Kelly, Sean (August 2001). "Necessity is the mother of VPN invention". Communication News: 26–28. ISSN 0010-3632. Archived from the original on 2001-12-17. VPNs are mostly safe. Using them is mostly legal. 27 Security Kiss Duo has many forms of authentication available.   Zero usage logs Privacy policyAbout WikipediaDisclaimersContact WikipediaDevelopersCookie statementMobile view Unlimited Bandwidth | Unlimited Traffic | AES 256-BIT Encryption | Anti-fingerprinting System The virtual router architecture,[21][22] as opposed to BGP/MPLS techniques, requires no modification to existing routing protocols such as BGP. By the provisioning of logically independent routing domains, the customer operating a VPN is completely responsible for the address space. In the various MPLS tunnels, the different PPVPNs are disambiguated by their label, but do not need routing distinguishers. Hidden Cost: Only works in Opera’s browser on the desktop.