Anyone looking to stay a little more anonymous while online may be interested in a new online anonymity solution called AnonyStik that has launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week looking to raise $20,000.
AnonyStik takes the form of a small pocket sized USB device that has been designed to enable you to protect your online privacy, identity and security using simple plug and play technology.
The AnonyStik supports both Mac and PC systems and provides secure and private browsing, IP masking and anonymous browsing as well as the ability to secure and encrypted documents and files anywhere you may be. Its creators Professionally Secure explain a little more about their new device and its inspiration:
“So, What is AnonyStik? In a nutshell, AnonyStik is a USB stick device that has its own operating system and secure storage volume. You simply plug the device into your computer (PC or Mac) and start it. All of your online activities will be contained within the device, so nothing will affect the computer or laptop hard drive (a computer within a computer basically).
We are certified Cyber Security professionals with a life-long passion for security and privacy. Our experience in the security field is focused in Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, Network Security, Computer Network Defense, and Information Privacy Protection.
We started this project because we believe every person has the right to secure and private computing. You should not have to worry about viruses, spyware, hackers, and government surveillance every time you use a computer or access the web. Our mission is to enable people to practice their right to secure and private computing by providing cost effective and easy-to-use tools. “
For more information on the new online anonymity solution jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below.
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