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Advancing the state of VPN (Virtual Private Networking) technology - GoTrusted announced today that its network security protocol, currently used globally by customers to secure and encrypt their Internet connections, was issued a patent by the United States Patent and Trade office.
GoTrusted, a leading provider of global Internet security services, announced today the signing of an agreement with Experian Consumer Direct, part of Experian plc (LON: EXPN), the leading global information services company.
Today GoTrusted announced the availability of a suite of military-grade high-encryption libraries available as an Android application. The new GoTrusted Mil-Crypt Android application provides AES-256 bit encrypted protection to VoIP (voice over IP) and data channels on the devices.
GoTrusted.com launches a new TV commercial that uses humor to address a serious computer security issue when using public Wi-Fi hotspots. Introducing the character "Mr. TMI," using the common expression "Too Much Information," to illustrate a personality that reveals all his information, the company hopes to bring to light the vulnerabilities of casual Wi-Fi use.
GoTrusted.com launched a new Internet security VPN service for the Android line of mobile phones and devices. The new GoTrusted VPN (Virtual Private Networking) service encrypts data communication from the Android over the local Wi-Fi network and also provides protection for the device from other malicious Wi-Fi users.
Today GoTrusted.com launched a new Internet security application for the Apple Macintosh that encrypts all Internet activity over insecure public 'hotspot' Wi-Fi connections.
GoTrusted.com today launched a new service to secure Wi-Fi and Edge based Internet connections for Apple iPhone users. The new service protects iPhones from vulnerabilities exploited over insecure networks and encrypts all of the iPhone’s Internet traffic. The service is initially offered free to try for all iPhone users.