Encrypt Internet For Secure Browsing

Some sensitive or highly confidential information are encrypted so that other people cannot understand them. The data is converted in the form of digits so that it cannot be decrypted and interpreted by any third party except the recipient.
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Feb. 13, 2013 - PRLog -- Encryption method offers security to exchanged mails, messages, pictures, videos and other information from cyber-criminals, government authorities, Internet service providers (ISP) and Internet gateways.

There are different levels of encryptions that include 128 bit, 256 bit and 1024 bit encryption. Higher is the encryption level higher is the security offered to mails and data. It becomes increasingly difficult to crack or decrypt the information with an increase in encryption level. Hence, 256 bit encryption is more secure than 128 bit encryption. According to a research, hackers need to enter more than a trillion key combinations in order to break a 128-bit encrypted network.

How to Encrypt Internet?

As encrypted Internet obscures traffic communication during browsing websites and keep the e-mail exchange confidential, many people are interested in using advanced technology to get encrypted Internet. VPN offers the best solution to encrypt Internet. VPN has been popular among individuals and companies for offering best private networking environment. It has also been popular forproviding encrypted Internet, ability to change IP address and hide IP address to users. VPN also enables users to access banned websites and geo-blocked websites by surpassing Internet censorship.

How VPN Offers, Encrypted Internet?

VPN protocols provide the answer to online users wanting to know how to encrypt Internet. VPN uses a large number of secure Internet protocols that offer encrypted Internet during browsing websites and mail exchange. The secure VPN protocols include: Secure socket layer/ Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS), Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), Layer2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP), Secure Shell (SSH) and Internet Protocol security (IPSec) etc.

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