Mask My IP v2.2.4.2 + Patches

Posted by Tejaswi Sunday, December 18, 2011
When you are online, your computer has a unique identifying IP address just like your home address, alerting everyone to who you are and where you are located. When you shopping online or sending emails, your IP is associated with that activity, and it identifies you personally. Hackers and identity thieves may break into your computer, monitor your activity, steal your identity or other personal information.

Want to stay safe online? Now you have an almighty mask to keep your IP address invisible immediately.

Mask My IP is an online protection tool that can prevent your surfing habits and your Internet activities from being tracked by hackers or other cyber criminals through your real IP address. It has a nicely designed user interface that makes it incredibly easy to hide your IP address.


Key Features:
- Hide Real IP Address
- Surf Anonymously
- Block ISP Eavesdropping
- Guard Against Hackers
- Prevent Identity Theft & Credit Card Fraud
- Protect All Connections Including Wi-Fi
- Defend in the Forum once be banned
- Send Anonymous Emails
- Easy & Effective
- Auto/Manual IP Changing
- 100% Clean & Safe
- Compatible With Alot

Download Mask My IP v2.2.4.2 with latest patches

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