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Mba’épepa iñambue VPN ha proxy ñandutigua

VPNs ha proxy ha’e tekoñemi ha tekorosãme g̃uarã ñemoĩporã ñandutípe. Pe nemo’ãháicha ha mba’éichapa eiporavo porãvéta.

Umi red privada virtual (VPN) ha ñanduti proxy hekorosãva ha’e ñemoĩpora tekoñemive ha tekorosãrãve ñadutípe, hákatu nemokañykuaa eikuaase vove mba’épa pe eipotavéva. Ko’ápe rohechaukáta mba’éichapa nemo’ã ko’ã pytyvõrã ha eiporavóta mba’etépa pe eikotevẽtava eikévo ñandutípe.

Emboyke umi ISPs nde rapykuehosévape

Eipurúvo Firefox, pe ñemo’ã tapykuehoha iporãvéva rovake ojoko ijehegui heta ñanduti rapykuehoha mbohapyháva nde rapykuehóva ñandutípe. Hákatu ápe oĩ mba’e iporãva: ne ñanduti me’ẽhára (ISP), ehepyme’ẽva ñandutípe eikekuaa hag̃ua, ikatu gueteri nde recha ha nde rapykueho.

Because your internet traffic moves to and from your devices (computer, phone, tv, tablet) through your ISP, they can see where you go online. An ISP can see what sites you visit, how long you’re on them, your location and information about your devices. An ISP may not know the specifics of what you did on those sites (like what you bought, searched for or read) thanks to encryption, but they could make inferences about you based on the sites that you visited. That personal data can be used to create detailed profiles about you. Why would ISPs do that? In short: this data is valuable.

Umi ISP ojepurukuaa ko marandu imaranduñemurã térã viru ñembyatyrã oikekuaahápe marandu moherakuã mbohapyháva ndive oipotáva mba’ekuaarã, marketing ha marandu ñemurã, he’iséva tekorosã’ive ha jehapykueho. Pe ñeikundaha tekoñemi ayvúpe nomboykéi umi ISP ohechávo moõpa oho ñandutípe. Hákatu emondóvo tembiapo ñandutípe peteĩ proxy térã VPN ikatu ombohasyve.

¿Araka’épa eiporavóta VPN térã proxy hekorosãva?

VPN ha ñanduti proxy hekorosãva ohupytyse peteĩ mba’e: oikéta tekorosãme. Ikatu, ha ojapo, IP kundaharape ypygua ha omo’ã ñandutípe jeike nendive ha VPN me’ẽhára térã pe proxy hekorosãva. Hákatu ¿araka’épa eipurukuaa VPN térã proxy?

Proxy ñandutigua hekorosãva: ñemo’ã kundahára peve

A secure web proxy works for tasks that you might do only in your browser. This can amount to a lot of activity like shopping, paying bills, logging into social media and reading emails. A secure web proxy serves as an intermediary between your browser and the internet. Your web browsing data will pass through a secure tunnel to the internet directly from your browser, masking your IP address, so the web server you are contacting doesn’t know exactly where you are in the world. And that makes you harder to track and target.

Proxy iporã eikundahakuévo ñandutípe WiFi pyha opavave mba’éva. Peteĩ proxy ijurujáva, nomoneĩri hekoñañávape pyha pegua oma’ẽvo eikundahakuévo térã emoñe’ẽ ejapóva tenda ipapa’ỹvape. Hyapu ñaña’ỹvarõ, hákatu umi WiFi pyha opavave mba’éva ikatu ha’e peteĩ okẽ tapykue gotyo hackers peg̃uarã.

Firefox Private Network ha’e kundahára jepysokue hasy’ỹva iñemohenda ome’ẽkuaáva tapeyvyguy hekorosã ha ipapapýva ñandutíre omo’ã hag̃ua kundahárape jeike eipuru eipuruhápe Firefox. Ipya’e ha ndahasýi imyandy eipuruse vove ereko hag̃ua tekorosãve ne kundahárape.

VPNs: ñemo’ã a mba’e’oka peve

Ko’ã VPN ojapove proxys-gui, peteĩ proxy omo’ãre ejapóva ne kundahárape añónte, hákatu pe VPN omo’ã opaite ne rembiapo, oĩháme avei ne kundahára, emohenda ha eipuruhápe pe VPN. Ko’ã VPNs ome’ẽ tekorosã ha tekoñemi jo’ajo’a opaite ne rembiapo ñanduti peguápe — peteĩ mba’e tuichapajepéva eguerekoséramo ne rembiapo ndéve g̃uarãnte ha embohasyve hag̃ua umi tapykuehohápe ha ISPs omondaséva ne mba’ekuaarã omoheñóivo ne mba’etechagua opaite ne mba’e’okápe, ikatúva pumbyry, mohendaha ha tabléta.

Peteĩ VPN oku’e omoheñóivo “tapeyvyguy” hekorosãva ne mba’e’oka pa’ũme ha ñanduti tuichaháicha. Emo’ã ne rekoñemi hendáicha:

  1. Emokañývo nde IP kundaharape, omo’ãvo nde reratee ha oñomívo ne rendaite.
  2. Ombopapapývo pe jeikeita nde ha ne VPN me’ẽhára avave ani hag̃uáicha ne ñanduti ombopapapy’o térã omoambue ndehegui.

A VPN also offers security on open and public WiFi connections. Open WiFi can be risky, and it’s impossible to be sure that someone else isn’t connecting to the same network to snoop on what you’re doing. Even if your traffic is encrypted, they can still see which sites you are visiting. And if you’re using an app that doesn’t have encryption — and even today, many don’t — then they can see everything you are doing in that app. Mozilla VPN is a fast, secure, trustworthy service that can help close the security gap for you. Mozilla VPN also lets you choose your “location” (where your traffic appears to be coming from) from more than 30 countries.

Eipurúvo mba’epuru jeroviaha

The most important thing to consider when picking either a VPN or a proxy service is choosing a trustworthy company. Be sure you understand the terms you’re agreeing to. Many claim to be great and focused on privacy, but a large number of them fall short on their promise. Not all proxy and VPN services are secure and private. Some will log your online activities so they can sell your data and information to marketing firms themselves. Other services will try to convince you to install malware on your devices.

Hetaiterei romba’apo Mozilla VPN avei proxy jepysokue Firefox Private Network omomba’e hag̃ua nde rekoñemi ha avei eikuaáke rojapotaha ikatumíva upevarã. Mozilla oguereko jeroviapy omoheñoihápe apopyre ne ñepytyvõtava añetehápe ne marandu hekorosãtaha. Rohapykueho ore tekoñemi mba’ekuaarã rekoite hasy’ỹva imoñe’ẽ, kachiãi’ỹre oremoma’ẽva pe marandu roikotevẽva rome’ẽkuaa hag̃uáicha mba’epururã oikótava añetehápe. Ha ore ykekóva peteĩ mba’apohaguasu ombohapéva ore rembiecharã, ejeroviakuaa pe viru eme’ẽva ko apopyre rehe ndaha’éi eguerkokuaátava tekorosã añónte, avei eipytyvõta ñanduti iporãvévo ko’ẽreíre.