What is the difference between Private VPN and Shared VPN ?
Private VPN’s provide a single IP (Internet Protocol) address which only you can use. Hence, you don’t need to worry about being banned or blacklisted by any website, unless you violate any of their terms and conditions. It also gives you total control over the efficiency of the IP address. Consequently, Private VPN’s are more expensive than Shared VPN’s. On the other hand, Shared VPN’s provide an IP address which is also being used by another users simultaneously. They are also more affordable than Private VPN’s since you share the costs with different users. However, you run the risk of getting banned if one of the users on the Shared VPN gets banned.
Uses and Benefits of VPN’s
By having VPN’s installed in their computer networking devices, corporations can now extend their intranet resources to employees working from home or remote branch offices. VPN’s can also bypass firewalls and geographical restrictions. Students can also access information provided by their schools and organizations through VPN’s at their homes.
How do VPN’s (Virtual Private Network) work?
A VPN is an internet privacy technology or communications network that allow users to securely access private networks and share data through public networks. Moreover, VPN’s provide protection and security to information transmitted over the internet.