Sure, firewalls are an important part of secure computing, but they aren't nearly as cool as their name suggests. You know, like an actual wall made out of fire. This firewall isn't exactly that either, but it's a step closer, and bears at least a passing resemblance to fire despite being a bit safer to touch.
Chinese users of Amazon's Kindle get an unexpected bonus along with being able to read The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo—they can use the device's Whispernet 3G powers to leap over the Great Firewall of censorship.
The Yoggie Gatekeeper is simple. Instead of loading up your laptop with security software like firewalls, intrusion detection, proxies, anti-spam, anti-spyware, anti-virus and various other apps, why not let a small little hardware device do it all? Designed to be the portable equivalent of corporate security…
Whether or not this SecureSpot actually makes your sweet rig safer is irrelevant—just look at how many blinking lights it has! As we all know, lots of blinking lights=ultra secure box.