Have you ever felt concerned about your privacy while surfing the net? Do you wish you could do something about the situation? If so, then read on.
This morning, while having a little fun with VMWare Server, I stumbled on VMWare’s list of free virtualized environments. If you have any VMWare product installed on your box, you’ll definitely want to check this list out. Anyhow, like I already said, I stumbled on this list and quickly browsed the available products. That’s when I ended up on a very interesting security package named JanusVM. JanusVM is a virtualized security environment that allows you to surf the internet absolutely securely and privately. It was designed to run on VMware Player (or Server) and brings together openVPN, Tor, Squid, Privoxy and dns-proxy-tor to give you a transparent layer of security that is compatible with most TCP based applications.
- WiFi Support.
- Supports multiple users in a LAN.
- Protects you from most man-in-the-middle attacks.
- Protects your identity and your true location by masking your IP Address.
- Encrypts and re-routes your DNS request and ALL TCP traffic to ensure strong privacy.
- Strips out most privacy sensitive information your web browser may leak.
- Blocks popups, annoying ads, banners, and other obnoxious Internet junk.
- Very simple setup and operation.
- Works transparently for applications using TCP.
After setting up the environment, if you decide to keep JanusVM running on your box, please consider giving a small donation to the developer. Your donations will surely encourage him to keep on working on this fantastic project.