• Or if you want to browse the internet anonymously?
• If you want to access websites or services that are not available in you country or sites where content is restricted to geographical areas?
Using VPN is your waiting answer.
So what is a VPN?
VPN is a Virtual Private Network.
First VPN were for business users but with proliferation of VPN service providers, it has become available for everyone with many benefits.
There are free and paid versions, and each has pros and cons.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) connects two computers securely and privately over the internet, even though that is a public network. A VPN client on one computer connects to a VPN server on another computer and by using encryption and other security measures; no-one can see what information is being exchanged.
Why you need VPN?
1. To extend your private network across the internet to another location like a company that has offices in two locations can connect them using a VPN across the internet so there appears to be one network.
2. It lets your connection private and secure anyone that wants to protect their privacy and security online should use a VPN.
3. A VPN stops websites spying on you by hiding data that could identify you like your IP address, location, browser and operating system, screen resolution, ISP and more.
4. If you travel abroad and have tried to watch live TV such as BBC iPlayer you will have discovered that they don’t work. That’s because they check your location to make sure you’re in the UK. So even though you are a BBC license payer and a UK resident, you can’t watch BBC when you are away on holiday or business abroad. A VPN can make it seem like you are in another country, so you can unlock services and websites that are normally blocked.
5. VPN substitutes your IP address and location with an alternative one.
Free vs. paid VPNs
There are free and paid versions, and each has pros and cons, so let’s take a look.
Free VPN services are – in general – not well suited to streaming video. They typically offer slower speeds and, crucially, limited bandwidth per month. That means you’ll be able to watch one or two half-hour TV shows via a service such as Tunnel Bear before getting a message telling you you’ve used up your allowance for the month. Not ideal.
Another restriction, even with ‘unlimited’, is that you’ll have access to fewer servers. If those servers are full, then you’ll have to wait to connect.
If you do want to watch lots of video or download vast quantities of data using a VPN, then you should really be prepared to pay for the service. By doing so, you’ll receive faster speeds, truly unlimited downloads and also a better level of customer support. If you’re just starting out with VPN, we suggest you try a free service first. Only then will you be in a position to decide whether the additional features you get with a paid-for subscription are worth the cost.
To register for a paid VPN service:
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