We can see the following about you:
|Your IP Address:||188.8.131.52|
|You are in:||United States|
Every web site you visit or internet service you use can see the same, which can be used to track back to you personally.
Kryptnet replaces this information with its own and we do not keep logs, so there is no way to track back from a site you visited to you.
Accessing the internet over a public WiFi network - at a coffee shop, hotel, friend's house or airport is open to snooping by anyone with the right equipment (even just a laptop).
Like a radio transmission, WiFi is a broadcast that just about anyone can receive. This can leave you open to identity theft, or worse.
Kryptnet encrypts your WiFi connection. Anyone "listening in" will only "hear" a garbled mess, meaning your security is assured.
Governments and Internet Service Providers are increasingly tracking and recording all internet activity - including sites visited and email - using Deep Packet Inspection technology (DPI). ISPs use DPI to throttle Video on Demand, P2P and other services.
Kryptnet encrypts all your internet traffic between your computer and our servers and disguises it as normal web browsing - defeating DPI and making it indeciperable to those who would spy on it.