A New Way to Protect Your Digital Privacy

Dear Black Bag Confidential Reader,
I hope you are enjoying your holiday leftovers along with some peace and quiet this Saturday.
Without further ado, let’s dive into this week’s mailbag.
I am a security consultant and Army combat vet, for starters. I read most of your Alone and Unafraid. I wanted to mention another VPN worth considering called Cryptohippie. It’s a little expensive, but it is far more secure than anything I’ve ever used and reportedly has never been hacked. I just wanted to let you know of something useful. I think what you are doing is very beneficial to veterans and veterans of the Intelligence Community.
– John M.
Thank you for passing along this suggestion, John. I’ve never used this VPN (virtual private network) myself, but I’ll have to check it out.
First of all, it uses military-grade encryption, which is a good sign. Cryptohippie also boasts jurisdiction-aware routing and dynamic IP assignment – two features that make it harder for your internet activity to be tracked or profiled.

This post was published at Laissez Faire on Nov 25, 2017.

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