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Get Past VPN Blocks With KeepSolid Wise

People often wish to use VPNs at school, at work, or in a hotel, what with being extremely useful for protecting their data and identity. Unfortunately, sometimes public institutions, and occasionally even whole countries, block VPNs as part of their network restrictions. To bypass VPN blocks and regain your access to the internet, check out KeepSolid Wise - our proprietary protocol for getting around VPN blocking.

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If you find yourself in a network that restricts VPN usage, KeepSolid Wise is at your disposal! Get our top-notch solution for getting past VPN blocks!

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VPN Unlimited is also available as a part of the MonoDefense® security bundle.

How KeepSolid Wise helps bypass VPN blocks

KeepSolid team has developed a special technology called KeepSolid Wise that provides extended online freedom. It allows users to get past any VPN blocks and use VPN Unlimited even when it would normally be blocked in your school, work, or hotel network. Thanks to using TCP, UDP, and TLS protocols, with OpenVPN® forming its backbone, our stealth technology is extremely difficult to detect, allowing to reliably bypass VPN blocks. Now, your VPN traffic looks like an innocent HTTPS traffic instead.

KeepSolid Wise is available for iOS 11 or later, Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux devices at no additional cost to you. You can find this protocol, along with other available VPN protocols, in VPN Unlimited settings.

Please note that we suggest you use KeepSolid Wise only if your VPN connection is getting blocked. If you don’t need to bypass VPN blocks, you’d be better off with other VPN Unlimited protocols - they provide better speeds (we recommend WireGuard®).

How KeepSolid Wise VPN Protocol Works - KeepSolid VPN Unlimited®

Difference between UDP / TCP / TLS

Okay, now let’s figure the difference between KeepSolid Wise UDP, KeepSolid Wise TCP, and KeepSolid Wise TLS. Long story short, of the three we always recommend using KeepSolid Wise TLS to get past VPN blocks. It’s the newest version that combines exceptional speed with strong protection. But if your VPN connection is still getting blocked even KeepSolid Wise TLS, switching to UDP or TCP may fix the problem.

User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

UDP, or User Datagram Protocol, is the default layer in many applications because of its excellent delivery speeds. It can rapidly and efficiently move data packets between hosts. UDP is good for speed and efficiency. In KeepSolid Wise, we added our own encryption so UDP is almost as strong as TCP while remaining a bit faster.

Learn more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_Datagram_Protocol

Transport Control Protocol (TCP)

TCP, or Transport Control Protocol (a.k.a. Transmission Control Protocol), provides users with reliable data delivery across the internet. This protocol ensures that the packets are delivered in a specific order, regardless of how long it takes. TCP is great for reliable packet delivery. KeepSolid Wise TCP boasts enhanced security, although it may work slower than UDP in some cases.

Learn more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transmission_Control_Protocol

Transport Layer Security (TLS)

TLS, or Transport Layer Security, is built upon TCP but uses cryptographic encryption to provide end-to-end security. TLS is best for encryption, authentication, data integrity, and security. This protocol is the most powerful, secure, and fast of the three. KeepSolid Wise TLS will also be able to bypass more VPN blocks than UDP or TCP.

Learn more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security

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With VPN Unlimited you can effortlessly bypass any VPN blocks

How to use KeepSolid Wise to bypass VPN blocks

It’s super easy to get started with KeepSolid Wise at no additional cost. Here’s how to use KeepSolid Wise to get past VPN blocks if you ever encounter one:

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Launch the app

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Click the menu button in the top left

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Proceed to the Settings tab and select Protocols

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Select a KeepSolid Wise protocol you need. Once again, we recommend using the TLS version, unless you’re getting blocked even with it - then try UDP or TCP

Countries that block VPNs

Do you know what’s common between such countries as Egypt, UAE, Iran, China, etc.? They all block VPNs, in one form or another. States that have a complicated history with virtual private networks, and where you may have issues with accessing your VPN, include, but are not limited to:

  • China
  • UAE
  • Iran
  • Egypt
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Russia
  • Indonesia
  • India
  • Turkey
  • Syria

 

An extensive list of countries that block VPNs is nigh impossible to compile. It’s always highly recommended that you check if VPN is blocked or available in a location that you’re planning to visit. And you definitely don’t want the government and local networks to know you are using a VPN there. We suggest that you keep KeepSolid Wise running at all times while visiting such countries to get past any VPN blocks.

Bypass VPN blocks with KeepSolid Wise

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KeepSolid Wise pros and cons

Pros

  • Helps bypass VPN block
  • Stable connection
  • Extremely secure
  • Goes through firewalls

Cons

  • Can cause minor speed and performance drops

VPN Unlimited and KeepSolid Wise

KeepSolid Wise is a protocol exclusive to VPN Unlimited. We developed it to deliver the benefits of our service to countries, regions, and networks where you wouldn’t normally be able to use a VPN. KeepSolid aims to bring online freedom to every part of the world, and KeepSolid Wise is a perfect tool for that.

  • Android
  • Windows
  • iOS
  • macOS
  • Linux

Get past VPN blocks with KeepSolid Wise

You can find this protocol, along with other available VPN protocols, in VPN Unlimited settings. Download our reliable VPN app right now and get KeepSolid Wise today! 

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