If you are concerned about protecting your online privacy while connecting to the Internet to remotely you may be interested in a new portable 4G LTE wireless router called the Mudi. The small pocket sized router has been specifically designed to help make a secure Internet connection and uses state-of-art cryptography wherever you may be in the world.
Mudi uses Cloudflare to obtain a fast, secure, and authoritative DNS performance; while preventing DNS hijacking and domain theft. The small router is now available to back via Kickstarter with earlybird pledges available from £120 or roughly $150. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about Mudi and how it can help you protect your online privacy.
“Mudi keeps your Internet connection private with multiple VPN protocols. It provides the best encryption and authentication with OpenVPN. Meanwhile, WireGuard® gives the privacy-minded users a fast and simple VPN that utilises state-of-the-art cryptography. Mudi supports more than 25 commercial VPN service providers so that you are free to choose the plan you want.”
“The Internet is a necessary element of our daily lives, regardless if you are at home, at the office or traveling. Public Wi-Fi is everywhere, such as in restaurants, hotels, and public transports. Are you sure you are using a safe and reliable Wi-Fi hotspot, or 4GLTE network? Or are you exposing yourself to all kinds of cybersecurity risks? Mudi is the best option if you want to secure your personal sensitive information. It is a portable 4G LTE privacy router for road warriors and business travellers who want to secure their data with state-of-art cryptography without boundary limitations.“
For a complete list of all available pledge options, full specifications and privacy features jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.
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