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The Safest Browser
The Web is a dangerous place these days and anti virus programs are not able to keep up to date with the new viruses bad guys introduce and how they introduce them
So how can you be COMPLETELY safe when you browse the Web?
There is new browsing technology called “remote browsing” which isolates the browser from your computer so that NO viruses can ever gain access to your computer. It is so secure the Dept of Defense uses a remote browser.
Now, for the first time, it is available for consumers. It is called a “virtual private browser“. Don’t confuse a virtual private browser with a virtual private network or (VPN).
A VPN does NOT keep you from getting a virus.
Here is a Safety Check Tool you can use.
Could our site open your computer?
If our website can open your computer, it means your anti virus program or browsing solution is not safe enough.
DO NOT WORRY, this was just a harmless demonstration.
We are trying to EDUCATE you on how that any browser that runs on YOUR computer instead of in the cloud, makes you completely vulnerable to viruses.
TraceFree Is The Safest Browser
TraceFree, the ONLY virtual private browser runs on a server in the cloud and NOT on your computer. No website can ever see or touch your computer because your computer never visits it. The browser on our server visits the website. This also means every browsing session is always virus free.
If you want to TRULY hide your browsing from cyberthieves, Google and the government, get TraceFree.
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Introducing Trace Free
The Safest Way To Browse The Web
“Always Safe Always Private Browsing”