Virtual Private Network (VPN)

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a technology that allows users to establish a secure and encrypted connection between their device and the internet. By using a VPN, users can browse the web, access online services, and transmit data as if they were connected to a private network, even when they are using a public network, such as the internet.

The encrypted connection provided by a VPN adds an extra layer of security to online activities, making it more difficult for hackers, snoopers, and other third parties to intercept and access sensitive information. VPNs are commonly used by individuals and businesses to protect their privacy and security online, as well as to bypass geographic restrictions and censorship.