Watch Zak Storm Outside Indonesia with a VPN SolutionPublished by John Bennet on December 10, 2018
A fan favorite among Indonesian children, Zak Storm (also known as Zak Storm: Super Pirate) is a computer animated TV series currently enjoying a successful second season.
Zak Storm tells the tale of a teenager who winds up in the Bermuda Triangle on a pirate ship manned by a talking sword. The titular character realizes his father’s necklace is a magic gem that gives him special powers. His mission is to unite the Seven Seas with his crew of misfits in order to return home.
For kids and young people who want to watch Zak Storm in their native language while living or traveling outside of Indonesia, there is one great solution: using a virtual private network (VPN).
How does a VPN work?
VPNs allows individuals to access the Internet through a remote server that affords them extra layers of security and privacy. All Internet traffic is routed through a secure, heavily-encrypted network that keeps it anonymous from third-party prying eyes like Internet Service Providers (ISPs), government watchdogs, and hackers and other cybercriminals.
Consider that you would make your requests to visit the RCTI website through the encrypted tunnel, meaning the request would be decrypted by the remote computer located in Indonesia. Since RCTI only allows computers bearing Indonesian IP addresses to stream online programming, you would need one to access it. The remote server in Indonesia will attach a new IP address to your data requests before it sends them to the RCTI website. RCTI’s website security will see the IP address and let you stream episodes of Zak Storm.
Step-by-step guide to watching Zak Storm using a VPN
What are the best VPNs for streaming Zak Storm?
NordVPN is ranked high among VPNs for its all-around performance. It has more than 4,400 servers spread across 60 countries and allows you to sync six devices to just one license.
Its security platform includes AES 256-bit encryptions and Double VPN tunnelling, along with a kill switch and a strict no-logs policy. Based in Panama, it is celebrating 10 years in the business.
VyprVPN often gets a raw deal because it keeps logs, but its security is second to none thanks to 256-bit AES encryption. The logs it keeps are not of your online activity, however; its zero-knowledge DNS sees to that.
VyprVPN also does not limit bandwidth, perfect for streaming TV episodes.
IPVanish VPN is existing a boom, having jumped from 30 servers in 2012 to more than 1,000 in 2018. It has platforms for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire TV.
It uses 256-bit AES encryption to keep your data safe and has unlimited bandwidth for both data packages and P2P traffic.