Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) weren’t initially designed to be privacy tools. Rather, they were primarily designed to securely connect two physically separate networks.
However, in some cases and assuming a number of criteria is met, VPNs can be used as tools to benefit user privacy. Here, you...
If you’re reading this post, then likely you’ve decided using a virtual private network (VPN) is “for you.”
However, for any reason you have not arrived at this conclusion, reference the links in "Decide if a VPN is right for you."
Unfortunately, VPN comparison sites, VPN review sites, and VPN provider marketing all seem to have a tendency to gloss over the limitations of VPNs as a whole.
VPNs are limited in the privacy protections they do provide. These limitations include the trustworthiness of the VPN provider, VPN compa...
Virtual Private Networks (VPN) have come into the spotlight in recent years. You've probably been exposed to some level of VPN marketing telling you that you "need" one to be private and secure online.
However, have you considered who really "needs" a VPN? Or whether a VPN is right for you?