Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a technology that encrypts your data/internet traffic as soon as it leaves your computer at the destination of your choice and offers complete internet privacy and anonymity. All your internet traffic passes through your VPN provider’s servers and gateways, providing real network users with complete security and anonymity on the network.
If you have a VPN connection that gives you servers and gateways in multiple countries, you can also access geo-restricted websites. The reason behind this is that people in different parts of the world have access to various geographically restricted websites. However, before moving ahead with any VPN provider or service you need to have real user reviews (pronounced as 실제 사용자 리뷰 in the Korean language) as it will help you in avoiding any kind of mishappening.
Now that we understand what a VPN is, the next step is to decide where to buy one. There are around 200 registered and unregistered VPN service providers in the industry, which increases the chances of fraud. Also, apart from the legitimacy of a VPN connection, there are various factors to consider before purchasing a particular VPN connection.
The most important factors include the network infrastructure and strength of a particular VPN provider whether the infrastructure is stable and large enough to meet your internet needs. The second most important factor is the number of servers and protocols that the VPN provider offers. Third, how is the VPN provider’s customer support service? Lastly, some tests like download test, streaming test, stability test, and most importantly, speed test.