Syfer makes it easy to protect your online privacy

Keeping some kind of control over your data can feel like a losing battle at times. Syfer is a new device that lets you protect your online privacy in seconds — no technical knowledge required.

  • Is it possible to stop hackers and trackers? Yes, but you will need to use a VPN, or virtual private network.
  • What is a VPN? It’s a service that reroutes your data via a remote server, usually in order to mask your true identity.
  • What’s the easiest way to get VPN protection? Syfer is a plug-in-and-play device that provides instant VPN coverage.

In the digital world, data is currency. Governments want to monitor their citizens and social networks gather data in order to sell advertising. If you live in the USA, there’s a good chance your ISP is collecting information about you and selling it to third parties.

Thankfully, there is an easy way to stop this nonsense. Syfer is a device that provides instant online privacy protection for every device on your home network. Just as importantly, the device also stops cyber criminals from stealing your personal data.

How to protect your online privacy

Online privacy has been eroding for years. Most websites now collect some data about every visitor — even if it’s only in the name of analytics.

But after the Facebook scandal and a series of high-profile security breaches, many of us are starting to think carefully about the data trail we leave behind.

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Syfer offers plug-and-play VPN protection

If you’re concerned about your online privacy or the risk of cybercrime, Syfer should be on your wishlist. This easy-to-use device lets you set up a foolproof digital shield in seconds. You don’t need any technical knowledge to make it work, and the system uses AI to keep you safe.

Instant VPN protection

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Syfer plugs into your router

In physical terms, Syfer is a 5.5-inch long black box. The only outstanding features are the Ethernet ports at either end.

In contrast, there is nothing simplistic about the software that Syfer runs. Firstly, this device provides instant VPN protection. Instead of connecting directly to the hosting server of each website, Syfer reroutes your data through a nearby masking server. This means your IP address and physical location are invisible to trackers and hackers.

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Go anonymous with Syfer

To make doubly sure that your data won’t leak, Syfer applies AES-256 encryption to your connection. As a result, you can use online banking with total peace of mind.

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Protect all your devices with Syfer

As you browse the web, Syfer blocks phishing attacks and annoying ads. Parents also have the option to apply safeguards on certain content.

cyber security - Syfer makes it easy to protect your online privacy

Get total online privacy with Syfer

The most impressive thing about Syfer, however, is the connection speed. You can easily stream your favorite shows without any lag. What’s more, Syfer unlocks geo-restricted sites such as Hulu, iPlayer and more.

“Powered by the world’s top cyber threat intelligence feeds and our proprietary machine learning algorithms, Syfer detects and fends off malicious activity in real-time.” — SYFER on IndieGoGO

Simple online privacy

Taking control of your data can be difficult and time-consuming. For folks leading busy lives, Syfer offers a simple online privacy solution.

Ongoing costs?

You can get lifetime VPN protection when you purchase the Syfer box. But how long is “lifetime”? It’s something worth bearing in mind.

Availability

– IndieGoGo: Until December 21st

– Pledge: $199 USD

– Delivery: April 2019

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.

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