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What Is The Best AntiVirus Solution?

The term “antivirus” does NOT mean virus free. It simply describes software that is designed to detect and destroy computer viruses. The best antivirus program just makes your device virus resistant, NOT virus proof.

A top security expert at Symantec, one of the largest antivirus software companies, said “anti virus software only catches 45% of malware attacks”. How secure do you feel now?

So when Symantec then acquires technology that allows “users to browse any content without having viruses touch their network”, also called browser isolation, you take notice.

What happens in the cloud, stays in the cloud, and NOT on your device.

As the increasing number of cyber attacks are proving, you can add as many antivirus programs or use a browser with a VPN, but that STILL doesn’t stop the browser from running on the device, which is where the virus attacks happen.

Browser isolation, also known as cloud browsing, isolates the browser from the device so that all malicious code stays on the server in the cloud, and never touches the user’s device. This makes it so the device cannot get a virus. This is VIRUS PROOF browsing!

Jumping on the cloud browsing bandwagon are three of the largest and most respected financial institutions (JP Morgan, HSBC and American Express) All three have backed this technology.

The tipping point for cloud browsing acceptance happened last year when the Department of Defense announced they were adopting the cloud browser.
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Virus Proof and Private?

Browsing the Web without fear of viruses is great but what about online privacy?

TraceFree, the very first private cloud browser, combines security as well as the ability to hide a user’s identity while browsing. Users can also feel safe knowing websites can’t identify or track them while surfing the Web. Because all cookies are placed on the server in the cloud and NOT on the user’s device, a TraceFree user has their own privacy policy which trumps the site’s they visit.

For the first time, a user can hide their identity, device and location from any website. Their Internet provider cannot see what sites they visit either.

The question is, do you want a safer Internet or do you want to use TraceFree and have a SAFE and PRIVATE Internet?

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