How Can VPN Protect Your Privacy

By: SMITH THOMPSON

Many VPN providers apply a strict policy of prohibiting protocols when it comes to viewing online activity: RitaVPN is a good example. It has a privacy policy that accurately describes what the service does, what information it collects, and how it protects this information. RitaVPN does not store IP addresses or time stamps on VPN servers and proxies, even for a second.

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Everyone can surf on its site, install RitaVPN applications and mobile applications without registering with RitaVPN services. However, the functionality of the RitaVPN service is severely limited or missing. To fully use RitaVPN services, you must create a user account and provide basic personal information.

Personal data collected as part of the service data is required to ensure the functionality of the product while using VPN. The information you provide to it may be archived or periodically stored in accordance with the backup processes carried out as part of normal operations in order to recover from a disaster.

If RitaVPN significantly changes the way it uses or shares personal information previously collected through its VPN services, it will notify you via the application, email or other communications. If you decide to stop using the VPN services, public activity on your account may be stored on its servers and made public before deletion. To protect your privacy and security, RitaVPN can also take reasonable steps to verify your identity before it updates or deletes your information.

For ordinary Internet users, the anonymity of the network is neither realistic nor desirable. But for users who want privacy, RitaVPN will meet all your needs.

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To understand the value of VPN, consider several specific scenarios in which the VPN can be used. Think about passwords, bank details, credit card numbers and simple private information provided every time you visit online. VPN can protect your privacy online, for moral or security reasons you can take an extra step to avoid paying by credit card. When your data reaches the VPN server, they go to the public Internet. Most importantly, the computer seems to have the IP address of the VPN server, masking the identity and location. Because VPN servers use a shared IP configuration, there can be hundreds of users sharing the same IP address at any given time.

For years, Google Chrome has been using the QUIC protocol, which bypasses firewalls and other security gates, giving them full access to browsing history. VPN is therefore useless to prevent this kind of privacy attacks.

It will also use your email address to notify you of new products and service updates.

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