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#1 raborban


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Posted 08 March 2012 - 09:22 AM

Cocoon is a brilliant idea — and like most sparks of brilliance, it’s also simple. Fundamentally, Cocoon is a browser add-on for Firefox that shoehorns all of your surfing traffic through an SSL-encrypted tunnel. Unlike VPNs and free proxies, there’s no messy configuration — you just install an add-on, type in your password, and voila: safe and secure browsing. The original plan, after graduating from beta testing, was to charge $55 per year for the service, but Cocoon has now announced that it will be a free service.

Read more: http://www.extremetech.com/internet/89840-cocoon-goes-free-the-one-shot-solution-for-secure-and-private-firefox-browsing

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