extension ExtPose

Browse Safe

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It is free VPN. Enjoy 100% Anonymity to enjoy no censorship.

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Description from store The acronym VPN stands for virtual private network. As the name suggests, a VPN is a method used to connect to the internet privately. It does this by hiding your real IP address and routing all of your internet traffic and data through a private, securely encrypted tunnel over public networks. VPNs are popular because they let you browse the internet without giving your personal identity, location, or data away. When all of your data is encrypted inside the VPN tunnel, ISPs, search engines, marketers, hackers, and others can't see or track your activities on the web. How Does a VPN Network Work to Protect You? VPNs protect you in three main ways: By disguising your real IP address and location. After connecting to a VPN service, you're sent onto the internet from a new gateway server. This spoofs your IP address and makes it appear as if you're in a different city or country than the one you're actually in. By encapsulating all of your internet traffic through a private VPN tunnel. Data on the internet moves in packets. With a VPN, all of your data packets are encapsulated inside additional data packets. This encapsulation effectively creates a private tunnel inside public networks. By scrambling your private data with encryption. When using a VPN service, all of your internet traffic and personal information inside the tunnel is scrambled via encryption. This makes a VPN connection virtually impossible to hack by outside forces. Some of the most secure types of VPN encryption in use today include: OpenVPN L2TP/IPSec (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) IKEv2/IPSec (Internet Key Exchange version 2) SSTP (Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol) SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) When Should You Use a VPN Network? There are many times you may want to use a VPN, including when you're browsing over public networks, at home, at the office, when traveling or living in a country with geo-restrictions, or on mobile devices. Basically, anytime you want to browse privately (or spoof your IP address), you should use a VPN. USING A VPN OVER PUBLIC NETWORKS Many of us use public Wi-Fi without giving it much thought. The problem is, even with a password, it's easy for hackers and other entities to view and steal private data over public networks. At the very least, it's important to use a VPN to protect sensitive information, such as logins and passwords, when you're on public Wi-Fi. This includes Wi-Fi hotspots at airports, hotels, cafes, schools, and libraries. USING A VPN AT HOME


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Last update / version
2020-01-26 / 1.2
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