You might see warnings from Google like "Suspicious sign-in attempt" because you're using a VPN. Here's why:

  • IP Address Tracking: Google and many websites track logins using IP addresses, which act like your online location.
  • VPN Changes Your Location: When you use a VPN, your IP address changes to the location of the VPN server you're connected to.
  • Google Sees a Sudden Change: This sudden change in IP address might trigger Google's security system to flag it as a suspicious login attempt from a new location.

What to Do:

  • Don't Panic: If you're sure the login attempt was you using the VPN, you can safely ignore the warning.
  • Be Aware: Keep in mind that using a VPN can sometimes trigger these warnings due to the change in IP address.

Additional Tips:

  • If you see these warnings frequently, consider letting Google know it's your usual device connecting from a different location due to VPN use. This can help reduce warnings in the future (consult Google's support resources for specific instructions).
  • Always use strong passwords and two-factor authentication for added security with your Google account.

By understanding why these warnings happen, you can use VPNSuper with confidence!