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Download NordVPN and get a subscription
Connect to a server in the chosen location
All set – Wikipedia is now unlocked!
Access to Wikipedia, like most web pages, can be denied based on your IP address. You get an IP from your network every time you connect to the internet: it indicates where you’re located and what restrictions apply to you.
A virtual private network lets you access Wikipedia by hiding your actual IP address, thus bypassing most access restrictions. It also encrypts your data and keeps your online activities from your ISP, advertisers, and online snoops.
Sometimes Wikipedia content simply gets caught in countrywide internet censorship. In other cases, Wikipedia is targeted specifically to prevent access to information that is deemed offensive.
Specifically, access to Wikipedia is blocked or censored in some Middle Eastern and Asian states, forcing residents and travellers to rely on VPN services or web proxies to unblock the wikipedia.org address.
Tap the Quick Connect button, and our smart algorithm will find the best possible server option for you at that moment.
Stay safe when browsing on public Wi-Fi or any other network – NordVPN secures your data with next-generation encryption.
With 5500+ servers worldwide and the game-changing NordLynx protocol, NordVPN lets you stay safe online without slowing down.
Have secure access to streaming websites, social media, and messaging platforms without censorship.
The Kill Switch technology makes sure your sensitive data will not be exposed, not even for a brief moment.
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