F-Secure Tests Cloud-based Reputation Scanning Feature for Freedome
Article by George Norman
On 03 Nov 2014
Security company F-Secure is Beta testing a new feature for the Android version of Freedome, its super-simple security and online privacy solution.

The new feature in question is called “cloud-based reputation scanning” – it scans the apps that are installed on your Android smartphone and tells you if you’re safe and if your apps are trusted. Here’s a screenshot to better put things in perspective.


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F-Secure needs your help to Beta test the new cloud-based reputation scanning feature I mentioned above. That is why the company is inviting all Freedome fans out there to join the Beta test. To temp as many people as possible to join the Beta, F-Secure is offering some cool merchandise to Beta testers:
  • 3 months of free service to all participants.
  • Freedome hoodies for active participants.
  • First chance of getting a newly designed “labs sticker.”
Freedome Beta with cloud-based reputation scanning can be installed alongside Freedome for Android. If you already have Freedome on your Android device, you can run Freedome Beta alongside it.

If you’re not familiar with Freedome, let me quickly put things in perspective: this is an app that keeps you safe, invisible, and untrackable.

F-Secure Freedome – Main Features
  • Safety – Freedome protects against harmful sites, malicious apps, and anyone who would want to snoop on you.
  • Privacy – Freedome lets you surf the web anonymously, it encrypts your internet connection, and it blocks advertisers who want to track you.
  • Freedom – you can change your virtual location and access blocked content. If you can’t access a website because you’re not from the US for example, you can make it seem like you’re from the US.
Freedome is available for iOS and Android.
Get F-Secure Freedome from Apple’s App Store here.
Get F-Secure Freedome from Google Play here.


Learn more about Freedome by visiting its official website.



Tags: F-Secure, Freedome, Google, Android, Beta, test
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