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Is VPN really work?

SychosisPatient
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Go to solution Solved by Admiral Koba,

Your connection doesn't change, you are just pushing all the data you would normally push direct through a tunnel towards another server. Your ISP will just see it as connecting to another device on the internet.

If someone is scanning your internet usage, you can use VPN to hide real location. But what if someone from your isp or affiliated notices your location is wrong and turns your internet off remotely or notes it as suspicious?

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Your connection doesn't change, you are just pushing all the data you would normally push direct through a tunnel towards another server. Your ISP will just see it as connecting to another device on the internet.

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In addition to the above answer, you can't hide your origin location from your ISP or rather you can't hide your origin LAN because you can't connect to any others without first connecting to the internet and to do that you need to connect to your ISPs hardware.

 

So what happens is your ISP instead of seeing you connect from home -> Amazon, they'll see home -> rando server somewhere -> ?????

 

There will be a difference at Amazons end, or w/e site you're ultimately looking to reach.

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31 minutes ago, SychosisPatient said:

scanning your internet usage,

And along with the previous valid points, you're data with the VPN server is encrypted.

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