Paul in Houston TX
It depends on what you use networks for.cameo said:Why even bother with that when https is much simpler and probably just
HTTPS is for web browsers and https websites.
VPN is o/s level. A vpn will encrypt all traffic, including
email, files, whiteboards, web meetings, ftp / tftp, RS-232,
and many proprietary communication protocols such as
used by scada systems.
Of the 12-16 hours per day that my work computer is online,
maybe 30 minutes is web browsing.
You can also open a vpn through a https website, assuming
that you have access to do so. Its a bit slow though.