Comodo EasyVPN Easily Creates an Encrypted Local Area Network Over Internet

March 7, 2010 | Filed under Software


VPN is short for Virtual Private Network. The private nature of a VPN means that the data travelling over the VPN is not generally visible, or is encapsulated from, the underlying network traffic. Similarly, the traffic within the VPN appears to the underlying network as just another traffic stream to be passed. You can find a lot of websites on the Internet that sells VPN services which protects your privacy and also some being able to unthrottle your P2P or bittorrent connection allowing you to download at full speed. However this is not the case for Comodo EasyVPN.

Comodo EasyVPN allows users of all experience levels to group multiple computers into their own network by establishing direct and secure VPN connections between them. This peer-to-peer virtual private networking application and instant messenger client requires no expert configuration and effectively simulates a LAN over the Internet using 128 bit encrypted SSL connections.

Install and Configure VPN in Windows

Basically when you’ve created a VPN network using Comodo EasyVPN and having people connect to your network, you get to send and receive chat messages and files using the built-in instant messenger client, allow users to quickly gain remote desktop control over the computers of other users in the network.

Here’s a short walkthrough on how to create your private VPN using Comodo EasyVPN.

1. Download and install EasyVPN.
2. Register a new account and verify it.
3. Sign in to Comodo EasyVPN using the credentials that you’ve provided during registration.
4. Click on Networks from menubar and select Create a new network.
5. Enter a network name and password. Make sure that Enable VPN is checked and click OK.
6. Get your clients, friends or people that would want to connect to your VPN to download EasyVPN.
7. Ask them to register a new account from EasyVPN, verify it and login.
8. Once your friend has logged in, go to Networks in the menubar and select Join a Network.
9. Enter the network name and password that you set in step and click OK.

Your friend is now connected to the secure virtual private network via the Internet.

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