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diga
diga Feb 14

Difference between Proxy and China VPN

Proxy allows you to access blocked sites and remain anonymous. Provides a very low level of protection. The proxy server does not encrypt the traffic that passes through it, which makes it vulnerable.


VPN — Virtual Private Network or Virtual private network. This virtual network operates over the Internet. When you connect to a VPN, you connect to the Internet through a VPN server, not directly.


VPN is used for anonymous and secure work on the Internet. And also, in order to get access to web resources that are blocked in your country.


In General, a VPN not only helps you bypass geo-blocking and censorship issues, but also takes care of your security and anonymity. Because a secure tunnel is created between the user's computer and the necessary Internet resource. Data that passes through this tunnel is also encrypted with high-level encryption (256-bit encryption).


For example, when using open WI-FI and VPN points, your data will be completely safe. But, in normal conditions (without a VPN), on the street or at home, your data and actions on the network can be tracked and intercepted.


When you use a proxy, your confidential information can be intercepted by anyone.

Martin2909
Martin2909 Feb 15
Using a VPN connection, a person can protect their private information on the Internet. No one else will intercept the username / password even if you use a public WI-FI connection. Blocked sites will remain in the past, and thanks to the VPN, you can remain anonymous.
Honda11
Honda11 Feb 15
Let me remind you that VPN is now allowed in China, but you can use only those programs that are registered by the government or state-owned telecommunications companies China Unicom and China Telecom. But at the same time, the list of resources and services available via VPN is also regulated by the authorities.
Jojo90
Jojo90 Feb 15
In some less liberal states, such as the People’s Republic of China, there is government Internet censorship authorized by the government. This law, notorious as the “Great Chinese Firewall,” prohibits anyone connecting to the Internet in China from accessing most movies and music files, as well as most chat servers and even information networks that have not been approved by the ruling party. .
Honda11
Honda11 Feb 15
In more developed countries and throughout the EU, providers are prohibited from collecting data about their users. This data is of great interest to corporations and merchants, and they are willing to pay good money for receiving information about your searches and shopping habits. At this point, scammers come in under the guise of a “free VPN service”, as they become a substitute channel through which all your Internet traffic passes and which collects this data in pursuit of a goal opposite to what was originally intended.
Jojo90
Jojo90 Feb 15
Previously, VPN technology was available only to large corporations and government agencies with the necessary budget and IT staff. Despite the need for a network of dedicated servers, these technologies were not available until recently 台灣VPN , until commercially available VPNs appeared. Which VPN is best for overseas use? Which VPN is best for travel? Well, free VPNs may not be the best choice. This is nothing more than a phishing scam disguised as security.
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