In this era of technological innovations in rapid motion and development, there is still an area that is still lagging in this race of online security and anonymity. Although we have the opportunity to go online while on the go, we have no guarantee of how sure we are. An old proverb is suitable here, prevention is better than cure. You should take preventive measures before it is too late.
In this article, our objective would be VPN and online security and anonymity. While we came across many interesting sites that have been offering remote VPN accounts (also known as 원격 VPN 계정 in the Korean language), they are for your safety and your anonymity online with a price equal to that of an anti-virus license. Let me explain how it works and what is required on your part to get a VPN.
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Moreover, there could be three main flavors, namely Shared IP, Dedicated IP, and dynamic IP. An IP sharing or static shared IP means every time you connect then you get a similar IP address. Shared dynamic IP means every time you connect you get a different IP from a pool of public IP addresses. Whereas a dedicated IP would mean you will get a similar IP address each time you connect, but it is not shared with anyone else. You should first check IP status before getting a dedicated IP address.
To connect to a VPN server, VPN providers provide dialers that actually using a utility called, CMAK, found in Windows Server. In this general two protocols are provided PPTP and L2TP, as your network can support one of the two. Once you are logged in, all of your related Internet traffic goes to the VPN provider server and from there it is routed to the Internet. Incoming traffic follows a similar procedure, thus your identity is complete remains hidden.