With the lapse of time in our modern society there are more and more those who prefer online communication to the real one. There is a number of reasons promoting this tendency. First and foremost, it is time. Nobody wants to waste time on finding the phone number, waiting for a buzz and what not. Second, it is distance. Everyone knows that real communication presupposes personal contacts. Nowadays, it becomes increasinglymore time consuming. People we have to communicate with sometimes are too far away from us. And the last but not the least important, it is money. Personal meetings need money, at least to reach the destination.
The concept of distant communication appeared some 50 years ago Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computation Center but gained its popularity among an average user only in the early 1990’s. Today a modern Finn can’t imagine his/her everyday life without it. But transmitted via the Internetdata, phone calls, e-mails may soon become available for any prying eyes if a person will not find the way to protect him/ or herself.
VPN rises in defense of users’anonymity, security and privacy of Finland residents. Transmitting any digital data including instant messages, making calls, using video-conferences VPN user in Finland is shielded against surveillance of any possible computer frauders. It works in the following way: your IP is masked, that is why it is uneasy to identify your personality. Then all transmitted information is encrypted by a digital code (usually 128-bit key encryption). Thereby the information may be read only by the addressee, which is vital for up to date communication. If that's the case your privacy will not be monitored by third parties.