VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. This creates a secure connection between one of your other networks on the Internet. Most people use the VPN to protect the privacy of information to access blocked sites based on the region and to protect themselves from being traced while sensitive browsing. The use of VPN is growing in popularity day by day. But the reason why many people use VPN today is that VPN was not created. VPN was created to connect to commercial private networks. VPN tries to forward your network traffic to another manufacturer. And all operating systems are supported.
How can a VPN help you?
When you connect your device to a VPN, it connects itself to another computer (server) and creates a secret passage or tunnel for your communication with the Internet. Even if your Internet Service Provider (ISP) realizes the presence of this tunnel, you will not be able to access it. As a result, the ISP will not know which site you are browsing or what data you are passing. Then if a site is blocked in your country or ISP, you can browse the site using VPN. And all this data is encrypted while using VPN.
What are the uses of VPN?
Browse Geo Restricted Content
Video and audio streaming sites can browse specific country-specific content from any country via a virtual private network. For example, you can’t listen to music from the Spotify site in Bangladesh. But if you want, you can also use Spotify service in Bangladesh by connecting VPN to the IP server of the US or any other country where Spotify service is available.
To keep your information safe
If you use a free Wi-Fi hotspot in a public place, your browsing data can be traced by other people on the same network if they are experts on the subject. In this case, the virtual private network (VPN) will save you. If you connect to a VPN, someone will eavesdrop on your WiFi connection, or even your ISP will only see a private network. All the data that is being passed inside will not be able to reach them.