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Virtual Private Networks are not just for corporates.  A VPN connects two internet nodes (a nerd way to refer to a device connected to the internet) securely and privately even in a public network.

One use of VPN technology is to extend Private networks over public channels. For example, a company may enable workers with portable workstations to connect to the company network as if they were using the office computer. The network traffic is routed over public infrastructure, but it is encrypted by the VPN client and therefore secure from spoofing and other forms of interceptions. This is ideally the case for companies with offices in two or more different locations.

Nations Use VPN

North Korea, China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Syria and Russia are among the 30 authoritarian countries where VPNs are banned.

How does

a VPN works

A VPN hides your IP address by letting the network redirect it thought a specially configured remote server run by a VPN host. Benefits

Secure encryption
Disguising your whereabouts
Access to regional content
Use cases

Why should you use

a VPN connection

Primary for protection. You never know what cyber criminals might be monitoring and what they might steal from you, including passwords, personal data, payment information, or even your entire company identity. There are the futures you should expect