What is an OpenVPN Client and Why You Should Use It
OpenVPN is currently the most popular option when it comes to VPN encryption protocols. Launched back in 2001, it is also one of the oldest encryption protocols for VPN’s. OpenVPN supports Windows, macOS, Android and Linux devices, and is regarded as the ultimate option for security and flexibility. In this week’s article, we’ll talk about what is OpenVPN, how it works and how you can use it to your advantage.
What is OpenVPN?
OpenVPN is an open-source encryption protocol project you can use to keep your traffic secure, without sacrificing connection speeds and performance. The OpenVPN client is a collection of separate encryption standards and protocols, all set in place to guide your connection to its target destination, safely and privately.