Safe Passage

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    "Locks up your system!"

    September 10, 2004  |   By CyberWoLfman


    After downloading Safe Passage, I gave it a try, even setting up an account so I could do my secure tunneling. However, after logging in, it locked up the test computer solid. :-P

    Out of all the products I've tried in the last ten years on-line, this is one of the WORST!

    Best to avoid this product, and if you want to keep what little remains of your privacy on-line, stick with things like PGPfreeware for encrypting e-mails, and the Anonymizer for anonymous Web-surfing. Both are free, too. :-)

    However, neither of them will keep others from ascertaining what ports you're using which is a dead giveaway to what you're doing, and even your traffic is monitored, by somebody...

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