As users become more cautious about their privacy, many have explored using VPN services. According to a GlobalWebIndex estimate, more than 650 million people worldwide use such tools to mask their identity online and fend off web trackers.
Opera 51 for Android now enables users to establish a private connection between their mobile device and a remote VPN server using 256-bit encryption. Users can pick a server of their choice from a range of locations. Unlike several other VPN apps, Opera’s offering does not require an account to use the service.
You can read more in an article by Manish Singh in the VentureBeat web site at: http://bit.ly/2JvHgs5.
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security, VPN (Virtual Private Networking)
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