Invisible Browsing VPN (ibVPN) is a service that allows you to surf the Web invisibly and securely without leaving a trace and without being tracked. By using an ibVPN server located in another country you can access geographically locked content and services such as Hulu, BBC Iplayer, Pandora, and Netflix.
To learn more about ibVPN's service and pricing, click here.
This app is a free download. You can install using the ClearOS Marketplace or via CLI:
yum install app-ibvpn
You must be running ClearOS version 6 or later to download and install this app.
Yes and no. The app is free for ClearOS, however, the ibVPN app is just a wrapper (RPM package for you Linux folks) for configuring and connecting with the ibVPN cloud service. The ibVPN service requires a subscription. Pricing plans can be found here.
Yes. You can be selective in choosing which Internet-connected devices on your LAN send traffic via the tunnel. For example, setting a PS4 or other media server that connects with cloud-based services like Netflix or Hulu is a very common configuration.