Winston Online Privacy Device Protects Your Privacy on the Internet

Winston online privacy device is designed to connect in your home network and provide you and your family a secure way to access the Internet. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

Winston Online Privacy Device Protects Your Privacy on the Internet

The Winston is an advanced online privacy device that measures 117 x 117 x 24.8mm. As we can see from the images, it delivers a minimalistic and elegant appearance design with its box-shaped aluminum casing, and the compact design allows it to fit anywhere in your house, and with a foldable stand, it supports both horizontal and upright positions.

With included gigabit Ethernet cables, you can easily connect the security device into your home network in order to scramble, encrypt and anonymize your home internet activity using its own Distributed Network, and it’s able to protect everything on the home network including computers, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and all connected smart home devices.

Winston Online Privacy Device Protects Your Privacy on the Internet

Once joining in your home network, Winston will route your web traffic through 20-30 other Winston units, which are selected randomly several times each hour, so you will never worry about your IP address being leaked.

Moreover, it also features a powerful list with over 90,000 tracking and malware sites blocked, intelligent cookie filtering, and AI-based threat analysis. Using its online dashboard, you can inspect blocked ads and trackers, view your network health, monitor activity, modify privacy settings and check detailed usage reports. In addition, by reducing data usage by an average of 45 percent, the network security device can also accelerate web browsing.

The team behind Winston is raising fund for the product on Kickstarter. We can pledge $189 to preorder the online privacy device. It will be shipped in June 2019.

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