Public WiFi is just that – public.
PRIVATE WiFi makes you invisible.

 
 

The Problem

Public WiFi networks
are not secure

Three out of four people have used public WiFi hotspots in the last twelve months. Yet most don’t realize that WiFi signals are just radio waves. Anyone in range can “listen in” to all of the data you send and receive, as easily as tuning to the right station. And antivirus or firewall software can’t protect you.

Hotspots are easy
to hack

Coffee shops. Hotels. Airports. It doesn’t matter what kind. No public WiFi hotspot in the world is secure. Click here to watch a report from NBC’s Today show on how easy it is to hack a public hotspot using a normal laptop and simple software.

Your private
information is exposed

Your usernames, passwords, Facebook account details, and other confidential information can literally be stolen out of the thin air. In a recent survey, 79% of people said they believe using free public WiFi can lead to identity theft, yet only 27% took steps to protect themselves.


 

The Solution

Connect with
confidence

PRIVATE WiFi is a Virtual Private Network (VPN), the most secure way to surf, share, shop, bank, and do everything else online. No one will be able to intercept or see your WiFi signal.

Bank-level
security

The software scrambles your device’s WiFi signal using 128-bit SSL encryption, the same proven technology trusted by major companies, banks, and government agencies.

Easy to use
anywhere

Patent-pending technology detects unsecure networks and activates itself automatically.
It works anywhere, even on the wired networks in many
hotel rooms.

75%

of the general public used free WiFi at coffee shops and restaurants in 2012.
Source: Identity Theft Resource Center - Mobile Device Survey

79%

of respondents to a recent survey believe that using free public WiFi can lead to identity theft.
Source: Identity Theft Resource Center - 2012 survey.

44%

of respondents did not know or don’t believe that there’s a way to protect their private information.
Source: Identity Theft Resource Center - 2012 survey.