Consider getting a VPN for your home network

As we’ve mentioned many times (because it’s that important), if you use public Wi-Fi, you need a VPN to protect your privacy. However, what about a VPN for your private home network?

Virtually all private home networks are wireless, so you’re still using a Wi-Fi connection, albeit a (hopefully) password-protected one. A VPN can make it so even if someone has your Wi-Fi password, they still won’t be able to see the data that travels through your network.

If your area has a high rate of cybercrime, a home VPN could be a useful addition.