Posted October 06, 2018 02:38:38The term “VPN” refers to a piece of software that provides anonymity and security by hiding one’s location from surveillance and other network traffic.
While some VPNs block the browser or proxy servers that connect to your computer’s browser, others, like Tor, allow you to browse the web anonymously, encrypt your communication and keep your internet connection private.
But the term is not always synonymous with the protection it’s touted to provide.
VPNs can be used to evade the law, circumvent online surveillance, or protect against a malicious adversary who can access your internet browsing and access sensitive information.
And if you don’t know which VPN you’re using, it can be hard to determine which one is right for you.
This is where we come in.
In the past month, Ars Technic’s Tor Team has developed a handy tool that lets you sort through a huge amount of data in the public domain to discover the best VPNs to protect your privacy and anonymity.
You can also find out the best mobile VPNs for mobile browsing.
But in an era when many people don’t have an internet connection at all, many people simply don’t want to be using a VPN at all.
That’s why Ars Technia is publishing this guide, a roundup of the best and most popular VPNs available today, to help you find the best option for you when it comes to protecting your privacy.
If you’re on a tight budget and don’t really need all the features in our roundup, but you’re looking for a VPN that’s not too expensive or too slow, consider our Best VPNs of 2018 article.
You can also browse the entire archive of Ars Technics guides, including guides for other topics.
We also have a number of guides on how to get the most out of the free and open-source Tor Browser.
And you can read our Guide to the Best VPN Service for the Tor Browser and our Guide on How to Get the Best and Fastest VPN for the Open-Source Tor Browser .
You can find all of our guides on the Tor Project’s home page.
You should also check out our Top 10 Best VPN Tools and how to use them.
We’ve also included a comprehensive guide on using VPNs in your business.