The internet is advancing faster than anyone could have imagined, but hackers, advertisers, and your own internet service provider are keeping up with the times when it comes to grabbing your information. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) can encrypt your data to protect you, but keeping all of your devices connected without service interruptions creating a security hole is easier said than done. The Keezel Safe Internet Device is a physical manifestation of the best that VPNs have to offer, with extra features to keep you even safer.
Once you connect your laptop, tablet, and smartphone to the Keezel, it encrypts each device’s traffic without complicated installations or settings. You can also use the Keezel on gadgets that don’t support VPNs, like Rokus or Chromecasts. Your public IP address gets replaced with a random one that can’t be traced back to you for ultimate security, and it blocks ads and malware to prevent additional information collection from malicious parties.
The Keezel is great for traveling, too: if you get two of them, you can bring one with you and leave the other one at home, allowing you to access content that may be restricted overseas. It also has a USB-port for charging your phone on the go.
Usually, the Keezel Safe Internet Device goes for $599, but right now it’s 25% off for a sale price of $449.
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