I’ve always been concerned about online privacy, probably more so because I’m a woman.
Have you ever tried looking up someones IP address in order to find out more about them? Sometimes it’s really easy to discover things that others might wish to keep private.
Now just to explain a little bit. An IP address is a unique internet ID that’s assigned to your computer by your Internet service provider. Everyone has one. Your IP address might change each time you go online or it might always be the same address for as long as you are serviced by your current Internet provider.
If some really wants to find out who you are, and even where you live, your IP address might be able to tell them that information very quickly and easily.
Isn’t that a scary thought?
NetConceal incorporated was established in 2005. The company has concentrated on developing software products to protect online privacy and has created online security solutions for personal and corporate customers.
Now you can take advantage of NetConceal’s expertise and use their new NetConceal Anonymity Shield to hide your IP address.
The ability to hide your IP address that the NetConceal Anonymity Shield offers will virtually protect your privacy and keep websites from collecting your personal data when you surf online. Netconceal works by leaving random fake IP addresses whenever you visit a website that collects data.
You can use the Netconceal Anonymity Shield while surfing the web or doing any other online activity such as emailing your friends, relatives and businesses, or even when you’re using P2P file sharing, or chatting online using instant messengers.
The website knew I was located in Canada since I’m not yet concealing my IP address, so when I went to check to see how much this software costs it gave me the price in Canadian dollars. It’s $30.48 Canadian, and the US price is $24.95. That seems like a fairly low price to pay for online privacy and security doesn’t it?
If you’d like, you may download a trial copy of the NetConceal Anonymity Shield prior to buying the software program. A trial version will work for either 8 days, or 8 runs – whichever comes first.