Cloudnymous launches cloud-based privacy cloak
As customer data is spread evenly across the cloud, even if a server is brought down, customer data cannot easily be retrieved.
The company is a new player to the tech field, launching earlier this year. The cloud-based VPN service offers "true" anonymity and protection of the user's data through strong encryption protocols, according to the firm -- and may be of particular interest to those trying to circumvent location-based restrictions online.
"Cloudnymous is perfect for U.S. visitors who want to watch Hulu or listen Pandora overseas, to Asian users wanting to open public sites restricted by local laws and simply for those who want to keep privacy while surfing the Internet", said Ruslan Sologub, a lead developer of the company.
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