If your company has an VPN that you can connect your Mac to it by setting up connections to the network using the System Preferences window. The exact steps will depend on what type of VPN you choose to use and will typically include the import of the security certificate of your VPN. (Information about how to do this can be found on the VPN’s website.
If you don’t have access to a company-specific VPN service, you can use your Apple computer’s built-in VPN settings to establish an L2TP over IPSec connection. To do this you need to open the System Preferences window and select Network. Click on the + icon, then click on it to add an VPN. To establish the connection, you’ll need to know your server’s address, username for the account, password, and shared secret.
Once you have these details, you are ready to surf the Internet using your Mac’s VPN. Your web searches will be transmitted through the VPN which makes it impossible to trace your activities online. This also protects you from your internet service provider selling your personal information. Net neutrality is currently under threat from ISPs may allow them to sell your browsing history and even your physical location.
Installing a VPN on a MacBook can be used to unblock content that is restricted in your area. A VPN can allow you to overcome this. Many entertainment websites restrict content based on the location you’re in. You’ll require downloading the Mac software and sign up with a premium VPN such as Surfshark.