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Re: Computer Security and more....
« on: July 22, 2015, 01:49:21 pm »

You connect online as you do at home or if you're at a WiFi spot (they should tell you which username to use) if it's not readily obvious. If you're at Starbucks, it should say 'Starbucks' or something like that. Depends on who the proprietor is and they choose what name they are going to use per location. So, once you are online, just activate whichever VPN you are using. Once you are connected via your VPN of choice, depending on which VPN you use, it will normally give you a popup box saying you are now 'Anonymous and your IP Address has changed'. Only when you fully protected do you start your everyday use (passwords, usernames, etc....). So, in short, log in online, activate VPN and then surf. For ease of use, you can get VPN's like CyberGhost. You will need to download the software and run it like any other program. Once it's installed, all you do is open CyberGhost, select a country or IP Address you want, wait for it to connect (it will show you on it's virtual map) of where it's connecting to. Once connected, you're good to go. FYI, CG has a free option if you want to try it out. The paid options just have more servers to choose from and is unlimited access. The free option will disconnect you after 3 hours, but you can immediately reconnect when it does.
« Last Edit: July 22, 2015, 01:57:12 pm by Chiprocks1 »
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