My nieces got a hold of my phone during Sunday dinner. They thought it was so funny to take pictures:
Not very private!
VPN’s are usually marketed towards giving you more privacy, but there’s more use to a VPN than privacy.
I recently wanted to watch an event being broadcast on the internet but it was blacklisted from the US. So I had to get a VPN in order to watch it.
I subscribed to NordVPN for 1 month. I installed the VPN on my phone. I connected to their VPN location in Switzerland. Once I was connected to Switzerland I connected to the event. The filter thought I was in Switzerland.
I was able to watch it and that was that. Super simple.
If you run into a problem where a VA can’t access a service you want them to use, you can get a VPN for them. There are lots of different VPNs you can use:
- Mozilla VPN
- Nord VPN
- Mullvad VPN
- TunnelBear VPN
- Proton VPN
- Private Internet Access
- Hotspot Shield
- Surfshark VPN
- Strong VPN
- HMA VPN
Having your OFS connect to a USA IP address will almost always solve the issue of them not being able to access the service you want them to use.
Are you currently using a VPN? Have you done it in the past?
What have you used?
Hi I have a question would I need to buy 2 different VPNs one for my computer and one for my OFS? or can I use 1 for both of our computers?
It depends on the type of VPN package you plan to purchase.
It depends on what VPN plan you got. Some VPN plans allow you to use 1 account for multiple devices.