It’s always a good idea to learn how to protect your online privacy as much as possible no matter who you are. In fact, bookie business would require more careful management since it’s a money-moving business. Here are several tips that we recommend you to follow in order to protect your personal data and also enhance online security.
Use VPN service
VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a special service to hide and switch your true IP location to other country you choose. Besides, VPN not only alters your virtual location, but also effectively encrypts your internet traffic. Indeed, using VPN is an efficient way to remain yourself anonymous and secure your business data.
Visit HTTPS websites
Make sure that all the websites you visit are protected with HTTPS. Because HTTPS uses the TLS encryption protocol to secure the data shared between users and websites. All you need to do is to check on the little icon next to the URL to ensure the HTTPS is enabled. And then, you can protect your own online activities from being snooped and all the information you provide will not be stolen or hacked by other parties.
Use anonymous browser
In addition, another way for you to protect your online privacy is to use the anonymous browser such as Tor. Tor was developed by the U.S. Naval Research Lab with the sole purpose of browsing the Internet anonymously. Without a doubt, it is a fully anonymous browser which works perfectly to conceal user’s true IP and all the online activities through world-wildly directing the internet traffic between their relays.
If you haven’t known this useful tool well, you can find more information about Tor in this article: “Meet Tor Project — The Most Private and Anonymous Browser”.
Cryptocurrency is the modern trend for payment method
Cryptocurrency nowadays becomes a popular payment method for the bookies because it opens up a safe, fast, and anonymous way of managing money. Actually, your identity won’t be recorded in the blockchain, and there is no way to link to your personal data since the address, private and public keys, and transactions are all read in text strings.