Articles tagged: VPN
On a recent overseas trip, I exercised Proton VPN extensively and was very pleased with the results.
Using a computer at work puts you at their mercy. It’s technically possible your workplace could spy on all your activities.
If you want to hide your IP address, it’s important to understand the terminology to get the results you want.
Working from home can be convenient, or even a necessity. Does it open up your other online activity to scrutiny by your company?
Security threats for people working from home are increasing. I’ll review steps you need to take to keep yourself, your company, and your job safe.
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a fully encrypted, private internet connection via a VPN provider. I’ll look at what protection it offers.
Open WiFi hotspot downloads are available for the internet cafe owner to see. Whether or not they take the time to do it is another story!
Connectivity is becoming an added “perk” in some housing situations. Make sure you know the risks and alternatives when someone else provides your internet connection.
Your ISP controls your internet connection, and it’s easy for them to monitor the data you send and receive. The question is, why would anyone monitor your internet?
If you are secured behind your own router in your own home, a VPN service is probably not necessary … though there are a few scenarios where you may want to consider it.
Once you are out of https pages you are out of encryption. But there is one good way to secure all your online activities.
There are lots of modules and widgets available online that help websites appear to identify who you are. Your VPN isn’t involved at all.
A VPN service can offer a certain amount of security, but it ‘s dangerous to think it’s doing things for which it is not designed.
Can you get around web blocking software? Here are a few steps to figure it out.
Using a bunch of mathematical magic, a key pair is generated. But that’s just where the fun starts.