Spotflux is an alternative to simply browsing the Internet using the default settings as well as your ISP’s details. Using Spotflux, you can quickly and easily surf safer thanks to its encryption capabilities as well as save bandwidth thanks to its available compression technology.
This particular piece of software brags about huge numbers referring to billions of blocked malware and trackers or millions of megabytes representing saved bandwidth for all of its users.
Connect to a VPN
Once it starts, Spotflux connects to a VPN (virtual private network) in order to create the shell that keeps threats of all kinds at bay. Although much slower than your actual Internet connection, the fact that Spotflux helps you browse safer can, eventually, pay off the lack of speed.
Surf in an anonymous way and bypass geographical restrictions
Moreover, this application encrypts the Internet traffic so your location and identity are hidden from hackers. Spotflux can also be used to access websites that you wouldn’t normally be able to in some banned countries and vice versa.
One of the main advantages of Spotflux is privacy. Even on publicly-open Wifi hotspots, your connection is permanently encrypted and every incoming or outgoing data cannot be traced by cyberpunks. Furthermore, Spotflux relishes your browser with added malware detection as well as real time ad-blocking.
This program acts like heavenly manna for those of you limited to a number of available bandwidth because the saved megabytes are not drawn out of fairytale stories, but real life situations. Spotflux develops a shield that does exactly the opposite of what huge companies do: spying on everything you do when connected to the Internet. They vary from advertisers to governments as well as social networks such as Facebook.
Altogether, Spotflux can further grow into an essential Internet tool as long as users realize the benefits it offers. The real drawback regarding the performance issue tends to pale when comprehending the vast array of useful features. In the end, who - besides Facebook avid addicts - would not want to browse the Internet in a safer, more private way?