Being connected to your spouse is a great feeling. But, being connected to your spouse while using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is even better. A VPN allows you to securely connect to any network–even the Internet–while in transit and when you’re offline. Using a VPN with your spouse is a great way to enhance your connectedness while also staying secure. Here are some useful tips on how to do just that.
Set Up A VPN Account For Spousal Security
The first step to using a VPN with your spouse is to set up a VPN account for spousal security. To do this, you will need to enter your spouse’s details–including their full name, email address, phone number and address–into the account setup page of the VPN provider of your choice. Once this is done, log in to your account and click the gear icon () in the upper right corner to access the settings page.
Here, you can adjust a variety of preferences–including the VPN’s local encryption protocol (a fancy term for security–and change the name, username and password of your VPN account. When you’re happy with the settings, click the Save button at the bottom of the page.
This will ensure that any devices you use to access the account, such as your smartphone or laptop, are protected when you use them to connect to the Internet. If you want to ensure that your spouse’s devices are also protected, then you can require them to input their password whenever they connect to the VPN, or set up an automatic login for the account so that it logs them in automatically whenever they connect to the network.
Set Up An Anonymizer
One of the great things about a VPN is that it allows you to hide your identity while connected to a network. However, there are situations where you may want to maintain your identity while also staying secure. One way to do this is to set up an anonymizer, which will hide your activity while also connecting you to the VPN. Anonymizers are also a great way to ensure that your identity is not stolen when you’re online (especially while using free VPN services), as they can act as a VPN’s very own security guard, protecting your personal data from cyberattacks.
To set up an anonymizer, visit the settings page of your VPN provider–either from the account settings page or by logging into your account from a different device–and click the gear icon ().
This will bring up the settings page, where you can adjust the anonymizer’s various preferences. To protect your identity while browsing the web, you can set the anonymizer to automatically connect you to the VPN when you go online. To hide your activity while on any apps or platforms that require you to provide your real name, you can either require your spouse to input their password, or you can set up a pin to be used with the app or platform.
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So, can you use a VPN when connected to your wife? Most definitely! Setting up a VPN with your spouse is a simple and straightforward process that will only take a few minutes. And, as a bonus, you will be able to enjoy increased security and privacy whenever you use the service. So, what are you waiting for? Go out there and set up a VPN account today!