Wireless security for hotspot users: iPig to the rescue

Wednesday, 28 September 2005, 2:27 PM EST

Germany based, Windows security and web applications experts at iOpus, just released iPig, a freeware wireless security application. Currently in beta version and therefore holding a $0 price tag, iPig uses 256-bit AES encryption to create an encrypted tunnel that protects your inbound and outbound communications to any Wi-Fi hotspot or wired network.

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