I understand that end-to-end VPNs (such as SurfShark and NordVPN) hide the domains I visit whereas HTTPS does not
However, are they any attacks that an HTTPS website would be subject to, that could be avoided if I used an end-to-end VPN?
The main kind of attack I am concerned about is having any secure information (such as passwords, bank details, mobile number etc...) I send to a website being intercepted by a "middle-man"
The question in essence is are there any security benefits from using a paid-for VPN such as Surfshark given I currently enforce HTTPS on my browser (meaning I block all HTTP websites) and all my banking websites use HTTPS.
- By security, I mean can any personal data be obtained
- Privacy is not as important an issue (e.g: can people see domains I visit)