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Private WiFi Proudly Announces the Release of Version 2.0

PRIVATE WiFi, a leading and innovative company in the VPN software market, is proud to announce the release of a new version of its flagship product. V2.0 has been completely redesigned and has a number of great new features which enhance the user experience.

A simplified user experience with enhanced product features: V2.0 has a dynamic UI that empowers users to easily protect themselves from hackers by using our VPN, while also saving them money on their data plans via data compression.

Enhanced server selection: Users can now easily control which of our servers they are connected to, and switching to a new server is super simple.

Data compression: V2.0’s new data compression capability allows users to squeeze more value from their mobile plan by helping them use less data. No matter what kind of data plan users have, it always pays to use less.

And many more exciting features...

“With the release of version 2.0, we have overhauled the user experience of Private WiFi from top to bottom,” Private WiFi President and CEO Kent Lawson writes. “We believe this version sets us apart from every other VPN product currently available on the market.”

Private WiFi provides serious privacy protection. Private WiFi uses 128-bit encryption, the same technology used by banks or credit card companies. But we use it to secure everything users send and receive—web traffic, emails, and IMs. By rerouting data through an encrypted server in another location, users stay anonymous. No government, advertiser, website, malware, or hacker can track our users.

Private WiFi runs invisibly in the background. The software installs in minutes. Once installed and activated, it creates a secure connection in seconds. It is security users don’t have to think about.

About Public WiFi Online Identity Risks

Public WiFi usage has been increasing exponentially in recent years due to its convenience and accessibility. These days, users can access the Internet from just about anywhere: coffee shops, airports, public libraries, hotel rooms, and just about any other public place. However, most of us are not aware the online identity risks inherent in using public WiFi.

WiFi networks use radio waves to connect computers to one another. This means that when users connect to a public network, they are basically exposing all of your computer files, including personal data such as credit card information, passwords, and social security numbers, to anyone within that network. With the right software, easily available on the Internet, hackers can use sniffers to steal any unencrypted data on a public WiFi network. It could even be the guy sipping his coffee at the table right next to you.

The best way to protect user’s sensitive information is to use a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, which encrypts the data moving to and from their laptop. The encryption protects all of a user’s Internet communication from being intercepted by others in WiFi hotspots. In addition, VPNs can prevent hackers from connecting to laptops and stealing data files.

Most large companies have a company-support VPN to protect corporate communications. Private WiFi provides the same capability for individuals, business travelers, and small and medium-sized enterprises.

About Private WiFi

Private Communications Corporation is a security technology company that protects personal data and information online. Private WiFi, the company’s flagship software product, encrypts all computer data across unencrypted WiFi networks, enhancing online privacy for those without access to VPNs. Founded by software entrepreneur Kent Lawson, Private Communications Corporation is headquartered in New York City. For more information, visit us at and for articles and other online privacy resources, please visit You can also connect with us on Facebook at