Due to increasing necessity of the internet connection, current we are experience several public Wi-Fi as well as common paid public networks. Even after being a paid service several networks do not permit access to specific webpages which is called blocking of website as well as the censorship. You may find it irritating as no […]
Why you should start using vpn right now?
Are you one of those who are crazy about his/her favorite show on TV?
How does it feel when you are disallowed to watch it? More annoyingly, how does it feel when you are disallowed just because your local crummy networks blocked it for no reason?
It feels frustrating. But frustrating, for only those, who are less-aware of the term VPN – virtual private network.
So, if you have been a victim of your local internet providers or you belong to an area where certain websites are being “racist” – opting for a vpn could be your best available option. It allows greater flexibility and more durability – liberating you from the hustle of “Restricted -access” errors. But there are other reasons why you should start using vpn. Let’s have a brief look at each of them:
Caterpillar camouflages. Owls too. And so do an internet user.
In modern internet era that is as vulnerable to hackers and digital thieves as never before, an internet user most effective camouflage is a virtual private network –VPN. It perfectly hides your IP address and encrypts all the data transactions making it almost impossible for someone to breach. Whether you are a student accessing your university resources or an employee using a public wifi at Airport, turning on your VPN network will secure your connection from all the thirsty hackers out there.
Let’s accept this: We all at some point have used torrents to download stuff that matters us. And most of us already know that, lawfully speaking, it’s illegal to do so. So why not be on the safe side? Firing up your VPN before you hit BITORRENT makes you unidentifiable, thus saving you from an unlikely incident such as – a court hearing for copyright infringement! Precaution is better than cure, isn’t it?