iCloak Stik Aims To Put Robust Online Privacy In The Hands Of The Many, Not The Few
great idea/concept… its a scary inet out there…. it’s best to at the very least try to save yourself….
Meet iCloak Stik: a plug and play device that’s being designed to make robust online privacy accessible to the many not the few — by enabling an average computer user to route their browsing via the Tor or I2P anonymizing networks so it can’t be tracked.
The device will also let users select a particular country where they want to appear to be coming from, which can defeat regional content locks.
Every time you connect to the Internet with iCloak it will also generate a new random MAC address — meaning the hardware itself can’t be traced either.
All your browsing activity disappears without a trace once you shut an iCloak session down. This is because it’s effectively a clean instal every time you use it, which thwarts tracking techs like cookies and adware, along with more pernicious malware that might lurk on a computer that’s been around the cyber block a few times.
Sound interesting? Of course it does. Online security and privacy are continuing to…
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