How to roll your own VPN on Windows
For maximum privacy, only running a VPN on a server you control will do.
Ian Paul By Ian Paul
Contributor, PCWorld | Feb 15, 2018 3:30 AM PT
A virtual private network (VPN) service is a good way to secure your web traffic and keep it private from snoops like a nosy internet service provider or passive government surveillance. One problem with VPN services, however, is that you have to implicitly trust that your VPN provider isn’t doing something shady such as monitoring the sites you visit.
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