Why do I need a Secure Connection like Comodo TrustConnect?
If you are logging onto the Internet using Wi-Fi public hotspots, then all of your information is in a readable, plain text format that cyber criminals can sniff. In addition, many hotels have sniffable wired networks. When you're traveling, all of your information can be seen, including confidential company and personal information.
What is a Sniffer?
Typically, a computer will only receive traffic aimed at its TCP/IP address. Sniffer software allows a computer to record traffic headed to (and from) every computer on the local network.
What Operating Systems does Comodo TrustConnect support?
Comodo TrustConnect will work on Windows 7, Vista and XP, Mac OS X, all versions of Linux that have kernel 2.4 and greater, FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
Do I have to use a wireless connection to use Comodo TrustConnect?
Not at all. Some networks, even if they are physically hard-wired and not wireless, do not have secure connections. You can use Comodo TrustConnect even from a wired connection if you need to encrypt your session or hide your destination. If you'd like another layer of protection, Comodo TrustConnect can provide it.
I have a Wi-Fi at home with WEP turned on. Am I safe?
No. Cyber criminals can break WEP encryption with easy-to-acquire tools that are available on the Internet. Computers without firewalls are even more vulnerable to attack. Comodo TrustConnect will help make your connection secure even on your home-based Wi-Fi connection.
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I'm a cyber criminal myself and I'd like to use this service to do all of my dirty work: breaking into others' personal information, stealing credit cards, sending SPAM and breaking other laws. Will you tell?
Yes we will. We have logs of all system connections and will provide them to the proper authorities upon request. We're trying to eliminate the web of people like you, not help you do your dirty work.
I have more questions. Who should I contact?