After two years of work, Cocoon is about to go live with the beta, providing safe, secure browsing. I’ve been lucky to get to use it while the engineers have worked out the bugs and smoothed the rough edges. Last weekend the servers were installed and have been being tested ever since. Everything is now running shockingly fast. It truly is amazing Cocoon can filter and or transcode each website, wiping away any viruses or malware and do it with no discernible delay. You need to see it for yourself.
But being safe from viruses and malware is just a part of Cocoon. Additionally you can manage spam by creating random and anonymous email addresses when registering for online services or making purchases. Cocoon keeps track of all address and messages you receive and makes it easy to manage them. You can even have the email address expire at a set date.
Browsing is easier too. While doing research I’ve enjoyed being able to save the tabs that I have open for future use. I can access all my history and saved tabs on any computer I use, and I can make notes that are saved to specific web pages that I can reference anytime I go back to that page.
I’m truly jazzed about everything Cocoon has to offer. And I know it’s just going to keep getting better – but I’ll save those improvements for another post. For now, go check it out yourself by signing up for the free beta at www.getCocoon.com and start enjoying safe, secure and virus free browsing. Oh, and tell your friends too please!