A Virtual Private Network (VPN) enables you to access the internet privately through a tunnel that hides the original IP address, and all the traffic is routed to the VPN server. Even your Internet Service Provider and the devices connected to the router won’t receive the network traffic directly. Generally, the IP address can indicate a user’s geographical location, but the VPN hides it. There are several third-party VPN service providers like ExpressVPN, Tunnelbear, and StrongVPN. Nowadays, most of the routers have the VPN feature built-in. So get a router with a built-in VPN feature or a router that can support third-party VPN firmware. You can then flash the router to replace the standard firmware with the third-party firmware. You can also set up your VPN server at home. The Windows 10 operating system provides a VPN Client, which you can use to set up a VPN. Read more to know how to setup a VPN server.
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