Does the Traffic Shield Work? A Review
Any business that is looking to extend their reach through the World Wide Web ought to have its own website. Most business owners, however, tend to focus on no more than the functionality and aesthetics of their business’ site. Many tend to ignore site security, which is a problem as there are more and more people engaged in illegal hacking activities online, the aims of which range from serious theft to mere fun. Now Chris Hitman and Jane Williams have a new Web security solution to address this problem, and it’s called the Traffic Shield.
This new security software is all about site security, and it reportedly uses the same security technology used by Cisco and Nasdaq. What it does is that it protects all of your websites with a single click. It is promised to be easy to use, without any problems in the software, and without the need for constant updates. Besides putting up an umbrella of protection for all your websites, the software can also speed up your site by 30% by filtering out the bots that increases your site’s server load.
Traffic Shield will go live on October 10, 2015, and it is scheduled to be launched on that date at 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. Its price by then will be $37, and this is slated to rise to $47 over time. As soon as it is launched, we will update this post with a review of this product, so if you are interested, don’t hesitate to bookmark this page and come back for our review.