Virtual Private Network (VPN)


A Virtual Private Network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network like the internet. It enables users or devices to send and receive data as if directly connected to the private network, while their actual connection traverses public infrastructure. VPNs critically rely on encryption and tunneling to establish secure, "virtual" connections.

Key Components and How VPNs Work

Types of VPNs

Benefits of VPNs

Use Cases for VPNs

VPNs and Netrinos

Netrinos provides robust VPN software features for creating flexible and secure network connections. Netrinos enables a variety of use cases:

Key Considerations When Choosing a VPN