Last year, Cloudflare made the interesting decision to launch its 18.104.22.168 DNS app on April 1, which, despite being a cumbersome date, matches the name of the service. Now celebrating its first birthday, the company has announced the next step in its development, Warp.
22.214.171.124 should provide both speed and security for your internet traffic, and Warp aims to do even better by encrypting the data you send and receive from your phone. As the company explains in a blog post, VPN & # 39; is traditionally setting up the experience and can cause problems with a number of scenarios, such as transition from Wi-Fi to mobile networks or access to the Internet through a captive portal.
Warp targets not only to protect your privacy online, but it aims to improve the connection speeds and reliability of typical VPN connections that Cloudflare says can be difficult to sell to users who do not know what VPN means . The company says it will leverage its massive infrastructure to deliver fast connections to users around the world and that it can actually make your internet faster than you are used to. The worse your connection is right now, the better it will be with Warp, Cloudflare requirements.
In addition, the technology is designed to minimize problems arising from spotted compounds with faster recovery times from lost compounds. It also uses WideGuard, a VPN protocol aimed at lowering battery consumption for VPN connections, so you shouldn't see as much of a drain as with other VPNs.
Warp actually comes as a free update to the 1
And as before, Cloudflare is promising to maintain your privacy. It says that it doesn't log any of your data on the disk, nor will it sell it for advertising purposes. You also do not need to provide personal information to use the service, and the company says it will hire independent auditors to keep its promises in control.
If you are interested in 126.96.36.199 with Warp, you can install the app for Android or for iOS right now and sign up for the waiting list. Desktop versions are coming soon too.
Source: Cloudflare via ExtremeTech