Our online privacy is something we should all care about – in particular, what information we're revealing about ourselves without knowing it.
Traditionally, VPNs have been used by companies to securely connect employees working off -site to a private corporate network, but now they're increasingly popular for the average Joe wanting to preserve their privacy.
Similar to the potential Tor exit node vulnerability, the weakest links of a VPN tunnel are its entry and exit points.
With this amount of privacy protection in place, you'll now be well and truly under the radar. If you're still paranoid that your every move is being watched, it could be time to hone those secret agent skills and live completely off the grid.