With hackers and governments routinely spying or monitoring most Internet traffic, we recommend using SafeIP to surf anonymously, encrypt your Internet traffic, and unblock websites, all for free with our private IP addresses. Foil your government or ISP from censoring, blocking, or monitoring your Internet activity by encrypting your web traffic. Prevent websites tracking you based on your Browser Fingerprint ID using our proprietary anti-tracking algorithm. SafeIP features include: Easily select from dozens of IP locations around the world. Compatible with all browsers, games, and Internet applications. Block all cookies before they can be saved to your PC. Speed up your web browsing by blocking unwanted websites. Application translations available in 26 languages. Selected features such as Speed Boost with VPN and use with Torrents require a Pro license. Try our proprietary Optimizations feature to tell SafeIP the best way to configure your IP settings depending on your Internet usage activity.
What's new in this version:
New IP locations, more translations, and automatic update notification.
Definitely does the job...so well that with all features activated you cannot access most personal/popular websites requiring login.
Download may have malware attached wich was detected by Norton!
Cannot fully disable program as it appears to run in backgroud logging all activity even when you disable/exit program. Even when disable though Task Manager Process/Services it has the ability to restart itself.
IT WILL NOT LET NORTON DOWNLOAD UPDATES FROM SYMANTEC EVEN WHEN NOT IN USE!!! Had to delete in order to regain funtionality.
CAUTION!!! Maybe it works properly on operating systems other than Vista.
I had the same issues with SafeIP in Spring 2013 on a Windows 7 SP1 64 bit OS; only NONE of my then AV spotted it from download on through running. I found it running even when exited by accident, when running a GMER background scan...especially a bunch of "peek!" messages ordinarily appearing in malware prevention encyclicals describing Win32 trojans/backdoors, like it somehow sent something even when off (I never did anything like Wireshark traffic as I just wanted it gone). Oddly, neither my nor even VirusTotal scanners could see ANY problem(s), green check marks all, when I asked to check the installer I downloaded, so its program may download separately through it; I've heard only AV with CPU/kernel patch scanning can even find it routinely. I too had to uninstall it to get it to stop, even clean reinstalling my OS just to be sure. I've got "better" AV now, and just wanted to chime in that it doesn't sound like the OS version matters to the issue.