There are plenty of uses for a VPN. It can keep you secure and anonymous online. It can also get you around geo-blocked content and internet censorship.
And that’s just scratching the surface.
There are also plenty of things VPNs can’t help with. Increasing your internet speed or allowing you to get around data caps are two examples.
Further, some VPN services come packed full of features that you may or may not need, while others are bare bones. A kill switch can be useful to most of us. But having a static IP address is not something many of us look for.
Where am I going with all this?
It’s a long-winded way of saying the world of VPNs can get pretty complicated. We can all use a hand now and then to help us navigate it and that’s exactly what each guide below is intended to do.
If you find there’s some VPN topic you’re interested in I don’t currently cover, please let me know. Just leave a comment below. I put up new guides all the time and am more than happy to take requests.
If you’re looking to access German services and websites from anywhere in the world, you need an IP address in Germany. Thankfully spoofing one couldn’t get much easier.
Your ISP can see everything you do online. Don’t let it. There are ways to effectively block it and let you use the internet without being tracked, as it should be.
Tough there is a time and place for free VPNs, there are several key differences between them and paid providers everyone should understand. It’s definitely a case of buyer beware.