Antibes, France (PressExposure) December 05, 2007 -- Surfing the Web without running the risk of being spied on by a stranger is no longer a certainty for the user, raising the need for special attention and precautions.
Governments from countries such as Germany and the United States of America would like to conduct indiscriminate online searches, which would certainly meet with resistance once access to the personal data of innocent people is not justified.
Opponents of online searches remind us that citizens' rights to privacy and anonymity on the Internet will be sharply reduced in the name of security through that method.
Even if confidential searches on PC's data are currently forbidden by governmental entities, there is still an urgent need to create a legal basis for the access.
SecurStar offers SurfSolo as a solution for protecting Internet navigation data against unauthorized access and ensures the user privacy, guaranteeing their anonymity and preventing them from being identified or spied on.
The software makes the user invisible on the web. Changing the IP address to one that is not traceable, the connection is carried out by one of SecurStar's servers located in others countries such as Germany, China (Hong Kong), the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Malaysia. SurfSolo acts as a secure PVN (Private Virtual Network) while each data packet is protected by 256 bit AES - Advanced Encryption Standard cryptography.
The solution is easily installed and works invisibly in the background. The Internet speed is only slightly affected by the program (depending on the connection type and download rates and distance from the chosen server).
SurfSolo offers: â¢ A secure, encrypted connection between the user and the SecurStar servers - no other server (the provider, for example) is able to monitor the user's navigation; â¢ A private email account (with no limit on the size of the mailbox) in which the real IP address is not visible by other users; â¢ Privacy-Tunnel-Surfing, all protocols (including SSL "https" sites); â¢ Private instant messaging; â¢ Anonymous newsgroups access; â¢ Anonymous P2P-sharing.