A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a network technology that creates a secure network connection over a public network such as the internet or a private network owned by a service provider. It is the secure tunnel between two or more devices i.e. between your computer and the internet. Thus, allowing you to surf the web anonymously from wherever you want.
Many companies employ a corporate VPN to allow their employees to access the company resources and data remotely. Consumer VPN is that in which the individuals send their network traffic to a VPN service via a VPN tunnel.
VyprVPN is an expansive platform support, has a moderate price with a class leading speeds including the usual suspects of Windows, IOS, Linux, Mac and Android as well. It’s price range from monthly $ 9.95 monthly to $ 60 annually. Thus, providing an unlimited data across a maximum of three clients. Its company is based in Switzerland carrying the privacy laws and IP address as a personal information to be protected. But it has no free tier. Company is offering a free trial of 1 GB of data over three days to test out the service.
Whereas the Windscribe VPN has the most expensive service on annual basis. Windscribe VPN supports Window, iOS and Mac leaving the Android Support on the free tier. It has an unlimited client support on paid tier, router support for Tomato firmware, DD-WRT and above all most generous free data tier. It’s worth is for the larger household where you connect more than five devices.
Tunnel Bear VPN
Tunnel Bear VPN includes a free tier of 500 MB monthly, unlimited browsing for $9.99 monthly and $ 49.99 annual cost. Tunnel bear VPN supports all the major platforms Mac, iOS, Android with Chrome and Opera Extensions.
VPN Unlimited has the lowest ping time and it is least expensive monthly cost set at a bargain basement price. Its services offer an excellent array of servers to connect to.
Here is the method of creating and outgoing VPN connection in Windows XP:
- Open the Network Connections Window and Click Create a new connection.
- Select Connect to the Network at my workplace and Click Next.
- Select the Virtual Private Network Connection and Click Next.
- Enter a name for the connection and Click Next.
- Select Do not dial the initial connection and click Next.
- Type the Internet IP address or host name and Click Next.
- Click Finish.