Development Of A $200 WiFi Router Geared Towards Whistleblowers Was Just Suspiciously Cancelled

Development Of A $200 WiFi Router Geared Towards Whistleblowers Was Just Suspiciously Cancelled

By Lucas Matney In the world of whistleblowers, any packet of revealed identifying information means game over. ProxyHam, a $200 WiFi router aimed at those seeking the utmost in anonymity, promised to mask users’ IP addresses and place their geographic coordinates miles away from their actual locations. Plans to create the device, set to be unveiled at August’s Las Vegas Def Con convention,… Read More

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