When we talk about network security tools, virtual private network tools are often suggested as the ultimate solution for remote operations. Over the past five years, it has become a popular tool used by both individuals and businesses. However, there are certain myths associated with VPNs that are not true and it is important to be aware of them.
If you or your organization are using a virtual private network (VPN) and you think it keeps your network 100% safe from hackers, think again. There is no such thing as a completely secure VPN network. It’s helpful for a variety of purposes, but no one should rely on it as the ultimate network security tool.
|“It has been found that most major VPN service providers are not being updated to protect IPv6 traffic.”
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