Encrypt Line


EncryptLine.com with our VPN services:

Our Service enables you to surf securely with privacy and confident without worrying about hackers, sniffers, isp’s, etc.. collecting, reading your private data.

With our service you can easily read emails, via the web, outlook or any other client without the fear that anyone is reading your emails, noting your login details etc. All your internet traffic is encrypted!

We Offer 2 VPN Systems. EncryptLine VPN Service A and VPN Service C.

EncryptLine VPN Service A is compatible Mac OS X, Windows 98, ME, 2000, 2003, Vista, Linux, and a wide range of mobile handheld devices. It uses build in system which does not require any installation of software just configuration. This service is provided on a server based in the US

EncryptLine VPN Service C is a custom build solution for 32 bit operation systems Windows XP, 2000, 2003, Vista and Windows 7. This one requires installation of a client program. Advantages are that the system uses a non typical vpn port, making it less likely that your ISP blocks it. As well as being 256bit encryption and having 2 to 3 servers, US and EU based.

EncryptLine VPN Service A is the standard VPN solution:
– covers US
– Using 128bit encryption
– Compatible Mac OS X, Windows 98, ME, 2000, 2003, Vista, Linux, and a wide range of mobile handheld devices.
– No installation required, just configuration.

EncryptLine VPN Service C which is our custom build software:
– covers US and EU
– Using 256bit encryption
– Non Standard VPN port, making it less likely of being blocked.
– Compatible Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (32bit)
– requires a client installation.

Protect Yourself :

Surfing to websites without your real ip being logged.
FTP, upload to free upload services without your ip being logged.
Chat, msn, ICQ, yahoo, IM, with all your messages being encrypted without the need to setup anything each time with every program.
Many ISP’s block pop/smtp ports, ftp ports, torrent, VOIP ports etc.. with our service you will not be limited, you will be able to use all ports again.
In certain places, certain websites are blocked on national level, this will be no issue anymore.
Identity theft is on the raise, hackers monitor, catch internet date from unsuspecting internet users who browse the web, chat, filling in personal details. Our service encrypts all traffic send to the internet.
Using wireless cable or DSL modems is becoming more and more common. When a user uses a wireless modem, its traffic to the modem using a WEP key which encrypts your date form your computer to the modem. This system is proven to be flawed with serious privacy risks. If you ever installed/connected to an wireless modem, you have probably seen modems being listed in search when selecting the device to connect. The only thing that prevents you to connect to there wireless modem is a WEP key. This WEP key is prone to hackers, or even novice computer users allowing them to sniff all data, read all your emails you send, see everything you surf on the web, what you upload or download, chat messages etc.. Using our service your traffic will get encrypted with 128bit encryption making your internet usage secure. Should you care?

The short answer is: yes.

  • Any extra email or internet activity created by another person could use up your monthly data usage allowance and incur extra charges or speed reduction.
  • If somebody’s stealing your bandwidth, at best, they’re stealing your money; and at worst, possibly engaging in illegal activity that could compromise your security or land you in trouble.
  • An unsecured wireless network has the potential to leave personal information, such as passwords, log-in details and bank account and credit card numbers, open to illegal use in identity theft or online banking or credit fraud.
  • An unsecured network could also be exploited to send spam, or infect the computer with viruses or malware.

1 Comment

  1. Sirirat
    08.05.2012, 6:09 pm

    Provided that the WiFi light is lit on the router, not pinckig up a signal most likely means you need to enable SSID broadcast on your router (at least temporarily). It may have been disabled. After the laptop has saved the connection details you should be able to disable the SSID broadcast if you want.Other things to investigate are whether the wireless MAC address filter has been enabled and if so, make sure the MAC address from your laptop is included in the allow list. Other potential issues could be your firewall blocking the 802.xx signals or connections, your laptop not having it’s wireless antenna turned on, etc.

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