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Private WiFi has Officially Launched its Early Adopters Program Print E-mail
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Source: PR Newswire - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Wireless Security In an attempt to help secure the world from hackers while using a public hotspot, Private WiFi has officially launched its WiFi Encryption Software. Until Sept., users can qualify for a month free of the hacker proof service. SHERMAN, Conn., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Private WiFi is inviting everyone to be among the first users of its WiFi Encryption software. They have developed a software that can secure your personal information by encrypting the data which flows into and out of your laptop, making you invisible to hackers. It installs in just minutes, runs invisibly in the background, and protects you whenever and wherever you are connected to a WiFi hotspot.

Private WiFi uses the same complex technology and verified encryption used by important corporations and government agencies. All information going into and out of your PC becomes encrypted. Their incredibly fast servers in numerous locations around the world decrypt your communications and sends them to the right destination. To top that off, Private WiFi users also benefit from anonymous IP addresses and location masking to add to their privacy.

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