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Globus Browser – First Secure Privacy Browser VPN & TOR. Full anonymity and security at the highest level.
Globus has created a Virtual Private Network (VPN) browser built on the Chromium base. The browser is specifically designed to escape from service providers' restrictions. As technology progresses, privacy and security become an escalating issues, Globus Browser is the solution to these concerns.
Globus is the answer for the growing international demand for secure applications. Our product is far easier, more reliable and convenient to use than any other solution available today. Globus Browser is an “Out of the Box” product with no limitations by default, which is simple and secure unlike most of the other available VPN solutions.
How does it work?
With the help of the VPN agent, all traffic is automatically redirected through Globus owned servers in England, Germany, US, Russia and other countries. Every user can choose the preferred location of the server through which the traffic will be redirected at any time with a click of a mouse
.… It’s just that simple!
Globus uses the encryption key of 1028-bit to 2048-bit, meaning even the most sophisticated machine will require more than one million years to hack the key. By following available protocols as IPSEC VPN (universal and very fast) and OpenVPN (steady and extremely secure) it guarantees that this encryption type will indisputably protect your private information with ease.
Further more Globus has managed to embrace the VPN and Tor together for evenhigher level of privacy and security. Globus Servers+TOR allows you to visit the sites closed for the usual Internet browsing.
For those unaware or unfamiliar with VPN or Tor, we will explain what these are and how they enable the highest level of privacy and security.
Brief Introduction of VPN…
Every Internet user will realize that all his or her actions on the Internet are written by his Internet Service Provider (ISP) or may be intercepted by third parties and that his personal IP address can be equated to his passport number.
This is how an ordinary Internet connection looks like. All Internet traffic is not encrypted. The destination node sees your real IP address.
And this is how a VPN Internet connection looks like. All Internet traffic is encrypted. The destination node sees VPN server's IP address.
Have you ever thought about the fact that absolutely all of your actions on the Internet can be tracked and used against your will? After all, ISP's usually collect all this data as they are bound to store it for quite a long time.
Globus VPN technology creates a secure tunnel between your PC and one of the VPN servers. The tunnel encrypts all user
's’ Internet traffic (including all applications' traffic) and hides user’s IP address by replacing it with the IP address of the VPN server. VPN service will become a supporting tool for those who care about safety and anonymity and those who don't want to share their personal data with their ISP's and those websites they visit.
Brief Introduction of Tor…
Tor is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. It also enables software developers to create new communication tools with built-in privacy features. Tor provides the foundation for a range of applications that allow organizations and individuals to share information over public networks without compromising their privacy.
Using Tor protects you against a common form of Internet surveillance known as "traffic analysis." Traffic analysis can be used to infer who is talking to whom over a public network. Knowing the source and destination of your Internet traffic allows others to track your behavior and interests.
How does traffic analysis work? Internet data packets have two parts: a data payload and a header used for routing. The data payload is whatever is being sent, whether that's an email message, a web page, or an audio file.
A basic problem for the privacy minded is that the recipient of your communications can see that you sent it by looking at headers. So can authorized intermediaries like Internet service providers, and sometimes unauthorized intermediaries as well. A very simple form of traffic analysis might involve sitting somewhere between sender and recipient on the network, looking at headers.
Once a circuit has been established, many kinds of data can be exchanged and several different sorts of software applications can be deployed over the Tor network. Because each relay sees no more than one hop in the circuit, neither an eavesdropper nor a compromised relay can use traffic analysis to link the connection's source and destination. Tor only works for TCP streams and can be used by any application with SOCKS support.
For efficiency, the Tor software uses the same circuit for connections that happen within the same ten minutes or so. Later requests are given a new circuit, to keep people from linking your earlier actions to the new ones.
Globus VPN + TOR…
This is a perfect security solution when users can route Tor through VPN services which will prevent your ISP from seeing that you're using Tor. On one hand, VPNs are more popular than Tor, so you won't stand out as much, but on the other hand, in some countries replacing an encrypted Tor connection with an encrypted VPN connection, would be suspicious as well but not with Globus VPN where one can select a specific server in a specific country of your choice. This is a win, win!
Once the VPN client has connected, the VPN tunnel will be the machine's default Internet connection, and TBB (Tor Browser Bundle) (or Tor client) will route through it.
Another advantage here is that this prevents Tor from seeing who you are behind the Globus VPN. So if somebody somehow does manage to break Tor and learn the IP address your traffic is coming from, but your VPN was actually following through on their premises (they won't watch, they won't remember, and they will somehow magically make it so nobody else is watching either), then you'll be better off. But this will not happen.
Globus Browser also comes as a Mobile Application which supports all browsers for Android, Apple and other smartphones and tablets devices. Also with the help of our users and supporters we are planning to develop a full version of Globus Browser for smartphones and Tablets.