How secure is a VPN?

In general, using A VPN is a good way to keep your data and internet activity private. However, the algorithms (or cipher) used is an important factor in determining how secure a VPN will be. The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), one of the most common ciphers used today, is considered secure, especially when an associated, 256-bit decipher key is required.

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