Users can access the Geo-blocked content on your website via third party VPN services. When users browse the web through a VPN, their browsing traffic is forwarded through the VPN server. Their computer acts as if it’s on the same local network as the VPN server. For instance, if someone in Australia connect to a VPN in the UK, web servers will get an impression that he/she is browsing from UK. So, the user can easily access the content that is Geo-blocked for Australia.
Restricting VPN Usage
You can restrict any user who is using VPN services to access your Geo-blocked content. You can block the VPN servers by subscribing to any third-party VPN blocking service (For example, Maxmind). After getting the subscription from the third-party VPN blocking service provider, you need to add a support ticket to integrate your website for VPN blocking. Once we will integrate your website, no one can access your Geo-blocked content by using any VPN service.