What is a VPN?

VPN stands for virtual private network, a secure tunnel between two or more devices. Connecting to a VPN gives you an encrypted connection to the internet. This allows you to stay private, stay secure, and access the online content you want—no matter where you are.

Where are your servers located?

Currently we have servers in Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Turkey.

Do you support IPv6?

No, but we are planning to add the support of IPv6

How is my privacy maintained?

When you connect to MiniFox, a VPN tunnel is created — meaning a secure connection between you and our server is established. All data in this tunnel is encrypted. Even if it’s intercepted, no one will be able to make sense of it. In other words, your internet traffic is for your eyes only.

How can I get support?

You can do that from our Contact Us page.

What can I do with a VPN?

A VPN is a multi-purpose digital survival tool. You can use your VPN to:

  • Hide your real IP address and surf the web with added privacy
  • Protect your confidential information (such as online banking credentials or social media passwords) through VPN encryption
  • Unblock and access your favorite websites and social media platforms
  • Stream and download anything securely, anonymously, and with no limits

Will a VPN slow my internet connection?

This is possible with any VPN, but the difference is often unnoticeable. Furthermore, if your internet service provider is throttling certain types of traffic, using a VPN could actually boost your speed. MibiFox VPN runs a premium high-speed network using bandwidth from Tier-1 providers.

Do you log my data?

MiniFox VPN is a privacy-focused company that does not store activity logs or connection logs of our users. MiniFox does collect minimal information about the usage of our services in order to identify and address technical issues, but this information cannot be used to connect you to any specific activity or behavior.

For more details, you can read MiniFox Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

Do you have any questions?