In China? No VPN Needed With Virtual World Computing's Updated Browser

Global Access to U.S. Websites is Now Free with Cocoon Asia

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Virtual World Computing announced today that Cocoon Asia is now free and available for use in China. As China cracks down on VPN use, Cocoon Asia will allow more people to access valuable U.S.-based content, with greater ease and security.

Though Cocoon Asia acts like a VPN, it is actually a web browser that protects users from attack by keeping viruses, malware, ransomware, and hackers from penetrating a computer’s hard drive. Cocoon securely connects over any network to servers in the USA, thus allowing access to region-restricted site content.

Millions of people want access to U.S. content, but can't get it

Jeff Bermant, CEO of Virtual World Computing

“Millions of people want access to U.S. content, but can’t get it,” said Jeff Bermant, CEO and co-founder. “Cocoon Asia provides easy and free access to U.S. content while overseas. This is done privately, and securely — a luxury that sometimes isn’t available in the country where you may be visiting or living. This comes just in time as so many VPNs are being blocked or removed, leaving many travelers and locals with limited options for access.”

How it works: Cocoon Asia connects to secure servers to provide advanced isolation virus protection. This prevents anyone from touching a computer’s hard drive, even on public Wi-Fi networks. Enhanced privacy is provided by proxy browsing with military-grade encryption, protecting all digital transaction data and shielding IP addresses. In addition, Cocoon Asia lets you access U.S. content and region-restricted websites from anywhere in the world. Optional portable browsing history and remotely stored bookmarks keep data secure and convenient.

Cocoon Asia is available for download and free account signup at getcocoon.com/asia_free

About Virtual World Computing:
With over nine years of experience, VWC’s core business model is built on trust and integrity.  Its mission to the Internet community is to put each user in control of their online experience by giving them unrestricted access to any network as well as ensuring that their computer and personal information are secure and protected from malicious attacks, tracking and identity theft, no matter wherever they go. Visit getcocoon.com for more information.

Source: Virtual World Computing

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VWC's core business model is built on trust and integrity. Its mission to the Internet community is to put each user in control of their online experience by ensuring that their computer and personal information are secure and protected.

Jeff Bermant
Jeff Bermant
CEO and Co-Founder, Virtual World Computing
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