A virtual private network, allows you to securely connect to other networks over the Internet. A VPN can be used to access restricted websites, protect your browsing activity from prying eyes on public WiFi, and much more. VPNs are very popular these days, but not for the reason they were originally created.
Initially, they were simply a way to securely connect a corporate network over the Internet or to allow you to access a corporate network from home. VPNs basically route all your network traffic to the network, that’s where the benefits come from – like remote access to LAN resources and bypassing internet censorship. Most operating systems have built-in VPN support. Before using any VPN you should always get reliable real user reviews (written as 믿을 수 있는 실제 사용자 후기 in the Korean language).
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So how does this help you? Good question! You can use a VPN to:
- Bypass geo-restrictions on websites or stream video and audio.
- Protect yourself from eavesdropping on unreliable WiFi hotspots.
- Achieve at least some anonymity online by covering your real location.
- Protect yourself from logging in while torrenting.
How do we get a VPN and which one should we choose?
Depending on your needs, you can use a VPN from your workplace, set up your own VPN server, or sometimes get it out of your house – but the truth is most people are just looking for something to protect them during torrenting or help them with some online media they don’t seem to have access to. Some of the widely used VPNs are:
They all have free trials so you can easily get your money back if you change your mind.