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Alex Lloyd April 29, 2018

Protect your family with Hotspot Shield

It can be a scary world online, especially for kids. Almost daily we hear stories about hackers, stalkers, and other cybercriminals targeting children. And yet there’s also plenty of good on the web. So what do you do as a parent? How can you ensure your child is protected on the internet?

The simplest way parents are protecting their children is by installing Hotspot Shield for FREE on their mobile and desktop devices.

Hotspot Shield is an internet security and privacy app used by 600 million people in more than 200 countries. It encrypts and secures your internet connection, making all of your online activities anonymous and hidden from prying eyes.

When connected to the internet via Hotspot Shield, not only can a website not see who you are, neither can a hacker or cyberstalker. It prevents against harmful malware, phishing scams that often lead to ransomware, and many other forms of nastiness that happens each day on the web.

Here’s how it works

Step 1: Click here to download Hotspot Shield for FREE.

Step 2: Install Hotspot Shield onto your computer.

Step 3: Open the Hotspot Shield app and click the “connect” button.

Your device now boasts military-grade encryption, protecting it from known malware and phishing scams.

With Hotspot Shield, you can protect up to 5 devices in your home — including your desktop computers, laptops, phones, and tablets. Whenever your child is online, whether at home or at school, their connection will be secure and their identity anonymous.

Hotspot Shield routes your web traffic through its secure servers, scrambling the data and switching out the device’s IP address with a new one that can’t be traced.

This gives you the peace of mind that your family’s private information is hidden from anyone looking to do harm.

So take back your privacy and enjoy peace of mind, knowing your family is secure.  

About Alex Lloyd

Alex Lloyd heads AnchorFree's content department. Before joining the team, he was a former professional race car driver—competing in the Indianapolis 500 four times—and has spent the past decade writing content for major publications such as Yahoo and CNN.

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