If you setup VPN4ALL to automatically start when your computer starts then you will be automatically connected through VPN4ALL at all times.
If you are technical and you want to be 100% sure you never connect via your normal Internet connection, then the most reliable way of achieving this is by installing a separate router/firewall between your computer and the Internet. Configure the firewall to only allow outbound connections with the following protocols: * DNS (TCP/UDP port 53) * PPTP (TCP port 1723), for PPTP VPN * GRE (IP protocol 47), for PPTP VPN * HTTPS (TCP port 443), for OpenVPN. We do not recommend a particular model or brand of router/firewall; however, please note that some home routers (like Linksys, D-Link, Netgear etc.) may not offer the ability to block all connections aside from the aforementioned ones in their web interfaces.
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