Many people ask if they need a VPN, and others are even more concerned about knowing what a VPN is in the first place. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) work by cascading the network trail of an internet user to a remote server, thus making it seem as if data sent by the user emanated from the remote server, which is in another location altogether. So, it would help to ask yourself from the onset if covering your trail online is necessary.
Well, here are some reasons to consider, and if you find yourself falling into one of the following categories, downloading PureVPN, or some other reliable VPN service would be fitting.
Hence, you need a VPN if you:
Prefer to be an anonymous user of internet services
Sometime in July 2020, the UK government announced that it would require porn users to supply some personal information, to ensure enforcement of age restrictions on pornographic contents. There are several other online services like pornography, though legitimate, which many individuals would prefer to assess anonymously. And need I say, many European governments have similar restrictions in place. In this kind of scenario, a VPN service will help grant access to such services without divulging personal data.
Often use public Wi-Fi
For the rookie hacker looking to try out newly acquired skills, assessing people’s data on a public network would be a good playground. It is usually challenging to tell the legitimate and secure connections in public places like restaurants, airports, clubs, … Read More