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Do you know what a VPN is Do You Use A VPN? If So, Which Do You Use, & Why? [MakeUseOf Poll] Do You Use A VPN? If So, Which Do You Use, & Why? [MakeUseOf Poll] The use of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to add privacy, anonymity, and/or freedom from regional blocking, is becoming more common with each passing month. Read More ? Do you know what it does? We’ve covered the best VPNs The Best VPN Services The Best VPN Services We've compiled a list of what we consider to be the best Virtual Private Network (VPN) service providers, grouped by premium, free, and torrent-friendly. Read More here at MakeUseOf, and you definitely need to take a look at that.

So you know which VPN services are out there, but wouldn’t you like to know how to set one up? Well don’t worry, because this handy infographic will provide you with a quick guide for setting one up, and it even explains exactly why you’d want to.

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  1. random
    June 20, 2016 at 11:12 am

    Oh I forgot to mention kudos on this post for wiseing people up.

    in America all digital devices run under rule 41 which make all digital communications tappable by the government. they are trying to pass and amendment through to allow them to hack anyone involved in a digital crime within the states or not, and this includes if you have malware on your systems. when they root u they leave the damage there further compromising your systems

  2. random
    June 20, 2016 at 11:06 am

    I I'm not sure if I missed it, but not all vpn's are trustworthy. yes you can use them to sort of hide what you're doing, but depending on how they log data and the places they are in and what your doing I'd suggest researching them, and not only using a vpn, but proxies.

    I might be a newb hacker, but I love watching traffic. tor is very distinguished. it's even been compromised. onion routing is great, but beware. I can host a malicious server any day. not to mention sniff your keys. a real hacker will cut through your stuff like butter. especially if you have no clue what your doing or are following some advice blindly. even our tools and readily available nix distros are watching you.

    if you think apple products are secure well of course a tank is going to be secure so don't be an idiot and use shit you don't fully know. your only as hackable as you are dumb and trustworthy

    we catch even the largest prey taking a shit in the wrong place.

    not knowing what your up against and using is the biggest downfall. I can s.e all ur stuff bypassing all that nifty top dollar shit

  3. Zhong
    January 24, 2015 at 4:37 am

    I personally have used VPN Shield and it's one of the few VPNs that bypasses China's Firewall. You can also setup a dual machine installed with OpenVPN and configure your device to connect. However my experiment on testing with a virtual machine is a flop. You can apparently utilize a router to form a VPN server.

  4. x.o.ware
    January 23, 2015 at 10:24 pm

    This left out the easiest VPN to set up - VPEx from x.o.ware. Not only is it easier to use, there are no monthly or annual fees, and you only pay once for the hardware. And you control the keys. You can read more about it at xoware dot com, or search on kickstarter for VPEx. We will be shipping in March.

  5. scott
    January 23, 2015 at 5:34 pm

    nice i did a video off how to setup openvpn on linux using cyberghost that help here the video if i'm allowed to show it search in google or youtube >how to setup openvpn on Linux Distros using cyberghost after installing Linux Distros & updated it< that my vide i made to help linux users and username should be scott hunt

  6. Priswell
    January 23, 2015 at 4:59 pm

    What about Linux?

  7. Rob
    January 23, 2015 at 12:44 pm

    I've been using VyprVPN for a while., but recently it's struggling to connect to slower connections- is a minimum connection speed actually needed for a VPN to connect?

  8. jonny
    January 23, 2015 at 6:18 am

    hola.org its free, runs in browser, android app with faster connectivity and unlimited use. awesome ;)