What Is A VPN And Why Do You Need One?

Virtual private networks—or VPNs—are getting a lot of attention these days, especially in those circles that are concerned about online security. You also might interact with them on a regular basis if your work has a special, employee-only website and you work away from the office a lot. But what is a VPN, and how does it work? For business purposes, it basically reroutes your internet, fooling the private network at the office into thinking that your computer is there. When it comes to privacy, that same process masks your online presence from prying eyes by bouncing the signal all over the world. That means that whether the government, your internet service provider, or a malicious hacker is peering over your shoulder, no one will see what you're up to unless you want them to.

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Written by Curiosity Staff May 19, 2017

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