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Spotflux Announces Worldwide Release of Spotflux Free VPN for Android

August 5, 2013

Spotflux-RightToday we’re proud to release the brand new, completely redesigned Spotflux Free VPN for Android. We worked really hard on it, and we think you’re going to love the results.

We know you’ve been anticipating this release, and we are happy to announce worldwide availability in the Google Play Store. In addition to the security and privacy that you enjoy on our desktop apps, we’ve added bandwidth compression to make sure you can get the most out of your data plans. It’s fresh out of beta, polished up, and ready for you get your hands on.

Unlike low-end VPN providers that throttle your speed and simply hide your IP address, Spotflux Free VPN helps you to:

  • Save bandwidth and maximize your data plan
  • Stay private with pro-active privacy defense
  • Stay protected from malware

Enough talking, time to go and download the app.

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Wired: Online Security Stakes Have Been Raised

July 30, 2013

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This month Wired published a thought provoking piece about how the online security game has changed. Online services have been evolving at a rapid clip, and user adoption and behavior continually evolve to reflect that of a mainstream audience. The traditional form of online security is threatened increasingly by these changes, forcing innovation and rapid evolution to provide a worthwhile approach. The author outlines a new paradigm, citing Spotflux as an example in which handing the reins to others to handle security off the device and in the cloud provides an effective barrier of protection. Although this may not have the traditional form of what is considered device security, at Spotflux we believe this approach is the future. In fact, we’ve worked hard to build a massive infrastructure and some really deep technology to prove it.

http://www.wired.com/insights/2013/07/only-paranoid-survive-as-stakes-in-online-security-raised/