The Keezel is an all-in-one online privacy and security solution for both home and on-the-go use that currently offers its users:
- encryption, via VPN technology,
- ad-blocking, via its built-in ad-blocker
- protection against phishing attempts, via its built-in anti-phishing filter
- built-in powerbank capabilities via its 8000+ mAh battery
In addition, with Keezel to Keezel you can pair two Keezels together and (for example) leave one at home and take the other one with you when travelling so that even when you’re abroad, you’ll be able to access content that is only available in your country.
You can connect the Keezel to a new WiFi network (like in a hotel) and then connect all your devices to the Keezel so that they’ll all have internet without you having to get extra hotel vouchers / details for each separate device.
In terms of strictly the VPN function, Keezel's VPN is different from traditional VPN software in several ways:
- with the Keezel you don’t have to install anything or configure any software on each device you want to protect. All you need to do is connect that device to the Keezel and the job is done. This saves you the hassle of getting a VPN set up on your laptop, tablet, phone etc. Keezel also helps you protect older devices that may no longer receive security updates or that run older versions of browsers.
- the Keezel can also protect Internet of Things gadgets and screenless media streamers (Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku etc), on which you cannot install software VPN.
- with the Keezel, your device is never connected to the internet without an encrypted connection. Regular VPN software solutions always bear a risk of information leakage in a side channel before the encrypted connection is established.
- Keezel separates customers’ personal details from data usage, which offers you an extra layer of security. We don’t know what you do online and our VPN partners don’t know who you are nor what you’re doing online, they just see you as regularly refreshed “Keezel IDs” using server X in country Y.
- the Keezel doesn’t require you to have administrator rights to your computer.