You Don't Have to Pay Money to Protect Your Online Privacy and Security With Virtual World Computing's Updated Browser
Cocoon Secure Cloud Browser Now Free
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., September 7, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Virtual World Computing announces Cocoon browser services now are available for free. Cocoon is a cloud browser that protects users from being hacked, tracked, and attacked by keeping viruses, malware, ransomware, and hackers from penetrating a computer hard drive.
“It’s crazy out there, the threats to your computer, theft of your personal data, and absolute lack of online privacy are everywhere and out of control," explains Jeff Bermant, CEO of Virtual World Computing. "The reason I’m offering Cocoon for free is that I want to help people to take back control. Our product is like a Swiss Army knife, easy to use and can do many things. Cocoon protects from hacking and malware and provides complete privacy. It has great anti-virus protection and you have unrestricted access when you take it around the world."
How it works: Cocoon 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 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 is available for free download and account sign-up at getcocoon.com.
About Virtual World Computing:
With over 9 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 Internet experience by ensuring that their computer and personal information are secure and protected from malicious attacks, tracking and identity theft, no matter wherever you go. Visit getcocoon.com for more information.
Source: Virtual World Computing