A VPN is a security service that reconfigures the...Read
How a VPN works
Virtual Private Network (VPN) creates an encrypted connection between your device (for example, a computer or smartphone) and a VPN server located somewhere on the Internet. When you connect to the Internet via a VPN, all your traffic (the information you send and receive on the Internet) passes through an encrypted connection to the VPN server, making it impossible for third parties to read or modify it.
Moreover, a VPN allows you to trick your ISP or any others trying to track your online activity, since your IP address (the unique identifier of your device on the Internet) will be replaced with the IP address of the VPN server.
Thus, a VPN provides more secure and private access to the Internet, allowing you to bypass regional blocking restrictions and other censorship measures, as well as ensuring the protection of your personal data and privacy on the Internet.