Virtual private networks are gaining increased popularity as more internet user are getting more interested in maintaining their privacy. You will agree with me that the most efficient of these VPN services come at a cost while the free ones charge in one way or the other. But now Web browser Opera, though has made a free integration of an unlimited and free VPN service in the developer version of its software. “Now, you don’t have to download VPN extensions or pay for VPN subscriptions to access blocked websites and to shield your browsing when on public Wi-Fi,” the company announced via means of a blog post.
VPNS MAKE IT REALLY HARDER TO TRACK YOUR WEB TRAFFIC
VPN services are very handy nowadays as the VPNs route the internet traffic of its subscribers through servers in various countries. This thus makes it pretty hard for concerned government agencies, hackers or even advertisers to maintain track on web traffic.
This is a very welcome move from opera. If you want to access this service, you could go and download the developer version of Opera; when you are through, the next step is activating the VPN through the preferences menu.