Lead Forensics

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

A Virtual Private Network is a secure way for users on public networks to connect to a private network, typically by encrypting all network traffic. VPNs use encryption and other security protocols to ensure that data transmitted over the network is protected from unauthorized access. VPNs can also help web users conceal their IP address, thereby preventing their location from being accurately detected or logged by the service provider.

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