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What Is A Virtual Private Browser?

A virtual private browser combines the security of a virtual browser with the privacy features of a private browser.

Online privacy (and security) is so much more than hiding your ip address, blocking ads and cookies or your search queries. It can ONLY be accomplished if your computing device is NEVER seen or touched by a website.

All  “private” browsers claim to keep you private online but can any of them offer you proof?

We invite you to use your VPN,  private browser (Tor, Brave, Epic), ad blocker and plugin and see if you are really private online.

For demonstration purposes only!

Pretty alarming isn’t it?

Was this website able to touch your computer? Don’t worry, this was just a harmless demonstration.

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We don’t mean to scare you but we are trying to EDUCATE you. Your VPN, private browser, and antivirus solution DO NOT PREVENT a website from touching your computer.

If this site can TOUCH your device, that means EVERY SITE can identify, track and has the ability to infect your device!

If you want to see how much data websites and your Internet provider see when you browse, take the complete TraceFree Challenge

You are ALWAYS Private & Secure with TraceFree

This means you can NEVER be identified, tracked or infected.

TraceFree always keeps you completely anonymous and it is also considered the FIRST virus free browser

When you are TraceFree there is no browsing evidence on your device for your employer, spouse, kids, lawyer or nosy coworker to see.

Even the techiest tech guy can never tell what sites you visited.

Isn’t it time to get TraceFree, the only virtual private browser,

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