What is Virtual private network and how it works
/ May 18, 2018

VPN literally stands for virtual private network. With a VPN, all your traffic is held inside a private, encrypted tunnel as it makes its way through the public internet. You don’t access the destination until after you’ve reached the end of the VPN tunnel. The root of why VPNs are popular is because they can be used to anonymize and encrypt internet traffic. Governments, ISPs, wireless network hackers and others can not only not see what’s inside a VPN but also usually not even be able to find out who is using it. Overview of VPN A virtual private network, or VPN, is an encrypted connection over the Internet from a device to a network. The encrypted connection helps ensure that sensitive data is safely transmitted. It prevents unauthorized people from eavesdropping on the traffic and allows the user to conduct work remotely.  VPN technology is widely used in corporate environments. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an entity where remote locations are connected over a shared provider environment. It establishes connectivity between a set of geographically dispersed endpoints in a network infrastructure. The endpoints of the VPN are connected using links and increasing demand on the performance of network connectivity…

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