With a significant number of VPN providers, it can be complex to differentiate between those offering quality service and those with poor billing. There are, however, several characteristics that come into play in determining which VPN deserves our attention. First of all, we have to check that the server actually offers a secure and private connection by seeing if the IP note is replaced by the one of the service. Most companies that offer a VPN channel with a paid subscription have their own network server infrastructure that allows their customers to surf anonymously. Free services, on the other hand, go through free and open networks that are generally insecure and have several flaws in confidentiality.
We must also see if the VPN we are used to do not keep the history of our connections, our access. The company must specify this in its conditions of use of their services. It should also read what are the uses made with the devices of the user through their applications.
There are so-called automatic switches in the VPN platforms to check and restart the connection if it is lost. If a function that is interesting and saves a lot of time, we avoid relaunching the connections manually when they stop for x reasons. This also prevents our private information from being accessible to a third party.
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