An honest and unbiased comparison of four popular VPN software solutions available. Includes security features offered, reliability, speed tests while connected to identical servers (where possible), additional features offered and subscription cost comparisons. Includes a FREE VPN service provider.
In part one of this two-part series, I'm going to explain in layman's terms what a VPN is, what it can and can't do for you, and how it works. In part two (coming soon), I will compare two or more popular VPN services and describe which one I believe is the best to go with.
This article is about my concept of combining TPM Virtual SmartCards with standard USB sticks to achieve true 2-factor windows domain authentication at no additional cost. If you feel like trying it for yourself, you will need a domain certification authority as well as a computer with a TPM chip.
Networking is the process of connecting computing devices, peripherals and terminals together through a system that uses wiring, cabling or radio waves that enable their users to communicate, share information and interact over distances. Often associated are issues regarding operating systems, hardware and equipment, cloud and virtual networking, protocols, architecture, storage and management.