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The best VPN in 2020 that actually works

In this digital era, digital revolution has launched a new era of human empowerment and engagement across business, society and in every aspect of our lives. Humans can’t live without internet and VPN. Today the Tropika Club team is going to share with you more details about VPN security network, and how VPN influence our daily internet surfing?

What is VPN

As we know, due to COVID 19, everyone isf forced to stay at home and work from home. You just need to own a laptop and Wi-Fi, you can easily complete daily tasks which are assigned your company. So What is VPN in your mind? Just imagine a scenario if a computer is without cloud solution or VPN. In this case, we are unable to work from home. As a result, we are not going to be able to access company applications, shared folders and etc.

VPN is a secure network which creates a safe and encrypted connection over a less secure network, such as the internet. VPN was developed as a way to enable remote users and branch office to log into corporate applications and other resources securely. It is used to connect individual users to private networks. With a remote access VPN, each user needs a VPN client capable of connecting the private networks VPN server. A VPN that bypasses the Great Firewall on Windows might not work on other operating systems, including mobile devices, but they usually do so long as it’s listed as one of the VPN’s supported platforms. 

VPNs also cloak your computer’s actual IP address, hiding it behind the IP address of the VPN server which you are connected to. IP addresses are generally distributed based on location, so you can estimate someone’s location simply by looking at their IP address. And while IP addresses may change, it is very possible to track someone across the internet by watching where the same IP address appears. Using a VPN makes it harder for advertisers (or for that matter spies, or hackers) to track you online.

VPN and IP Addresses

All VPN companies say they do not log whatever you’re doing online , but inevitably they still collect a little data. Some services record the day your account logged on, the amount of data you used, and delete anything else when the session closes. Others add items like your incoming IP address and the server which you used, and keep the data for months, or even years. If you’re concerned, always make it a point to check the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service to find out more. 

The best VPN in 2020 that actually works

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