People - regardless who they are: adult or child, a journalist, a housewife, a manager, a secretary or a worker and regardless where they are: at home, at work, at school or even far away on holiday – may use Internet for shopping, reading news, watching videos, transferring money with on-line banking, blogging, chatting, being on Facebook or Twitter. One thing is common for them: they aren't aware of who is watching and analyzing their Internet network traffic for any reason.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) sell Internet browsing records to marketers or anyone else willing to pay for it. A full record of every site users visit, the text of every search they perform, and potentially user ID and even password information can still be part of this data. In addition to ISPs, the websites and search engines users visit have their own logs, containing the same or more information.
Hackers continuously monitoring network traffic in order to get others' user ids and passwords in various systems: on-line banks, Facebook, Twitter or any other social networks.
If users (especially children) use Internet they might share personally identifying information with strangers, for example their location. But even if they don't do it their IP addresses tell where they are. IP addresses can be mapped to city and street information.
Simply colleagues, system administrators, bosses can monitor anyone's network traffic: what web pages an employee visits and what she/he does there.
SecDrive Tunneling service provides a good solution for these problems and helps keeping users' privacy while they use Internet. It encrypts all network traffic with the highly secure SSL technology, so observers who monitor network traffic won't be able to detect user ids, passwords or any data sent over the network. It also hides users' IP addresses from the servers of target web pages and systems. Further it makes possible to reach blocked web pages or services. That's the way how it keeps privacy and provides anonymity for everyone.
Anyone, who wants to keep her/his privacy and needs anonymity can use SecDrive Tunneling: normal everyday users and people living in dictatorships to write about local events to encourage political reform without risking the personal consequences or simply reached blocked contents on the Internet.
SecDrive (secdrive.com) also provides a service called NET DRIVE to store and shar any kind of data (photos, documents, movies, …) in a secure virtual drive. It also gives a handy file backup/restore feature for the case of computer crash or theft.