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Magda Hassan
04-17-2012, 04:27 AM
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Posted by Administrator at 10:51 AM Apr 15, 2012


What is a VPN?

A virtual private network (VPN) protects your data and identity

over public networks, like the Internet and wireless hotspots.

Various protocols are used to create an encrypted tunnel that

transports data securely. While a firewall may protect the data

on your computer, a VPN will protect your data on the Internet.

The goal of a VPN is to implement the same level of security

provided by private networks at substantially lower costs.

Why use a VPN?

Most VPN's are used to add anonimity, and that results in

Public WIFI hotspots, common in airports and coffee shops, are

a hackers dream because they offer streams of visible data

waiting to be mined. Using a VPN keeps your information secure.

Also nowadays, many ISPs would like to analyze statistics from

your online activities for marketing and routing purposes.

Using a VPN blocks efforts to conduct deep packet inspections.

Similarly, search engines and social networking sites, like

Google and Facebook, are storing information about your online

habits indefinitely. Since a VPN provides the user with a

different IP address, these privacy invasions are also blocked.

VPN services provide different gateway cities where the IP

address assigned to your computer is located. This allows users

to access websites only available to users from a certain

country. This application is particularly important for

travelers who need to access websites from their home country

and for people living in regions rife with censorship, like

China and Iran.

So, using a VPN service is great to hide your anonimity online,

aswell as avoiding country blocks on websites.

Listed below you will find a compilation of the 9 best free VPN
(Virtual Private Network) services.

*SecurityKISS (http://www.securitykiss.com/index.php)
*proXPN (http://proxpn.com/)
*USA IP (http://www.usaip.eu/en/free_vpn.php)
*Open VPN (http://openvpn.net/)
*Its Hidden (http://itshidden.com/)
*Cyberghost (http://cyberghostvpn.com/)
*Hotspot Shield (http://anchorfree.com/downloads/hotspot-shield/)
*VPN Tool (http://www.vpntool.com/services.php)
*Tor VPN (https://torvpn.com/information.html)


Keith Millea
04-17-2012, 03:00 PM
I'd like to hear if anyone has used any of these services,and what their impressions are.Thanks...

Magda Hassan
04-17-2012, 03:13 PM
I've used ProXPN and it works fine. Occassional latency. Not too bad though. Very easy to set up. I use it to get Pandora which is not longer available here (unless I use the proxy). The only free one is for the US which is fine for accessing Pandora. I have a friend that uses SecurityKISS. Say it works fine with some latency but too not much at all. I'm thinking of trying that one so I can watch the BBC iPlayer.