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Monday, April 04, 2011


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Cocoon is an awesome security/privacy product and I have seen it come a long way since last year. BTW, I was one of their beta testers. I actually wanted to know who the developers were behind the product and when I found out that Brian was involved (original author of the BASH shell)- I was more than willing to check it out.

I have been involved in malware research at social networking sites (mainly Twitter & Facebook)and find Cocoon (my nick for it is "GetCocoon")to be one of the tools I use to see if Malware will indeed infect a hard drive or if my experience will remain malware-free. I have not been disappointed. I also see it as having strong ability to protect against "malvertising."

I can't wait for the smart phone versions to arrive. I strongly believe that smart phones will be targeted this year at a level that we might not be prepared for.

Great company and great mission. Great interview George.


HughesNet Internet

Can I use Cocoon with satellite internet? I have HughesNet as a provider and they say thet their satellite service is already encrypted, cause it's used by military services and has a military encryption. Is it true? An Do I still need Cocoon in this case?

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Great article! Would love to read more like it!

Anonymous Web Browsing

Nice article

However i have a completely free solution for anonymity

You can www.passurl.net
Its the only proxy that do not record logs of visitors.However it block site such as paypal, alertpay to prevent people from using it for hacking
Anonymous Web browsing



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that this form of communication be less private and secure than its previous forms?

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