Is it possible to surf the Internet without having the feeling of being constantly watched? Is it possible to escape the control of government agencies over what websites we visit, who we write an email to or who we chat with? The revelations of WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden indicate that it is increasingly difficult to achieve these goals. However, there still are alternatives, and one of them is the anonymous surfing and privacy kit just released by the prestigious OPM Security company.
In a single package, you receive the installation of several office tools, as well as the instructions to start using the virtual private network (VPN), which will allow you to escape from prying eyes.
The kit contains a web browser and an email client that are installed directly on a USB device. Therefore, you can work from any computer and will never leave a trace of what you did. This is because you will take all information sent, downloaded and used, with you on this device. In addition, all of this is protected by a password that only you know.
This is one of the best kits available on the market, and it is backed by OPM Security's vast experience when struggling with computer security issues.
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