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What Is An Unmanned Internet Vehicle?

A remote controlled browser is a completely safe and private way to browse the Web.

What is an Unmanned Internet Vehicle?

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What Is An Unmanned Internet Vehicle?

A remote controlled browser is a completely safe and private way to browse the Web.

When the military wants to surveil a location or person without being detected, or putting a soldier/pilot in harm’s way, they use a military drone.

From hundreds or thousands of miles away, a pilot using his own computer, can control a computer on an unmanned aerial vehicle. He can see everything the drone sees without ever jeopardizing himself or his computer.

If the drone is shot down, the computer controlling it and the network it’s on, are never in danger. The pilot simply launches a new drone.

This is the new way the military is able to safely fight terrorists.

The ability to remotely control another computer is not new. It has been used to kill the ignition switch in a car, dispose of a bomb and even perform surgery. Remotely controlling a browser has been called the safest way to browse the Web, and a “game changer”.

The Department of Defense uses it to protect their computers and network from cyber terrorists and now you can too.

TraceFree Is Like A Military Drone For Browsing

Using your own laptop or PC, a TraceFree user can remotely control a browser on a very powerful computer hundreds or thousands of miles away. No special equipment is required. Otherwise known by browsing as a service, every link, site and attachment are opened using that computer. You can see everything that browser sees, but YOUR COMPUTER is never in danger of getting a virus.

You no longer have to fear if a link is safe to open, or if an attachment is safe to download.

TraceFree uses artificial intelligence, so when the remote computer encounters a virus and is infected, the browsing session ends. Simultaneously, the browser is also disposed of and a new browser session is immediately launched. Viruses and malware can never see or touch your device. This is what makes TraceFree the best antivirus solution on the market today.

Rather than investigate which antivirus solution is the best, or what browser is the safest, corporations and consumers are instead adopting TraceFree as their cyber security insurance.

A military drone can fly up to 60K feet to avoid being seen, but when it comes to TraceFree, websites can see the computer that is visiting their site, but they cannot correctly identify who is really controlling the computer.

That means you are ALWAYS private on every website you visit.

All browsing history, cookies, trackers, viruses and malware stay on the remote computer, so there’s no browsing evidence on your computer. Because of this, not even your own computer will know where you surfed after the fact!

Only the U.S. Air Force knows who controlled a drone and only TraceFree knows who controlled a browser on the server. The U.S. Air Force doesn’t sell or share this info, and neither do we.

Are you ready to start surfing virus free? Get TraceFree today.

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