New NetOverNet Personal Virtual Network Tool Enables Universal Device Connectivity

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Free Virtual Private Network (VPN) Gives Users Remote Access to Files, PCs and Desktops from Any Location

NetOverNet takes about a minute to set up, but it gives you the complete VPN functionality through an intuitive interface. You get direct access to remote computers right in your pocket.

NetOverNet announced today that is has released an updated version of its NetOverNet virtual private network (VPN) tool. NetOverNet makes it possible for a user to create a secure but simple VPN that enables connectivity between all of the user’s Internet-connected devices, regardless of location. Like the sophisticated corporate VPNs that make it possible for people to work remotely from their offices, NetOverNet makes all of the user’s devices accessible from any global location. The user can gain access to files, applications and the desktop of a home or office computer while on the road.

“Until now, VPNs were for big companies or very technologically sophisticated power users,” said company representative “We are changing that. NetOverNet takes about a minute to set up, but it gives you the complete VPN functionality through an intuitive interface. You get direct access to remote computers right in your pocket.”

NetOverNet solves a longstanding problem faced by owners of multiple computing devices, such as PCs, tablets, and smart phones. These devices rarely have a permanent “public” IP address and cannot always interact directly. The solution for this problem has been to set up an intermediate VPN server that makes it possible for devices to “see” each other and exchange information in a secure, encrypted format. The issue was always cost and complexity. Individuals typically could not manage to create their own VPNs. NetOverNet creates a personal VPN server for the user with a centralized, personalized VPN infrastructure.

Users can connect to the NetOverNet server from computers running Windows or Linux, phones and tablets with Android or iOS installed, and even routers (supporting the PPTP protocol). The VPN takes advantage of common remote desktop tools included in Windows PCs and VNC. All traffic in the user’s network is encrypted and hidden from prying eyes. Connection to the VPN server can be configured manually or by installing a client application. With NetOverNet, each device has its own login/password for a connection and is accessible in the user’s virtual network by an IP address defined in the private area. This results in maximum information security.

NetOverNet is available through free and premium plans.

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