Techopedia explains VPN Token
A VPN token is typically enabled by two-factor authentication, where the end user not only provides a password but also authenticates the device. This is done to ensure that the user connects with a VPN only through an authorized device. A VPN token can be hardware or software based, however, most VPNs use software tokens to authorize remotely connected users.
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