Freedome VPN App from F-Secure Fills Online Privacy Gaps for Mac Users

by May 11, 2015 0 comments

OS X delivers an intuitive user experience and pleasing aesthetic design to Mac users, and many MacBook owners can be seen enjoying their machines in public. But enjoying these devices in cafes and other places offering free Wi-Fi means Mac users are taking more risks with their privacy than their PC counterparts, making F-Secure’s new Freedome for Mac app an important tool to help OS X users control their online privacy.

Freedome for Mac addresses the needs of Mac users by wrapping a comprehensive set of protection tools into a single, easy-to-use app – essentially providing a premium online experience to Mac users. Freedome creates a secure VPN tunnel for Internet traffic, which protects users against criminals looking to intercept communications, companies trying to track online behavior, and malicious websites trying to infect computers. It also lets users choose from a selection of 17 virtual locations that can help them circumvent the geo-blocks used to restrict access to region locked content.

Freedome for Mac is now available for a free trial, and annual subscriptions can be purchased for a small fee. There are also multi-device subscriptions that can help people protect combinations of OS X, Windows PC, Android, iOS, and Amazon Fire devices, with a 50% off discount on 3-device subscriptions being offered until May 7.

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