What is VPN “Virtual Private Network” and how does it work?

VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network” and describes the opportunity to establish a protected network connection when using public networks. VPNs encrypt your internet traffic and disguise your online identity.

This makes it more difficult for third parties to track your activities online and steal data.

For example, employees at a branch office could use a VPN to connect to the main office’s internal network.

Alternatively, a remote worker, who may be working from home, could need to connect to their company’s internet or restricted applications.

The main purpose of a VPN is to hide your online activity.

VPNs are often used to guard against hackers and snoops on public networks,

but they’re also useful for hiding your IP address, browsing activity, and personal data on any Wi-Fi network — even at home.

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