The VPN emerged as a very effective system to protect communication between two ends and prevent possible “nosy” they could have access to these data transfers. The idea was much used in business and professional environments, but its benefits have become much more common use after adapting the VPN for a much more attractive task: to enjoy Netflix, Hulu or Pandora in our country, when theoretically we could only do it from the United States.
In that case the trick is to play with the IPs, the addresses that serve to try to prove that our team is working in the United States or in any other country. Usually these VPN services have a certain cost, but there are free alternatives – in long ago we were talking about seven of them – that attract many users by that circumstance. The problem, of course, is that nothing is actually free. Continue Reading