The definition of VPN

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In the past, VPN is created with a purpose to safely connect networks between office buildings and use the office networks from home and other places. Nowadays, there are already many internet users all over the world who use VPN. The purpose is, of course, to safely and privately get a connection to the internet and remotely access a network. But, what is VPN exactly? What are the benefits?

What is a VPN?

VPN or Virtual Private Network is a connection service that can give you access to websites safely and privately by changing the connection path through the server and hiding the data exchange that occurs. In order to make it simple, VPN connects a smartphone, tablet, and PC to other computers which are commonly called a VPN server. The VPN server is somewhere connected to the internet and you are allowed to surf the internet using the server’s internet network.

So, if the VPN server is in another different country, it will be the country you use when the internet tries to reach you through that connection. This way, you will be able to access websites that you cannot access from your country.

What are the Benefits of VPN?

There are some benefits that you can get when you use a VPN, such as doing remote access. The remote access allows you to access the internet by using office networks wherever you are as long as it is connected to the internet. So that even if you use an outside network, when you are using a VPN, your network can still be recognized by the internet using office networks. Besides, there are still several VPN benefits that you can get.

  • ByPass

You are able to pass through geographic restrictions on streaming websites or videos. For example, accessing websites which are considered dangerous by your government.

  • Data Security in the Public Network

Another benefit of VPN is protecting the data exchange that you do from WiFi or networks that cannot be trusted. This will be very helpful when you use public networks in a cafe, bar, coffee shop, restaurants, and other public places.

  • Anonymously Securing Personal Information

VPN is able to hide your location in real time. So that not anyone can figure out your location when you are accessing the internet. Usually, the location that is detected is the one where your VPN server is.

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