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How to Turn Off Your VPN On Windows and Android

You probably already know all the benefits you can enjoy from using a VPN. VPNs use encrypted tunnels to reroute your online traffic through their own servers, so your private online activities won’t be visible to anyone including ISPs, governments, employers, and so on.

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What Is a VPN and Why You Need It

VPNs help users hide their personal data, browsing history, and online activities private from third parties, like ISPs, marketing agencies, websites, and governments. Plus, VPNs are also useful to access geo-restricted content as well.

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What Is Onion Over VPN?

Tor, which stands for The Onion Router, is a browser that enables users to keep their online activity private. While Tor has been big in the tech community for quite a while, more recently it’s also gained widespread popularity.

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How To Connect and Set Up a VPN on Android

VPN on Android is using a VPN on your Android smartphone to get better privacy, security, and access to geo-restricted content. For instance, having a VPN on your Android phone will allow you to stream geo-blocked services like Hulu on the go.

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What Does a VPN Hide?

But what exactly does a VPN hide? There’s a bit of confusion over this question, so we’ll go over each type of data that a VPN helps you keep private. Keep in mind that this is only true of quality, paid VPN providers.

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A Beginner’s Guide to VPN Features and Geek Speak

So you finally decide to get a VPN, and begin to scour the internet for the best option for your needs. However, you keep coming across terminology that’s somewhat beyond you. What’s the meaning of all those features and technology that different VPNs are equipped with?

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VPNs and Your ISP

It’s no news that VPNs and ISPs have a (now) long-standing love-hate – no wait, it’s mostly hate – relationship. However, some ISPs have been known to make money on the side, too. Namely, some ISPs collect your data and sell it to third parties, such as marketing companies.

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