PrivaceBubble has launched a new guide covering the best online security and privacy tools for safeguarding personal data at home. It highlights the five best privacy tools, tricks and services to ensure safer internet usage for any device connected to Wi-Fi.
More information can be found at: https://privacebubble.com/best-privacy-tools-block-hackers-trackers
The newly launched guide aims to educate readers on the growing concern for personal data protection. The author explains that collecting personal data with the intent of improving lives is the culprit in an avalanche of cyber security threats, privacy scandals and the controversial practices of Silicon Valley giants, data brokers, trackers and governments.
Consumers are waking up to the reality that their devices are sharing their personal data, even if they have a VPN. There is an increase in choices to take back control of their personal privacy and beat the surveillance economy, however it can be overwhelming to select the right tools. This new guide helps to find a balance between personalization and privacy.
Featured in the new guide is the CES 2020 Innovation Award Nominee, Winston Privacy device. An all-in-one solution that acts as an internet scrambler, VPN alternative, firewall, anti-spyware, anti-malware, and ad blocker.
As part of its secure browsing functionality, it encrypts the internet to fight hackers and identity theft. It cloaks IP addresses with the Winston proprietary Peer-to-Peer Privacy Mesh network, a zero-logging distributed privacy solution.
Author Shelley Mantei writes: “The software scrambles and anonymizes your data, and that isn’t all. It blocks ISPs from snooping on you, blocks ads, pop-ups, and periodically deletes cookies. In ridding your internet connection of all this extra baggage, Winston also allows you to browse the internet faster, and cuts down on your data usage.”
Customers can buy Winston for a faster and more secure internet experience. It has been designed especially to protect every connected device in the home, allowing users to browse the web anonymously, protect their IoT smart devices, and enjoy faster browsing.
The newly launched guide explains how customers looking for a plug-and-play hardware filter for home Wi-Fi encryption will regain privacy control with the Winston device.
One of the primary benefits of the system is that it’s non-techie friendly and only takes 60 seconds to set up.
Full details of the newly launched guide can be found on the URL above.
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