What is an Encryption?
Encryption is a process which transforms your data or information into a code in order to protect your privacy. It makes you invisible to those who do not have the key to your code.

tigerVPN uses per default AES 256-bit encryption (Advanced Encryption Standard) meaning that your data is encrypted in
115,792,089,237,316,195,423,570,985,008,687,907,853,269,984,665,640,564,039,457,584,007,913,129,639,936 possible combinations.
So, be sure you are secured enough with tigerVPN.

What is a VPN Protocol?
A VPN protocol is a system of instructions which determines how data is transferred between your computer and our tigerVPN server.

We support the following protocols:
OpenVPN UDP
OpenVPN TCP  
L2TP
IPsec
PPTP

The tigerVPN Windows, Mac and Android apps run per default on OpenVPN UDP which you can switch to OpenVPN TCP from inside the app's system settings.
The tigerVPN iOS app runs on IPsec.

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