While you browse the web, FREEDOME VPN checks the sites that you go to and makes sure that they are safe.
Browsing protection blocks web sites that may contain harmful content or steal your personal information, including credit card numbers, user account information, and passwords.
While you browse the web, FREEDOME VPN checks the HTTP sites that you go to and makes sure that they are safe. You will see a notification whenever FREEDOME VPN blocks a site.
On the main view of the app, you can check FREEDOME VPN’s browsing protection statistics to see how many harmful sites the app has blocked.
What to do when a site is blocked
If browsing protection blocks a site, most likely the site or service that you are trying to access is either malicious or is trying to track you. Some sites prevent their use altogether if they are not able to set up the tracking first.
If you cannot access a site or service that works when FREEDOME VPN is turned off, you can try to turn tracking protection off when you are accessing that site.
Important: If you turn tracking protection off, at the same time you allow that site and its affiliates to track your online behavior.
You may also try to turn browsing protection off if you trust that the site in question is safe.
Important: Turning browsing protection off considerably weakens the security of your web browsing.