Want to binge Sargo out of Saudi Arabia? This Solution Always Works!Published by Gray Williams on December 03, 2018
In 2015, a group of New York Film Academy students got together to create a powerful series called “Sargo”, which focused on relevant topics of both US and Arab racial bias and racial profiling. Focused on a young Saudi man who is kidnapped by two dangerous if not so intellectual criminals, the series quickly garnered accolades and much attention when it aired in Saudi Arabia.
If you’re a Saudi who has not seen the show or would like to watch it again, your best bet to catch it is as a streaming program on a network website in Saudi Arabia. However, nearly 37% of the Saudi population lives outside of the country’s borders.
Fortunately, there is a foolproof, 100% legal solution to the problem of how to view “Sargo” outside of Saudi Arabia. By using a virtual private network (VPN), Saudi Arabians can safely view “Sargo” and give themselves an added level of security for web browsing that is essential for foreign travel.
How a VPN works
A VPN is built to offer security and privacy for Internet users particularly when they venture outside of tried and true networks such as when traveling or in a public location. When downloaded to an Internet-capable device, a VPN client allows users to establish a encrypted connection between their device and one in a remote location, often a different country, but just as frequently somewhere else in the same jurisdiction.
The encryption ensures that any information passing from the user’s device to the remote server cannot be viewed or intercepted by any third party, be it a hacker, a government watchdog, even the user’s own Internet Service Provider (ISP). Such parties can ascertain that the user is browsing the Internet, but cannot see anything in terms of websites visited, pages viewed, or data uploaded or downloaded. When the remote server receives uploads or requests from the home device, it decrypts them, then attaches a new IP address, one that reflects the location of the remote server.
The remote server then sends said requests to the Internet. In cases such as attempting to watch “Sargo” outside of Saudi Arabia, the user would connect to a remote server inside that country. Thus, a Saudi IP address is assigned to the request to view the website and stream “Sargo” episodes. When the website receives that request, it accepts the IP address as legitimate and allows the user to begin streaming episodes. In either instance, the requested data travels first to the remote server. There it is encrypted and passes back through the secure tunnel to the home device.
Step-by-Step Instructions to Watch “Sargo” with a VPN
What are the best VPNS to watch “Sargo” outside Saudi Arabia?
Although it is one of the pricier VPNs on the market, ExpressVPN routinely gets rave reviews from customers thanks to its industry-leading speeds. It has servers in 94 countries, offers unlimited bandwidth and server speeds, top-level security and encryption, and live chat customer service running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A great VPN for novices is Trust.Zone VPN, which has a low price, not a ton of fancy features, and does its job with tremendous consistency. Trust.Zone comes with a kill switch, does not keep logs, has unlimited bandwidth as a standard feature, and has a 10-day money-back guarantee.
NordVPN has one of the best all-around reviews in the world. It has added onto its infrastructure frequently in 2018 and now has more than 4,400 servers across more than 60 countries.
It has a strict no-log policy, a kill switch should you lose your connection, and IP Leak Protection as a standard feature.