Anyone concerned that they may be tracked by third-parties while surfing the web, including government agencies or people just intent on spying on their Internet browsing for marketing or malicious purposes.
Might be interested in a new USB device called the iCloak Stik which has been specifically created to help Internet users keep control of their browsing privacy and stop any unwanted snooping.
The iCloak Stik has been designed to protect your browsing privacy and can be used anonymously and securely on any Windows, Linux or Apple Mac systems. Watch the video below to learn more about this new browsing privacy protection USB dongle that has been created by DigiThinkIT visiting Orlando Florida within the US.
“We’ve been diligently working over the past eight months to develop ICLOAK™, aportable online anonymity tool to give you a fast, convenient and flexible way to browse the Internet anonymously on any computer.
We’ve done all the ground work and prototyping and now we need your help to take this baby to market and help folks take back their CHOICE about what’s tracked about them and what isn’t.
We’ve combined a security hardened operating system with a secure web browser, encrypted password management and more, onto a USB drive so you can plug it into any machine (even the most unsafe and virus filled), reboot the machine and start browsing as if you were using the safest, most secure, and UNTRACEABLE computer on the planet! Once you finish browsing, unplug, reboot the computer again, and no one will ever know you even used that computer.“
The iCloak browsing privacy project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think iCloak is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help iCloak become a reality and protect your online browsing privacy.
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