The Geeks received an invitation to test Anonymizer, Inc.’s new consumer-based online privacy and identity protection service called Anonymizer Universal which was released in June. Anonymizer Universal creates a secure and encrypted VPN tunnel between the user and The Anonymizer Network to prevent interception of identifiable information, or “packet sniffing.” The technology protects the user… Continue reading Review: Anonymizer Universal, Privacy and Identify Protection
Secure USB flash drives seems to be a GfG meme these days, so it’s fitting that we review one such product in more depth. The SAFE from Life Link International is an encrypted 2GB USB thumb drive that comes pre-loaded with over 40 forms on which you can enter personal information. The main point of… Continue reading Review: The SAFE – Encrypted Info Vault on a USB Drive
Just today, I was explaining to someone why they needed to encrypt or at least password-protect their USB flash drive. There is one simple, overarching reason – if you lose it, someone else has easy access to all the data on your thumb drive, and they’re easy to lose/forget about.
Legacy Locker opened up its doors today. Go secure your online assets. Read our review of Legacy Locker if you’d like to know more first.
One of GfG’s friends, Jeremy Toeman (of LIVEdigitally fame) has co-founded what we feel is an indispensable service for anyone that ‘lives’ online in any sense of the word. It’s called Legacy Locker (LL) and is essentially a secure store for your online assets, things such as passwords, account info, & documents. More importantly, it… Continue reading Legacy Locker ensures your digital assets are passed onto your beneficiaries when you die