Black Friday and Cyber Monday mean plenty of online shopping as we track down gifts, coordinate with friends, and get everything shipped. So before you buy, protect yourself with a lifetime subscription to KeepSolid VPN, which has our best price ever for a limited time Black Friday Sale, no coupon needed.
Why You Need A Virtual Private Network
Even the most secure computer is subject to snooping. As you use the internet, your internet service provider and other organizations are logging your IP address and tracking where you go, all of it completely legal.
VPNs turn the table by routing all your traffic through a secure server. That way, when somebody tries to snoop, they stop at a server with no identifying information. It adds a layer of privacy to any connection you make to the internet, from public Wi-Fi to your home router.
Building On A Secure Foundation
KeepSolid uses that basic privacy as a starting point for a suite of privacy protection features that made it PC Mag's Top VPN. Offering your choice of VPN protocols, KeepSolid has a standing zero-log policy that ensures there's no record of where you go online, and it's easy to configure your VPN connection on your router, so you can log in and go.
All traffic is protected with 256-bit AES military-grade encryption, and you have a choice of over 400 servers in more than 80 countries to access your streaming sites and shopping areas. With proprietary apps for all your devices, and unlimited bandwidth and speed, you can log in and shop from anywhere this holiday season with the confidence that your data's harder to get at, and your purchase history is harder to track.
Get a KeepSolid VPN Unlimited Lifetime Subscription for $19.99 (reg. $199) for a limited time as part of our storewide Black Friday Sale!
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