- Jan 29, 2020
Hi, I haven't been able to find a good answer on the internet to this question--can VPNs provide safe internet browsing access? Say you have a safe, private internet connection at home.
Did you mean throw lan ?. If yes then don't worry i am not using sharing internet nor i give them to any oneIf you are on a cable modem at home you are on a shared connection. Anyone can see your stuff on the network who is on the same share as you.
Nobody is going to break the encryption of a good VPN on the fly. People at the hotspot will not be able to see anything you are doing as all traffic will flow through the encrypted tunnel. There is no risk of anyone getting to you from the hotspot once you log into the VPN.If you are on a cable modem at home you are on a shared connection. Anyone can see your stuff on the network who is on the same share as you.What i am thinking about the people on internet can anyone break the VPN
If you use a (public) cafe computer, then you either have to trust that computer (i.e. the cafe operator, and everyone else having had physical access to the computer), or all bets are off; encryption/VPNs/SSL/TLS do not remove the trust requirement in any way.Do we need to use cafe computers with VPN ?