A VPN is a private network created over a public one. It’s done with encryption so that your data is encapsulated and secure in transit – this creates the ‘virtual’ tunnel. A VPN is a method of connecting to a private network by a public network like the Internet. VPN4ALL creates an encrypted tunnel between two servers and passes traffic, safely – securely. It is technology using hardware, software, or both to secure and privatize data across a network, usually the Internet, by building what techies call an “encrypted tunnel.”
Data passes through this tunnel, and is protected from anyone who tries to intercept it. Even if the data is intercepted, it is hopelessly scrambled and useless to anyone without the key to decrypt it. Large businesses commonly use VPNs between offices to secure company data, and often provide individual “remote access” VPN solutions to home-based or traveling employees to protect data between them and the company’s network.
VPN4ALL provides you with the same level of security as large companies and governments do for their employees. With VPN4ALL, connect with confidence.
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