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Spotflux: Enjoy A Safer, More Secure & Encrypted Internet Browsing [Windows & Mac]

Sometimes, navigating the streets and lanes of the World Wide Web can be a dangerous and scary experience. Not everyone out there are nice friendly honest people so there’s a high chance of viruses, malware and people trying to steal your confidential information.  This is where Spotflux comes in.

Spotflux aims to make your Internet browsing experience a much safer one by offering you protection services for Windows and Mac.  The main service is an encrypted and secure connection.  All of your Internet traffic is re-routed through the Spotflux filters via a VPN tunnel where it is checked, and all viruses, malware, tracking cookies and other nasty critters are squashed and nuked.  This apparently slows your connection down slightly but the net profit is a much safer Internet experience.  This scanning is an on-going, continuous and real-time process.

encrypted internet browsing

Once you have installed and enabled the software, you don’t have to do anything more.  Just let it run and do its thing.

The software is available for Windows and Mac, with a mobile version apparently coming soon.


  • Install the Spotflux protection software for secure and encrypted Internet surfing.
  • All traffic re-routed through Spotflux servers where it is scanned for viruses and malware.
  • Free and simple to use.
  • Also read related article: How To Encrypt Your Dropbox Data With ENCFS [Linux].

Check out Spotflux @ http://launch.spotflux.com (from Mark @ Journal Of Curious Things)

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