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Encrypted storage and online privacy now available in a download
The awareness of how invasive modern technology has become continues to increase. Every second of our daily lives is connected to the internet and that activity, information and footprint is collected, stored, analyzed, bought, shared and sold. The benefit to society and life is immense but there should be an option to disconnect from that stream, to connect to the internet without our identity being required.
The NinjaStik Now includes the Tor Browser Bundle which provides a safe, secure, anonymous browsing experience. Users can download the NinjaStik Now image and burn it to any usb or hdd drive. Designed from the ground up to be intuitive and convenient, the user simply plugs the NinjaStik into an USB port and boots the computer from the USB. The NinjaStik is entirely self-contained - the operating system, built on Lubuntu Linux, is secured with 256 bit encryption as are all files, data and activity. It features a user-friendly desktop, all of the latest drivers and will run on most Intel based computers including Mac and PC, 32 and 64 bit processors.
Computer users using the NinjaStik will be online with Tor in less than a minute. From a powered off computer to an open browser with Tor connection confirmed in 60 seconds. Even on older computers and netbooks, the NinjaStik is fast, responsive and easy to use.
All NinjaStiks automatically check for any updates to the Tor software. It also checks the entire operating system providing an alert when updates are required. The user only needs to enter their password and make a few clicks to ensure the system is completely up to date.
Professional, positive customer service is vital to any consumer product. NinjaStik provides helpful assistance with any customer difficulties and backs every NinjaStik with a money back satisfaction guarantee.
Dan Tynan from ITWorld said: "So for those times when you really don't want your friendly national surveillance service (or that freak Carrie Mathison from "Homeland") watching everything you do online, there's NinjaStik. For everything else there's, well, everything else. I feel much safer already."
NinjaStik is based in Toronto Canada, established in 2011.
For more information visit https://www.NinjaStik.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org