Okay, that’s probably not the case, but if it is, you could learn how to use a VPN to ensure that you can browse the web securely.
What is a VPN?
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and it allows you to create a secure connection to another network using the internet.
You’re probably hearing more and more about VPNs, for both home use and travel, as they become a safer way to browse the internet. Let’s dig into why they’re so popular and why you should be using one.
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VPN statistics in 2020
Whether you’re using a VPN to stream content, check out new music, or simply to browse securely, there’s probably a lot you didn’t know about this exciting technology. Keep reading for a breakdown of the most important VPN statistics you need to know in our growing age of technology.
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