Identity thieves are no longer an issue
If you are looking for the information how to maintain online privacy and security, most likely, search engines will offer you a huge number of free or open public proxies. Unfortunately, they will not give you necessary protection while you are surfing the web. To provide a safe traffic, massive cash infusions are needed. It is obvious that nobody will spend much money on creating and supporting a free proxy server service.
Furthermore, open proxy servers are often operated by cyber criminals. In this case, your personal information is at huge risk, as they create this trap in order to get it. Hereby, your credit card details, social network communications, email correspondence, and passwords are on the open access for hackers and identity thieves. They can read all your traffic, and use it to commit a fraud or even a crime.
If you are using an open proxy, you’d better take care of your sensitive information without any further delay. First and foremost, you need to encrypt your personal data, not to become a victim of identity theft. A term “encryption” means a process that makes your electronic data unreadable to everyone except an authorized party. It is used to protect data in transit, sent from all sorts of devices across the Internet.
The best way to encrypt your personal data is to use a VPN technology. It hides your real IP address and encrypts all your network traffic that allows you to be independent of all parties, who are using this information to spy on you. With our VPN Unlimited service, you are not directly connected to the Internet. All data sent or received will be ‘tunneled’ through a secure connection.
We use military level encryption methods that are considered by the U.S. Government as a sufficient system to protect classified information up to the top-secret level. Hence, our VPN Unlimited service is your safe layer of identity protection online. It allows you to securely browse the web without allowing attackers to see your every move, and get access to your sensitive data.
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