Lockdown Privacy

Lockdown Privacy Chromebook App Download

Download Lockdown Privacy For Chromebook

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2019-07-29
  • Current Version: 1.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 68.39 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.404
From 3,250 Ratings

How To Download Lockdown Privacy On Chromebook

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Lockdown blocks trackers and badware in all your apps, blocking an estimated 100 million trackers per month for over 300,000 people. — Comprehensive Protection — Lockdown has two privacy features: Firewall and Secure Tunnel VPN. Each feature protects you from different threats, creating the complete solution for protecting your personal data, browsing history, and sensitive connections. FIREWALL — Blocks Hidden Trackers: The world's first on-device, open source blocker that stops ads, trackers, and badware in all your apps. SECURE TUNNEL — Keep Your Data and Browsing Private: It's the no-logs, blazing-fast, privacy-first VPN. The only VPN to prove its Privacy Policy and be fully audited. — FIREWALL FEATURES — - Simple, one-tap to get protected against thousands of trackers for most users - Fully customizable blocking for advanced users: block any domain / service - Works for all apps, not just the browser - Useful preconfigured block lists that are updated every week - Blocking works "on-device" meaning it does all of its blocking without sending all your data to a third party server, unlike other blocking apps — SECURE TUNNEL FEATURES — - Hide your location and unique IP address with one tap - Keeps you safe on public wi-fi hotspots and sites - Stops spying from snoopers and your ISP or cellular provider - Ultrafast with over a dozen regions globally — TRANSPARENCY YOU CAN TRUST — - Other privacy apps lie on their Privacy Policy and secretly sell user data, even if they promise not to - To solve this issue, the Openly Operated certification requires apps to *prove* their Privacy Policy - Lockdown is Openly Operated certified with a public 38-page audit report, and audited multiple times by security professionals - View full OpenAudit Report: https://openaudit.com/lockdownprivacy — UNPARALLELED PRIVACY — - Open Source: Since firewalls have access to *everything* you do, it's critical that any firewall you use should be open source. Lockdown is 100% open source. - On-Device: Lockdown does its magic on-device and doesn't connect to any servers, or third-party analytics, or anything else. This way, everything you do stays private to you. - World's Simplest Privacy Policy: Here's the entirety of it (July 23rd, 2019) - "Everything Lockdown Firewall does stays on your device, so what you see is literally what you get, and nothing more or less, because that's the way it should be." — PRESS COVERAGE — - The Washington Post - Business Insider - Forbes - FastCompany - MacRumors - 9to5Mac - ZDNet - Cult of Mac - The Mac Observer - iCulture - iClarified - AppAdvice Follow us on Twitter: @lockdown_hq Send your questions and comments to team@lockdownhq.com Lockdown - https://lockdownprivacy.com Privacy Policy - https://lockdownprivacy.com/privacy Terms of Use - https://lockdownprivacy.com/terms — The Lockdown Secure Tunnel VPN subscription grants unlimited data and encryption through the Lockdown VPN service. Lockdown VPN subscriptions have a free one week trial, after which you will be charged through your iTunes account. Price may vary by location. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription early. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings.



  • Must Have!!

    By Rdc20009a
    Love this app!! Blocks and incredible number of trackers and other creeps. Highly recommended!!
  • Firewall silently deactivating

    By Agent7123
    The firewall silently deactivates after a while. It would be better to display the date and time when the firewall was last deactivated.
  • Latest update bricked performance

    By neptunepic
    Latest update SIGNIFICANTLY reduces loading speeds for browsing. Will disable until fixed.
  • Found this app a while ago - It’s working so well

    By IpertuberMegaball
    My teacher from a while ago told me and my class about this, I went home and downloaded it, and now it’s been working ever since.
  • Simple Firewall

    By zotorola
    Pretty simple and easy to use firewall app. It blocks unwanted connections while running in the background with zero problems.
  • Jan 3 update broke it

    By User543210
    Now it does not start. Please fix asap thanks
  • Used to work

    By ColdestDart1180
    The app is amazing. Blocks everything I could want. Main issue that arose yesterday now is that the app simply won’t work, specifically on an app called iFunny. Ads have started to reappear while using the app again. It had been working for about a year now with no issues, so now I’m just wondering why it’s suddenly not working right.
  • Doesn't Work If You Use A Separate VPN

    By BellsNWhistles
    I like the idea of this app and I was really happy to find an app that blocks trackers in the background. However, I was under the impression that users didn't have to use the VPN in order to use the firewall feature. I was wrong. I already have a VPN and the Lockdown app won't let me use the Firewall unless I disconnect my vpn.
  • Filter

    By TheBabaTunderes
    Lockdown privacy blocking is great doesn’t block all of them but a majority of them but I wish this had some more filters like malware block and pop up block and block malicious ips
  • Now it doesn’t block anything

    By Hueybff
    So this app has been running in the background and uploading an exorbitant amount of data (and if you say it’s showing all the data that passes through than it must be tripling it because the amount allocated to the app is 3x larger than the combined amount of all the other apps). On top of that now it’s not even blocking the domains it’s supposed too sooooooo what’s the point.