What is Privacy Software?

Privacy software is designed to safeguard your personal data, such as your location, email activity, or online searches, by intercepting & blocking requests. Additionally, it enables you to tunnel your internet connection, making it appear as if you're logging in from anywhere.

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Why do you need software for privacy?

No one likes to be watched or tracked – even if they have nothing to hide.
Your data may not always be securely stored, increasing the risks of identity theft and cyberattacks.

While using public Wi-Fi

Secure your connection on public Wi-Fi, so you can browse in full privacy. Hackers have many methods to steal your data on public hotspots, because with our software your online traffic is invisible to them.

While traveling

When traveling, you're often connecting to various public Wi-Fi networks, such as those in airports, cafes, or hotels. These networks can be less secure, making it easier for hackers to intercept your data

While browsing

Government agencies, marketers, and internet service providers would all love to track and collect your browsing history, messages. Hide it using our software and keep your data to yourself.

While gaming

Like gaming online? You can forget about DDoS attacks, or bandwidth throttling. Getting doxxed won't be problem since we offer masked mails, numbers & cards combined with our VPN.

While shopping

Avoid targeted pricing, fake websites, and bait or switch attacks with our software. Shop securely, knowing your credit card details are safe from snoopers even on public networks.

While streaming

Watch your favorite TV shows without slowdowns. We can save your movie night by preventing your ISP from throttling your connection and giving you 100+ new movies and series to watch.

What does privacy software do?

Privacy software helps safeguard your online identity by masking your personal information such as email addresses, phone numbers, and credit card details. By using masked emails, numbers, and cards, it prevents websites and services from accessing your real data, reducing the risk of identity theft, spam, and fraud.

By blocking cookies, snoopers, and trackers, privacy software fortifies your digital security. Cookies can track your browsing habits, while snoopers and trackers can monitor your online activities for various purposes, including targeted advertising and data harvesting. Blocking these elements helps protect your privacy and prevents unauthorized access to your sensitive information.

Privacy software offers tools such as encrypted emails and virtual private networks (VPNs) to ensure secure communication and data transmission. Encrypted emails protect the content of your messages from being intercepted or accessed by unauthorized parties. VPNs encrypt your internet connection, preventing hackers, government surveillance, and other entities from monitoring your online activities, thus enhancing your privacy and security.

Additionally, privacy software like VPNs allows you to bypass geo-restrictions and access content that may be blocked in your region. By connecting to servers in different countries, you can circumvent censorship measures and enjoy unrestricted access to websites, streaming services, and online gaming platforms. This feature provides freedom of information and entertainment, regardless of your physical location.

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Understanding the Privacy Risks of the internet

Privacy Risk

Browsing unprotected exposes personal data to tracking by advertisers and data brokers, compromising privacy. Detailed profiles are created from browsing habits, location data, and online purchases, leading to potential manipulation and exploitation.

Security Threats

Unprotected browsing invites malware like viruses and spyware, phishing attacks, and interception on public Wi-Fi, resulting in identity theft, financial fraud, and device compromise. Without protection, devices become vulnerable to exploitation, risking sensitive data.

Content Exposure

Unprotected browsing increases exposure to harmful content like violence, explicit imagery, scams, and misinformation. Children are particularly vulnerable, facing risks of encountering inappropriate material, online predators, and cyberbullying. Proactive measures are essential to safeguard mental well-being and promote a safer online environment.

How does VPN tunneling work?

The VPN tunnel is created by first authenticating your client — a computer, smartphone, or tablet— with a VPN server. The server then uses one of several encryption protocols to make sure that no one can monitor the information traveling between you and your online destination.

Here you should remember that before being sent and received over the internet, any data needs to first be split into packets. To ensure each data packet stays secure, a VPN service wraps it in an outer packet, which is then encrypted through a process called encapsulation.

This exterior packet keeps the data secure during the transfer, and it is the core element of the VPN tunnel. When the data arrives at the VPN server, the outer packet is removed to access the data within, which requires a decryption process.

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Frequently asked questions

Can you be tracked if you use Privacy software?

Depending on what privacy software you are using..

With our software we can guarentee you wont be tracked, unlike a VPN that is not an all-in-one solution for anonymity but rather an extra layer of security that protects your internet traffic.

Is using a Privacy Software legal?

Yes, Privacy software is legal in all countries around the world, including the US, Canada, and Europe, as long as you don’t do anything illegal while using it.

However, countries that enforce online surveillance and censorship may restrict VPN usage or ban VPN services altogether. For example, VPNs are illegal in North Korea, Belarus, Oman, Iraq, and Turkmenistan. Other countries, like Russia and China, heavily restrict the use of VPNs.

Are there any alternatives for Privacy Software?

Yes, While there are no privacy software companies like WhyNotPrivacy you can use other software that offers similar features like a VPN.

Is a virtual private network safe to use?

Yes, if you choose a trustworthy VPN service provider, using it is absolutely safe.

What is a VPN provider you can’t trust? The one that says it’s free. It will track your online activity, what websites you visit, the content you interact with, and sell it to the highest bidder. Why? Because they must maintain hundreds of servers in different countries and hire people to take care of the infrastructure. A service that big has to make money somehow, so you end up paying for it in some way. Besides, a free VPN won’t encrypt your connection properly and might even contain malware or spy on your entire local network.

All of this means that if you do your research and choose the best VPN provider out there, using a VPN isn’t dangerous.

Should I leave my VPN on all the time?

Yes, you should keep your virtual private network on all the time — with a few exceptions. It’s the only way to be sure that your real location and IP address are hidden, online data encrypted, and browsing history invisible to your internet service provider and other third parties.

What’s the average price for a Privacy Software?

We don't know since we are the only all in one privacy software out there, that's why we can't provide a specific price comparison. However, you could purchase a VPN based on specific features they offer, which can provide some level of safety. Typically, VPNs range in price from around $14 to $16 per month.