Dedicated VPN on Demand
- The essential tool for the protection of digital privacy and personal data when the non-trust Internet connection is used.
- All user’s Internet traffic is forwarding through the dedicated VPN server in a selected location.
- The full traffic encryption and strong user’s authentication are performed inside the protected memory of the AH secure client.
When you purchase a service VPN-ON-DEMAND, your own virtual VPN server is created, that only the customer (owner of the service) has access to. You don’t need to enter anything, you don’t need to use a password.
VPN-ON-DEMAND allows the user to deploy the own VPN-network on the own virtual VPN server on the OpenVPN basis for home and corporate use. All user data is stored in the protected memory of the device and is inaccessible for any intervention. The interaction between the server and the device is organized on a protected channel without human intervention.
The owner of the service can manage the access rights to his VPN network. For example, provide access to his own VPN network to another customer. To do this, add this device to the group. The owner of this device can connect to your network after updating of settings. To deny access to your network, remove this device from the group. The owner of the remote device is not able to connect to your network anymore.
Strict conformity: Server – Device. If the device is not added to the appropriate group on the server, the device will not be able to connect to VPN. The service is deleted permanently after the subscriptions expires(automatically), or at the request of the user. To do this just select the Remove option.
There are only 3 steps to use the service:
1. Plug in the device.
2. Purchase the subscriptions to the service.
3. Update the settings on the device.
Your private VPN network is available to connect.
How to start to use VPN-ON-DEMAND?
1. You need to buy one of our secure clients.
2. You can either create your own services and manage access rights to them or to be connected to existing services if access rights were granted to you by your employer, partners, family members or friends.