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Alex Lloyd April 15, 2018

Protect your online privacy with Hotspot Shield

In this day and age, we’ve never been more exposed on the internet. Corporate giants like Facebook know more about us than some of our closest friends and hackers are increasingly coming up with new, innovative ways to steal our private information.

Don’t become a victim. Use Hotspot Shield’s FREE app to secure your connection today.

What is Hotspot Shield?

Hotspot Shield is a free privacy and security app that ensures your online activities are anonymous and hidden from prying eyes. When connected to the internet via Hotspot Shield, not only can a website not see who you are, neither can a hacker, government actor, or your Internet Service Provider (ISP). 

Hotspot Shield is trusted by over 600 million people in 200 countries to protect their online security, privacy, and their freedom of information.

Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Click here to download Hotspot Shield for FREE.

Step 2: Install Hotspot Shield onto your computer.

Step 3: Open the Hotspot Shield app and click the “connect” button.

With the Hotspot Shield app connected on your desktop computer or mobile phone, your internet traffic is now being routed through Hotspot Shield’s secure servers. There, it scrambles your data and provides you with a new IP address. Your data is traveling through a secure ‘tunnel’ which makes it impossible to trace.

You can protect up to 5 of your devices with Hotspot Shield’s military-grade encryption, so your online identity is kept private. With Hotspot Shield, you have the peace of mind in knowing that your sensitive information is secure and that you remain protected against harmful viruses and cyberspies. The Hotspot Shield app also boasts a Malware Protection feature to eliminate harmful viruses and help prevent phishing scams. 

It’s time to take online privacy and security into our own hands. Don’t rely on corporations to protect your data. Download Hotspot Shield for FREE today.

About Alex Lloyd

Alex Lloyd heads AnchorFree's content department. Before joining the team, he was a former professional race car driver—competing in the Indianapolis 500 four times—and has spent the past decade writing content for major publications such as Yahoo and CNN.

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