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Private Tunnel: Protect Yourself Against The BEAST

Private Tunnel encrypts data traffic at network layer
PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenVPN Technologies Inc, a leading developer of open VPN software, is urging users to use Private Tunnel, to protect against the new threat of the BEAST (Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS). Private Tunnel encrypts your data traffic at the network layer to prevent anyone from snooping your Web traffic (HTTP or the encrypted HTTPS).

"Private Tunnel is based on our state of the art OpenVPN software that acts as a Hotspot Shield that encrypts your data traffic and shields your PC from malicious and unauthorized access when you're connected through a Hotspot WiFi network. Private Tunnel is your safe guard against the BEAST and other cyber threats wherever you are and without having to rely on SSL/TLS browser based security," said Francis Dinha, CEO of OpenVPN Technologies, Inc.

Private Tunnel is a cloud based service offering any user with certain amount of free bandwidth of secure data transfer upon registration. There is no setup fee, no monthly charge, just pay as you go. For more information about Private Tunnel and pricing go to Try it for Free.

About OpenVPN Technologies, Inc.

OpenVPN Technologies Inc. is a privately held company based in Pleasanton, California, integrating a suite of leading-edge networking and software technologies. OpenVPN, our award-winning open source VPN product, has established itself as a de-facto standard in the open source networking space, with over 5 million users since inception. OpenVPN is the provider of next-generation secure and scalable communication services, implementing its business plan through strategic partnerships with key application software providers and marketing its product to businesses of all sizes through its OpenVPN web site that is experiencing more than 500,000 visits per month.

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