08/08: 阿根廷VPN

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作者: Kusko Kusko
最後回應:Ganna Rumika
VPN, let's discuss why you need it. Because now she is needed more than ever.

Net neutrality is the principle that ISPs must treat all data equally, without discrimination or personal preference. In December 2017, the FCC abolished net neutrality. And most tech companies come from there. This means that you can now face any condition or bias depending on your online activities.

Back in April 2017, the FCC took its first steps in this direction, removing the rule that Internet service providers had to obtain customer consent before transferring or selling their personal data. Now, US providers can sell social security numbers, geolocation information, health information, internet search history, and whatever user information they collect to whoever pays the most. A VPN helps keep your data private, even from your ISP, so that no one can trace your activity or see your data.

Another good reason to use a VPN is the growing number of modern cafes that have as many laptops as cups of coffee. Any public Wi-Fi hotspot is a hacker's paradise. If you enjoy browsing the web while enjoying your drink, use a VPN that blocks any intruder on the same Wi-Fi hotspot from spying on you. When you shop and drive your card data over a free Wi-Fi network, you are at great risk.

08/06: 买vpn

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作者: Kusko Kusko
最後回應:Ganna Rumika
Let's see where, how and what VPN is used for.
So, you can't do without a VPN:
1. In corporate networks. Here it is necessary for the exchange of confidential data between employees or network resources of the company and customers.
2. On public Wi-Fi networks, such as a cafe. Such networks are open to everyone and the traffic passing through them is very easy to intercept. The owners of open access points do not provide VPN services. The user himself must take care of the protection of information.
3. To hide the visited web resources, for example, from the boss or system administrator at work.
4. To exchange classified information with other people, if there is no trust in a regular Internet connection.
5. To access blocked sites.
6. To maintain anonymity on the Internet.
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作者: Kusko Kusko
最後回應:loya_venger@mail.ru Wilka
Imagine a scene from an action-packed movie in which a villain escapes from a crime scene on a highway in a sports car. A police helicopter pursues him. The car enters a tunnel with several exits. The helicopter pilot does not know from which exit the car will appear, and the villain escapes from the pursuit.

VPN is a tunnel that connects many roads. No one outside knows where the cars entering it will end up. No one outside knows what is happening in the tunnel.

You've probably heard about VPN more than once. VPNs are most often recommended because the network can be used to access geo-blocked content and generally improve security when using the Internet. The truth is that going online through a VPN can be just as dangerous as going directly.