How Safe Are You Online? #PrivacyIsNoGame

Internet and WiFi Privacy

“You are being watched. The government has a secret system: a machine that spies on you every hour of every day. I know, because I built it.” …………….While this is not the crime drama Person of Interest, if you connect to Wi-Fi with any mobile device then you will have malicious sites and others trying to watch you, track you, or even worse – hack you.

I have been using F-Secure’s Freedome for about a month now and I admit that I am surprised with how many tracking attempts there have been on my smartphone. I thought that I was careful about connecting to Wi-Fi and figured that I was not vulnerable. I avoid connecting to public Wi-Fi and try to only use Wi-Fi at home because I thought that that was a safer option – WRONG!

Here’s the proof. Take look below at how many tracking attempts there were on my device and it even blocked a harmful attack….all this from what I thought was a secure Wi-Fi connection.

F-Secure Freedome Blocked and Protected My Phone

1 Harmful Site Blocked and 4578 Tracking Attempts Blocked……4578…WOW!

Freedome is a combination of a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service and malware protection for your iOS or Android device.  (A VPN is a secure, encrypted connection between you and another computer or Internet device).

F-Secure Freedome is easy to set up and use. View my earlier post here to learn how.

Just how easy is it for hackers to access passwords and other private information over public Wi-Fi? You will be shocked after reading this.

You can try F-Secure Freedome free for 90 days. Click this link and enter code qsf257

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I would love to hear how many tracking attempts and harmful sites were blocked for you. Please leave a comment below.

I am a brand ambassador for F-Secure Freedome. Good or bad, my reviews are honest with my readers best interest in mind.

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