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Vilfo for Home

Stay protected online. Use your favorite VPN provider.

Vilfo for Business

Coming soon. Secure your network.

Why Vilfo?

VPN Providers

Use any of 25 integrated VPN providers

Split tunneling

Control which traffic gets sent over the VPN connections

Insights

Know what happens in your network

Streaming

Stream content from anywhere — everywhere

Parental control

No more conflicts over bedtimes or dinners

Browser extension

The Vilfo extension makes your life easier

Gaming

Stay protected while having an optimal gaming experience

More to come...

Check the roadmap for upcoming improvements

Control which traffic gets sent over the VPN

Vilfo provides users with fine-grained control to select which internet traffic is sent through VPN connections and which isn't.

  • Split tunneling by device
  • Split tunneling by website
  • Split tunneling by ports
  • Split tunneling by IP addresses
Vilfo router supports VPN split tunneling

Benefits with split tunneling

When connecting to a VPN on ordinary routers, all internet traffic from all devices is sent through the VPN tunnel.

That's great for ensuring ones privacy online but it can lead to issues:

  • You can't have multiple simultaneous VPN connections
  • You can't access Netflix, Hulu or other streaming services because your VPN provider is blocked
  • You can't play games online because the VPN increases your latency
  • You can't access foreign and local streaming services at the same time
  • All devices are forced to go through the VPN tunnel even if that's not desired

With Vilfo's VPN router you get the best of both worlds. Vilfo supports split tunneling, which means you can:

  • Send all traffic over the VPN except for specific websites, allowing you to access streaming services that have blocked your VPN provider
  • Send all traffic over the VPN except traffic to certain ports, allowing you to play computer games
  • Decide which devices should be connected to the VPN and which shouldn't be
  • Be connected to 10 different VPN servers simultaneously, so you can decide which devices should be connected to which VPN server
Split tunneling by device

Split tunneling by device

Vilfo's group feature allow you to decide exactly which devices should be protected and which shouldn't.

In this example, the group named Protected devices contains two devices which are connected to the VPN service OVPN. The other group, Gaming (VPN bypassed) is not connected to a VPN.

Split tunneling by website

Some websites rigorously block IP addresses that belong to VPN services.

This requires people to disconnect from their VPN provider just to access those websites, meaning all other traffic is also left unprotected.

Vilfo offers a better solution. By bypassing a specific website, the traffic to that specific website is sent directly over the internet while all other traffic is sent through the VPN connection.

Split tunneling by website
Split tunneling by ports

Split tunneling by ports

Keep your devices connected to a VPN server, but send all traffic that goes to certain ports over your ordinary connection.

Perfect if you play computer games and don't want to play with increased latency and lag - but still want to protect all other internet traffic.

In this example, internet traffic originating from Luke Skywalker's Computer on ports 27000 to 27030 is sent directly over the internet. The other traffic is sent over a VPN connection.

Split tunneling by IP addresses

When working remotely towards companies, they often set up ACLs (access control lists) to protect their resources from outside access.

Vilfo allows bypassing the VPN for all traffic towards a specific IP address. In this example, all traffic originating from Anakins MBP  to IP address 100.100.100.100 will be sent directly over the internet.

Split tunneling by IP addresses
Ten simultaneous VPN connections

Ten simultaneous VPN connections

Besides being able to bypass the VPN for some devices, Vilfo's group feature allow you to be connected to ten different VPN servers — simultaneously.

Let some devices be connected to one country, and some to another. You decide - Vilfo delivers.