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ExpressVPN’s guide to using a VPN in Norway
Norway is one of the most digitally connected countries in the world; nearly 100% of its population has access to the internet. But for Norwegians looking to browse the web as privately and securely as possible, a VPN is essential.
Read on for a comprehensive guide to using VPN inside and outside Norway.Get ExpressVPN
Watch movies and TV online with a Norway VPN
With a VPN, you can stream movies and TV from all over the world. Watch British TV, stream American movies, and catch live sports matches from anywhere in Europe in high definition. It's as easy as connecting to one of ExpressVPN’s 148 server locations.
Connecting to a VPN will also help you stream privately and secure your connection from monitoring and throttling by your internet service provider. Enjoy your content privately and securely by connecting through a VPN server before you launch your favorite streaming media service.
ExpressVPN supports internet freedom everywhere
ExpressVPN is a proud financial support of nonprofit organizations that fight for your freedom on the internet, like:
Norway VPN apps for every device
ExpressVPN has intuitive, native apps for every device to keep your online activity safe and private.
VPN users in Norway can connect to 148 VPN server locations in 94 countries and counting:
How VPN works
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) creates a secure tunnel between your computer and the internet. Your true IP address is hidden by a proxy, allowing you to keep your physical location a secret from the sites you visit.
With ExpressVPN, your connection is also protected by strong encryption. Public Wi-Fi hackers, governments, your ISP, and any other listeners won’t be able to read your traffic.
ExpressVPN’s top 3 tips for strong online privacy
Using a VPN is the fastest and most convenient way to add an extra layer of security to any connected device. Here are 3 more quick and easy ways to safeguard your privacy online:
1. Use 2-step verification
No matter how “strong” your password is, there's always a chance it could be compromised. 2-step verification adds an extra layer of security to your online accounts by forcing you use your password and a temporary passcode sent to your phone when you log in from a new device. So even if someone somehow learns your password, they won’t be able to log into your account unless they also have your smartphone.
2. Encrypt your smartphone
Major cities all over the world have experienced “epidemic” levels of smartphone theft in recent years. You can help make smartphone theft much less attractive to criminals by encrypting your smartphone. If phone thieves can't unlock your phone or read your data, there's not much point in stealing it in the first place! Follow these step-by-step instructions to enable full-disk encryption on iOS and Android.
3. Use HTTPS
HTTPS is the encrypted version of HTTP, the protocol that the internet was built on. If you're using a modern browser, you can tell whether you’re using HTTPS by checking the address bar for a padlock icon. But because even major websites sometimes link back to unencrypted HTTP, the EFF provides a browser extension called HTTPS Everywhere which reroutes all requests to HTTPS.