Alright, I’ll state the obvious here, the reason you’ve probably come to this article in the first place.
The internet is a phenomenal invention, something that has given us more and enabled more of us than we could have ever imagined. It has also dealt some arguably mortal wounds to privacy.
Fear not—some of the new things we’ve gotten from today’s technology aren’t only things that kill our privacy, but services that protect it.
Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, are some of the most popular options for maintaining online security and it’s not hard to see why. They don’t require you to do much work—just download some software and carry on with your life.
And one of the most popular VPNs? Yeah, it’s hard to not see the name NordVPN when you’re looking up what VPNs to use.
How do we know it’s reputable? Is there any piece of validating news, are there any neat articles to go on?
Go to the NordVPN homepage, and you’ll be immediately greeted by a list of outlets that have endorsed NordVPN: Wired, BuzzFeed, Forbes, the Guardian, BBC, and more. Additionally, they take special pride on a few pages in noting PCMag has named them an editors’ choice.