chat with your Facebook friends on your school computers. Hotspot Shield swaps the IP address assigned to you by your ISP with its U.S IP address making you anonymous online. Therefore, you are able to access Gmail at school, away from the eyes of the network administrator, web spies, or hackers.
Location based restrictions and blocking filters put in place hamper access to some of our favorite websites like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Hotspot Shield VPN allows you to change your location and access Gmail at work in complete privacy. Moreover, it encrypts your web sessions and prevents hackers from invading your privacy. It secures your passwords, credit card information, downloads, and instant messages against botnets, hackers and snoopers.
Hotspot Shield creates a secured tunnel between your device and its internet servers. All your network traffic passes through this encrypted tunnel. Hotspot Shield puts in place HTTPS encryption to encrypt your passwords, downloads, online shopping information, instant messages and other important data. It prevents hackers from intercepting your network traffic and ensures the privacy and security of your data at all times. Hotspot Shield is available for PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices.