Dhruv2193

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On the computer (yours), on the router (your managed network) or externally, like by ISP?

Using a good VPN, ISP can only see, that the user has connected to the VPN. Only VPN provider can tell, what websites were accessed.
Thanks for reply. There should have been a software which could show the websites accessed along with VPN used or not for each of them
 

Marko :)

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Thanks for reply. There should have been a software which could show the websites accessed along with VPN used or not for each of them
There shouldn't. People use VPN for privacy; that means they don't want to be tracked. Only software which logs what you visit is your web browser and it doesn't know when you're using VPN and when you don't. You can look at the history and match it with the time you used VPN.
 

Dhruv2193

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Thanks for the responses. Is there any VPN which allows a user to browse some websites in VPN and some not i.e. selecting which website(s) to be accessed by Vpn and which not? Is "This can read and change site data" option after clicking on vpn browser add-on the same as this?
 
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Marko :)

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Thanks for the responses. Is there any VPN which allows a user to browse some websites in VPN and some not i.e. selecting which website(s) to be accessed by Vpn and which not? Is "This can read and change site data" option after clicking on vpn browser add-on the same as this?
I doubt there is a real VPN that does this. VPN, then, would need to constantly connect/disconnect based on what websites user visits. Some VPN browser extensions might do that, but keep in mind they are not full VPN suite (the one you get with program installed).