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LEARN MORE ABOUT VPNs
I’ll try to be frank here – understanding VPNs requires some basic knowledge about computers, so if you don’t know what the Delete key on your keyboard does, do yourself a favor and learn the basics before dwelling in the fields of advanced terminology. I mean, what’s the point of reading about PPTP, L2TP and IPsec VPN protocols if you don’t even know what a processor is?
There are very few things better than getting something for free – whether it’s a haircut from the local barber, a bottle of fine wine from a dear friend or a new computer from your employer, it doesn’t matter. One of my friends has a degree in economics and she said that the first rule they taught her is that there’s nothing that people love more than getting stuff for free.
Since it’s the 21st century, technology is advancing at an alarming rate and all that jazz, it takes some time and effort to stay up-to-date with all the technological doodads that are developed on a daily basis. Mobile Virtual Private Networks (mVPNs) are this neat little invention that gives mobile devices access to the resources and software applications on their home network when they connect via other wireless or wired networks.
One of the reasons common people (as in, people who aren’t tech experts) use VPNs on a daily basis is to gain access to streaming websites that are usually not available in their country. These include popular websites for watching shows and movies like Netflix and Hulu. However, the latest news is that Netflix has announced plans to crack down on customers using VPNs, proxies, and unblockers in order to gain access to their websites. To cut a long story short – watching streaming sites through a VPN will get slightly more challenging, but it will always be possible.
Just because the vast majority of wireless routers have their own firewall to protect you from the clutches of the Internet doesn’t mean you’re efficiently protected from others connected to the same network. In fact, it is incredibly easy to access somebody’s data by stealing their username and password with the help of various types of software (a quick Google search for such software yields over 250k results in less than a second, so you get the picture). Don’t take that chance, make sure to always be as safe as possible.