This program is designed for garbling incoming and outgoing Internet traffic and hiding your IP address. Nobody (curious hacker with a sniffer, your workplace system administrator, ISP, or 'big brother') can see what you do on the Net!
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:55
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Internet Traffic Garbler is designed for encrypting incoming and outgoing Internet traffic, hiding your IP address and protecting you from identification. There can be several reasons for that. You don't want your Internet provider to know (and it always knows) what Internet sites you visit. You don't want your company's system administrator to log the information you receive and send. It is undesirable that copies of the pages you visited stay in your corporate proxy server's cache. You don't want anyone to read your mail with the help of a sniffer. You would like to keep secret your mail box password too. You need really anonymous access to the Internet with encrypted anonymous net surfing and P2P sharing. And you aren't going to tell anyone, and especially counter owners and advertisers, what language you speak, what operating system you have and what screen resolution is installed on your computer. And above all, every Internet user is interested in protecting the computer from various hacker attacks that always start from detecting your IP address. Internet Traffic Garbler will reliably ensure your security.
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