VPN vs Socks - The Difference

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VPN vs Socks - The Difference

Post by Admin™ on Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:45 am

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Hi every one today i will make a small tutorial for (bigginer - amateur) about the Difference between a VPN and SOCKS so let me start with Socks

What is SOCKS5?
SOCKS servers do not interpret network traffic at all,
which makes them much more flexible,but because they are usually handlingmore traffic,they are a littl slower.
The big advantage of the SOCKS protocol is that it supports any kind of internet traffic,
The big advantage of the SOCKS protocol is that it supports any kind of internet traffic,such SMTP for emails,
IRC chat,FTP for uploading files to websites, and torrent files.

now let's talk about VPN and why a vpn is better then socks!

What is a VPN?
Virtual Private Networks create an encrypted ‘tunnel’ between your computer and the host server,with the internet traffic going in and out of the host server.
Your ISP or government can only see that you are connected to the VPN server and nothing else!
– your activities, IP addresses you have visited etc. are all completely hidden from them,
behind a minimum of 128-bit encryption or more! "that Depend on what VPN service you are useing.
Although setting up VPN does usually involve downloading and installing a VPN client,
your internet activity,no matter which program you use, is now safely routed through the VPN.

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