Sådan krypteres internettrafik & forbindelse 2019

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Last Updated 12 July 2019

There is no 100% solution for this, even software can save your back but the human error still there to leave fingerprints and get caught.

But yeah there is way out where you can minimize the risk to 10%. you can also reduce this 10% to 0 by changing your daily habits as well.

In this article, you will learn how to encrypt your internet traffic quickly and other prevention to get you safe.

Why Do You need To Encrypt Internet?

After reading these facts you will get shocked for sure. I would highly recommend using encryption tool whether you are in the office, public hotspot, 3G, 4G network or any wireless device or service you are using.

Here are a few alerts for you! IF YOU DON”T

  • Now ISP got the authority to sell your information to the advertiser. Yeah! everything you typed on the internet will be stored and will be sold.
  • On public WiFi you have a 70% chance to get hacked by the owner or another user of the same hotspot.
  • Surveillance agency like CIA, FBI, Government authorities can get you data.

Now, what they know about you?

  • Your ID & Passwords
  • Your browsing logs
  • Your emails logs
  • Your destination, where you visited
  • Your text messages
  • Your Phone records
  • Your Cam access without knowing you

How to encrypt internet Traffic Easily

VPN is the best and quick solution for this purpose, it will encrypt the whole internet just like that. I have tried NordVPN with the 30-day refund policy, check it out.

Virtual Private Network abbreviated as VPN, is a private network and act as a man-in-middle between computing devices and the internet. These remote computing devices act as if they are part of that private network. VPNs can provide security and traffic management to monitor internet encryption.

“A VPN connection is established by a virtual end-to-end connection (sometimes called encrypted tunnel) through the use of virtual tunnel protocols, traffic encryption, and dedicated connections to the remote server.”

Some companies set up VPNs to allow employees to access securely their corporate intranet structure, or to connect to geographically separated office. Internet users can use VPNs to secure their wireless financial transactions, to protect personal identity and location, and/or to bypass geo-restrictions and censorship.

Safe Yourself From Fake & Free VPNs

Free VPN service providers are commonly available on the internet. They do provide internet encryption. But their set back is that they only provide limited bandwidth and speed monthly which quickly burns out if you like downloading, use YouTube more often or stream your favorite channels. Also, they provide fewer servers to connected to which makes them populated, as majority people connect to those servers.

“Some free VPN service providers breach their users’ privacy rights by logging their data usage and reveal it to agencies or make money by selling the user’s unused bandwidth to others.”

Paid VPN service providers, on the other hand, are bound by their policies. For the cost of few pounds, they provide access to hundreds of remote servers located worldwide encrypt internet traffic and hide your personal IP address which makes it harder for others to track you.

How to setup VPN on Windows

Most VPN service providers have their own clients with easy-to-use functionality. Follow these steps to successfully set up your VPN:

  1. After your purchase, log in to your VPN service provider’s website portal with your credentials and download their client.
  2. Download and install the client.
  3. When asked for an activation code, copy and paste the activation code provided to you.
  4. Login to the client with your credentials.
  5. Select your desired server location from the list. Choose the server nearest to you, to get better connectivity.
  6. Click Connect.

Upon successful connectivity, make sure to check up your IP location through whatismyip website.

How to setup VPN on Mac

After your purchase, check your email for a welcome email from your VPN service provider. Follow the link to login to their website with your username and password.

  1. Download the client and open it.
  2. A window will appear with message “The package will run a program to determine if the software can be installed.” click continues two times.
  3. It will ask for the destination. Click continue.
  4. It will ask for confirmation. Click install.
  5. A pop-up will appear asking your Mac username and password. Insert and click install software.
  6. If your VPN provider asks you to help in sharing program, select depending on your choice.
  7. Click close.
  8. Open the program and select your desired server.
  9. Click on Connect.

Check your IP location on whatismyip website.

How to Setup VPN on Android

  1. Open Google Play Store.
  2. Search for your VPN service provider (or access the app directly through VPN provider’s website).
  3. Download and install the app (when asked for permission click OK).
  4. Open the app and insert your login credentials.
  5. Select your desired server location from the list.
  6. Click on connect.

Upon successful connectivity, an icon will appear in the notification tray which means you are connected.

How to Setup VPN on iOS

  1. Open iTunes App Store.
  2. Search for your VPN service provider app (or directly access it through your VPN service provider’s website)
  3. Click on “Get,” it will ask for your Apple account to download.
  4. Enter your Apple login credentials to download the app.
  5. After installation is completed, open the app.
  6. It will ask you to install the VPN profile, click OK.
  7. A browser page will open and ask you confirm to install the profile, click OK. Once installed, a VPN option will appear on General Settings.
  8. Open the app again, log in with your credentials.
  9. Select your desired server, and click on connect.

Upon successful connectivity, a VPN box will appear which means you have a successful VPN connection.

Note: This article is a continuing part of the series “how to encrypt internet traffic.”