the whitelist feature

We love the fact that you’re a responsible internet user and use a VPN or a proxy extension to encrypt your internet traffic and protect your online privacy.

Still, there are times when you need to be anonymous and “exposed”, both at the same time.

Why are we saying this? Well, for example, you need to access a website that is available only for your region but you’re using a proxy service and your connection is not possible. Until now, in this situation, you had to disconnect and access the website.

Skip this annoying step and start an easy online journey with our new feature.

Introducing the Bypass List (Whitelist) feature for our browser extensions.

As you already know, ibVPN provides 3 easy to use browsers extensions that come in handy whether you need to browse all protected or to unblock your favorite content.

get ibVPN browser extension for chrome get ibVPN browser extension for Firefox get ibVPN addon for Opera

From now on, our browser extensions are having a cherry on top, as the Whitelist feature improves your online experience.

In other words, the requests made to websites found on the Bypass List use a direct connection that is not protected by ibVPN.

Do you want to use our fresh feature?

Make sure you use the latest versions of our Chrome or Firefox extensions. Regarding the Opera add-on, the version that includes the Whitelist feature is waiting for the approval to be added in store.

Update your extensions, go to “Settings” and choose Bypass list (Whitelist) option.

The process of adding the websites links in the list is super easy. Just navigate to the desired website and the link will be filled-in automatically. You will have to hit the “ADD” button and Taaa-daaaa, the website is now in you bypass list. 😊

the whitelist feature

Bypass the distance between us with your feedback!

As your opinion is very important to us, we would be more than happy to know what you think of our new feature.

Do you find it useful? Make some noise with your feedback on the comment section below.

Until next time, safe browsing, folks!