What is a VPN?
VPN stands for virtual private network. It allows you to connect securely to a private network via internet and work as if you were a part of that network. It is based on the client/server architecture and it works on almost all platforms including FreeBSD, Linux, Windows and MAC OS X. It allows you to work from home as if you were in the office. Virtual private networks help distant colleagues work together, much like desktop sharing.
Installing Open VPN at the server
There are a couple of great links that i should point out before i go on.
These two sites are great help in installing your openvpn software. And cover everything.
Open Vpn is a program which encrypts the data from your CLIENT computer to the OPENVPN SERVER. And from then on all traffic is un-encrypted. (Unless your using ssl over http, etc etc)
So when you are installing openvpn, this will be the network that you decide to go "through".
So for the average user, this might not be the solution.
Download > Here
This is a VPN client which is for the every day user. All you have to do is download the client. Install it by following the prompts, create a user account and now you are highly secure in your internet activites!
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