Wherever I am going I am looking for free online WIFI. Usually I can found this without a problem which is nice and saves me of effort in regards to the work that I am trying to accomplish.The problem though is that these free public networks have a lack of online security in place for the most part leaving you and your information quite open for outside attack.
With the prevalence of free WIFI and more and more reports of data getting stollen online, I have been asking the following question to myself: just how safe is public wifi?
In looking into this further it did not take me long to find that in fact this is not safe at all! Now, while I tell my family and friends to avoid sharing personal information online, they still do, and this really makes you take a BIG chance on your livelihood, which is something that I am not ready to give up. As you try and let this sink in, when I am talking about personal data, this includes things like signing into your email, shopping online, paying bills, etc. By doing this in the public, you potentially could be sharing the next victim because it is just that, public.
So what is needed?
Freedome app can protect you from this invasion of you privacy, plus more.
- It can protect you from tracking your every internet move on your mobile device and PC (Macs included).
- It can change your virtual location so that your online security and privacy is protected while surfing.
- It encrypts your data so that you can freely use public wifi without your information becoming publicly available.
- It can block harmful sites and apps allowing for safer browsing, protecting your device all the while.
The Freedome has you covered completely!
Check it out!
I have been trying out Freedome for the past few days and have been completely impressed. It is easy to use and completely changes the game when it comes to the online security that I want and need while online.
TRY IT YOURSELF FOR FREE!
To receive a Free Trial of Freedome for 90 days: Use Code CTTPC3
Please Subscribe to my RSS Feed! Subscribe in a reader
Questions?Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org