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Vedivi – free personal VPN lets you access your home PC on the move

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Wallcooler is a free personal VPN (Virtual Private Network). Install the program on both computers and you’ll be able to access your home computer from your laptop whilst on the road. The interesting thing is that you apparently don’t need to fiddle about with firewalls or port forwarding in order to get things working, which is a bonus over other free VPNs. You will however need an account with their server, which may be something you may want to think about if you’re of a paranoid parentage.

 WallCooler is a free, secure and user friendly VPN solution that enables you to work from anywhere: access your e-mails, files, applications or network resources from home, hotels, airports or any other place via the public Internet. Ideal for individuals looking for the functionality of a powerful VPN solution but with the simplicity, speed of a remote access solution…WallCooler does not require any port forwarding or other specific setup and is ideal for secure connections between computers and/or networks. WallCooler only makes outbound secure connections to the Vedivi servers, and the Vedivi servers redirect the traffic between both WallCoolers, there is no need to configure your router (port forwarding or natting).

Tags: vedivi, vpn

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  • Also you can use something else personal vpn service. Something like canadian VPN Privacy

  • There is many reasons that predict great future for VPNs:
    •Works for PC on Windows /Linux/Mac OS
    •Works for mobile on Android/Windows/Mobile/iPhone/Blackberry/Symbian
    •High level of SSL encryption
    •Work over any type of Internet connections (Cable, DSL, dial up, Satellite, Wi-Fi, etc)
    •Eliminating the need for expensive long-distance leased lines
    •Reducing long-distance telephone charges
    •Offloading support costs
    •Minimum hardware requirements
    •Can provide you with dedicated IP address with which people protect their privacy and surf anonymous without provider logs

  • I don’t know if you are aware of the fact that your IP address can be seen by others whenever you visit a website, and with that information, they are able to see your location. Also Internet providing companies restrict what websites you can visit when you sign up for their service. I think no one should be able to tell me what to look or not look at on my own computer. Their job is to provide me with a good connection, and as long as I pay for it, why do they care what I do? For all this reasons now I am using VPN Services to hide my IP address and surf the Internet anonymously.

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