Using a VPNSuper is all about keeping your online activity secure, especially on public Wi-Fi networks. Let's dive into what the "Exposed!" and "Protected!" messages in VPNSuper mean for your device's safety.

A. If you see "Exposed! Your device is unprotected" on the screen, what does that mean?

This message indicates that your device's internet connection is vulnerable. When connected to public Wi-Fi (coffee shops, airports) or unsecured home networks, your online activity and data could be exposed.

B. If you see "Your device is protected!" on the screen, what does that mean?

When you see "Protected" (usually green text), it means your VPN is active. Imagine a secure tunnel between your device and the internet. A VPN creates this tunnel, encrypting your data as it travels. This encryption scrambles your data like a secret code, making it unreadable to anyone trying to intercept it.


  • A VPN hides your IP address, making your online activity virtually untraceable.

  • This protection is especially important on public Wi-Fi networks, where your data is more vulnerable.

In short:

  • Exposed: Your device and data are vulnerable on unsecured networks.

  • Protected: Your VPN encrypts your data and hides your IP address, adding a layer of security.