The best free VPN to navigate privately in 2017

Privacy is an aspect that has increased in value when navigating the internet, but it has become harder and harder to get. The users’ data is too valuable for companies and is used in a multitude of network activities. For this reason, Virtual Private Networks or VPN Are gaining ground as they allow us to navigate the web anonymously, if you want to give them a chance in 2017, here we give you a compilation of the best free VPN.

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Is it safe to use free VPN service

VPN connections give us an additional layer of security using encryption to all traffic coming out of our device until it reaches the server. Thus any downstream user can gain access to our data by MITM attacks and no company can register our activity on the network. Many users choose to use free servers, however, they can be much more expensive than we think.

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Servers cost money

Servers are not free. A server costs money on hardware, electricity and maintenance. If a company offers a free VPN access it must be getting investment on the other hand and we run the risk that this money comes from the sale of private customer information.

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What is a VPN? How VPNs work?

Often we hear about VPNs and the benefits they may contain for web browsing and today we’ll go deeper into the subject to explain all the details of the virtual private network which helps to establish a connection to other computers in a safe way.

What is a VPN and what does it do?

The first thing we need to understand is the real concept of virtual private network, which is basically a secure network of private browsing that allows computers and devices to connect through an extension of the Internet, without being actually linked to the network, allowing secure transmission of data.

To get a clearer picture, let’s imagine two remote offices that require transmitting data or information and for this it is necessary to connect the computers to a VPN network through an extension of the Internet, that is, through the internet but without involving third parties since it is not a public network.

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This connection can be given by remote access, wired connection, through something called Tunneling (Tunnel by SSH) or by internal network (LAN). Because of that, below we explain a little of what each connection means:

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The way to make Windows 10 Automatically Connect to a VPN when starts

Since Windows 8 it is necessary to set events tasks so the system reconnects VPN connections automatically. It is hassle that besides doesn’t work as good as it should. Today I will show you a free app that will do this function on automatic connections,as much as in starting as in possible crashes, completely anonymously.

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This apps is AutoVPNConnect and allows to monitor one of our VPN, so when it has a problem, or when we start the computer, it connects autoamtically. It has a very simple functioning. It’s enough to choose the VPN connection we want to monitor, give it our username and password and the starting options we want.

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The VPN is safe, but not infallible

Lately VPN has been in the spotlight. On one side, as a measure to protect itself upon attempts of espionage: are encrypted tunnels (in most cases) that keep someone from knowing what we are looking on Internet if, for example, we connect to public WiFi networks or we do not trust our ISP.

Unfortunately, and as usually happens in computing, they are not infallible. We have a sample in the failure we’ve seen this week that affected Firefox and Chrome, and that revealed the real IP of the user through RTC. And it’s not the only one.

How does a VPN work?

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A VPN it’s a little like a Portal: instead of going out through the door of your room, you open a portal and walk out the door of another site.

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What is the difference between a VPN network and a Proxy?

It is known that a proxy is connected to a remote computer and a VPN network is also connected to a remote computer, so one would imagine they’d be the same, but it is not so, because proxies are a poor substitute of VPNs.

Every two weeks there is an important story about encryption, data filtering, IGMP, or other digital privacy issues. Many of these articles speak of the importance of security your Internet connection can have, such as using a VPN (virtual private network) when you are in a public place on a Wi-Fi network.

Even though they are completely different, virtual private networks and proxy servers have only one thing in common: both allow you to appear as if you’re connecting to the network from another location. They also offer privacy, encryption, and other functions, however, it varies greatly from one to another.

Proxies hide your IP address

A proxy server is a server that acts as an intermediary in the flow of Internet traffic, so your activities on the Internet seem to come from elsewhere. Traffic from the web browser could come from the remote computer and not your own.

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