The problem of online privacy has become a serious issue in recent years. Many people are not aware that even if they connect to a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service, their internet traffic could still be monitored and traced. While it is quite hard to track your public IP address, you can trace your IP address even when you connect behind a VPN.
Cybercrime is rife in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, the UK has seen a 31% increase in security threats online during the height of the health crisis – leading to losses of over £6.2 million. The rise of remote work has posed a new challenge for businesses looking to secure their confidential information through the use of VPNs. However, for all the security virtual private networks offer, they still have their fair share of vulnerabilities.