If you’re using a VPN or planning to sign up to one, there are a few easily overlooked features that will help you make the most of your new virtual private network. Let’s take a look at six of them.
We’ll kick off with one of the most important features any VPN can have: a killswitch. In short, a killswitch will “kill” your internet connection whenever your VPN fails, for whatever reason. This is important because, while a VPN isn’t working, your traffic can be identified. A killswitch prevents this.
A killswitch is particularly important for people that are using a VPN to escape censorship and torrenters, though they’re useful for just about anybody. Thankfully, most VPNs have them enabled by default, though some don’t have one at all—while others, like NordVPN, require you turn it on. To see how to do that, check out our NordVPN guide.
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