by Marvin Dumont
Cookies, chat files, and software: These reveal your physical location and IP address. More than geography, they also track your online activities such as websites visited, transactions, and user behavior.
It’s risky to leave digital footprints for outside parties to take advantage of.
Apollo’s IP Masking 2.0 uses encrypted-data protocol to hide your real-time physical location, and to overcome firewalls that limit internet access. This feature keeps you invisible when you send and receive digital funds.
Stop 24/7 monitoring in its tracks.
More info can be found in Apollo’s technical paper.
- A transport protocol allows the delivery of anonymous encrypted packets. This method prevents the tracking of transaction paths. Moreover, it makes transactions completely anonymous.
- The above proprietary protocol recognizes the use and blocking of TOR browser in restrictive countries (like China). It also recognizes the inability to configure data exchange parameters in the TOR network.
- To enable transport between nodes, a VPN channel is created — a tunnel through which all data is transmitted in the form of standard protocol packets used by standard web browsers.
Privacy limits the power of outside parties to collect your personal data, and to potentially use info against you or your interests. Thus, it can improve (or secure) your safety and reputation by limiting access to sensitive info.
IP Masking 2.0 and other privacy tools keep individuals free and secure.
Apollo (APL) all-in-one privacy currency combines features of mainstream cryptocurrencies in an unregulatable platform. With two-second block speed, APL is one of the fastest cryptos on Earth. “Apollonauts” can use Encrypted Messaging, Smart Contracts, Decentralized Exchange, Dapps Platform, and Decentralized File Storage.
Learn more at www.apollocurrency.com