|27 Jan 2010||#1|
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I've never quite understood the whole VPN Tunneling thing and how it can actually let you remain anonymous.
For example, https://www.ipredator.se/ - This service is fairly new, however services like this have been around for a while.
Now on their site they state this;
Your existing ISP will not be able to intercept and track your applications or communication
· Your existing ISP can not limit what you can do nor limit what information you can access
· Other organizations or individuals can’t intercept or track your applications or communication.
I mean I can see it being encrypted, not knowing what it is and where it is going, but it all ends up in the same place? Isn't your ISP the first to see what you send and receive?
I don't know if I made sense, lol, anyone care to explain how a VPN Tunneling service would actually be able to hide what is going on from your own ISP?
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|27 Jan 2010||#2|
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The whole idea of VPN is for that "Privacy" thing. Your connection does have to go through ISP, but the ISP it self is just a "pipe". When you establish VPN connection, your ISP does know that your computer is connected to some other computer on the internet, and that's about it.
Most of the time, your VPN gateway will be used as the "Default Route", whatever you requested will be "tunneled" through the VPN connection. It's as if your ISP is just a "cable" connecting you to the VPN service provider. Your ISP will see that you are connected to ONE computer on the internet and are receiving and transferring data to and from it. The data it self is encrypted. Your ISP will only see ONE computer as your "peer", you don't connect to other computer.
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