It’s vital to recognize that VPN software or server isn’t the same as full-fledged anti-virus applications. Though they can protect your IP address and encrypt your online activity, that is all they can do. They would not protect you if you visit phishing websites or download compromised data.
Anti-virus software is mainly concerned with shielding a device against malware. A VPN APP is more worried about online and security. Malware that has already been put into your device will be protected by antivirus software. VPNs may mask your Ip, allowing users to access sites that have been blocked and keeping you safe and secure.
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