GPass is a highly advanced software that can encrypt your online data, hide your IP address, and sidestep content filtering and monitoring using a number of secure channels to connect to the Internet and break through the Internet blockade. GPass supports the online applications that you use the most, including Web browsers (e.g. Firefox), multimedia players, email, instant messengers, download managers, and so on.
GPass is designed to be portable and does not need installation. It runs in Windows 2000, XP, and Vista. Simply store GPass.exe in a folder, a flash drive, or a CDROM and double click the icon to start it. When a new version becomes available, GPass will automatically prompt you so you may download it. After downloading, simply replace GPass.exe with the new file.
The software is free for personal use within selected countries where unjust Internet censorship is prevalent.
You can use GPass to enhance your online security with most of your favorite Internet applications.
Supported applications include:
- Web browsers such as Internet Explorer or Firefox
- Multimedia players such as Windows Media Player or Real Player
- Email clients such as Outlook or Thunderbird
- Instant messengers such as MSN, Skype, and Yahoo messengers
- Download managers such as wget and FlashGet
With GPass, you can freely surf the World Wide Web just like a citizen of the free world!
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