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Setup a local area network over the Internet using Comodo EasyVPN

Comodo EasyVPN is a free tool that allows users (home and business alike) to setup a local area network over the Internet. Users can access their computer or remote control their home or work computer, share files and folders and even print to their local printer from any computer (Windows) in the world.

It uses industry standard 128 bit encryption, so your data and communications are cent percent secure and private (according to Comodo). More over it requires no expert configuration; anyone can setup this in minutes, so it is suitable for users of all experience levels.

This tool gives many possibilities. For example, you can share your music and photograph, setup a multi-player gaming session, secure messaging using built-in chat client, create a highly secure worldwide network for collaboration on enterprise projects, whatever your needs, EasyVPN guarantees a fast setup and 100% private and secure peer to peer connectivity.

Comodo EasyVPN is available in 32 bit and 64 bit versions and is free to download and use.


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