The difference between connecting via Secure VPN and via OpenSSH Proxy is that with Secure VPN, all your network traffic from your computer to the Internet is routed through our servers via a secure 256-bit encrypted connection. It’s like you have your own Virtual Private Network.
With OpenSSH Proxy, you can choose which network traffic is to be routed through our proxy servers, and what is to be routed through your ISP (i.e. in the clear). Network traffic that is routed through our secure proxy servers are all 256-bit encrypted.
In a nutshell the VPN solution is specifically easy and perfect to anonymize all your Internet traffic in a couple of steps. The SSH Tunnel solution is an advanced shell account which allows you to also anonymize all your traffic through various options and offers an excellent Linux environment for advanced users.
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