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Cloakey – Portable Online Privacy USB


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  • Complete Online Privacy Anywhere
  • USB Based Privacy App Launcher
  • Encrypt Your Drive for Ultimate Security
  • Works with Windows 7, 8, 10, & 11
  • Browse the Internet without being Monitored.
  • Defeats Computer Network Surveillance
  • Bypass Censored Websites
  • Stops your online activities from being Tracked.
  • Built in Password Manager with Password Protection

Cloakey provides everyone with the tools to browse the internet without having to worry if you are being monitored or tracked.

Internet Tracking is performed on a massive scale by multiple parties including:

Search Engines

All mainstream websites track data, whenever we use the internet, our activities are being tracked, whether it’s a big data company, employer, or something more sinister.

Internet companies track your online habits because they want to learn about your interests to show advertisements which they believe will be suited to you.

This happens all the time now, it is the main driver for internet companies to show you ads which have the best chance of providing a sale to their client, the advertiser.

This tactic employed by Search Engines is also used in your search results, the results are usually displayed in the advertisers’ best interests, not the person performing the search.

Internet Privacy is now a major concern, the ability to do something online without anyone tracking or knowing what you are doing, is now a very difficult task, remaining anonymous online is extremely difficult.


Most employers maintain some form of IT system monitoring to help keep track of an employee’s computer activity, internet history, time spent on certain websites – it’s all tracked.

Aside from big data companies and employers tracking user activities, internet users need protection from the biggest threat:

Cyber Criminals

Cyber criminals rely on regular folks to trust their devices, save passwords to their devices and behave as though cybercrime does not exist and everything you do online is safe.

42% of US citizens fell victim to some form of Cyber-crime in 2022

Cyber-crimes are mostly initiated to commit some form of Fraud, fraudsters are looking for ways to gain your personal data, passwords, banking info, the main focus is to steal from victims.

Identity Theft, Romance scams, Phishing emails and even something that appears harmless such as spamming, these are just a few of many ways online fraudsters are actively seeking to commit frauds online.

The Solution

Cloakey allows users to become anonymous online.

Insert Cloakey into any Windows PC and launch Private Internet browsers directly from the USB, this method ensures you do not utilize any trackable network resources.

Even if you are at work on a work computer, you can insert Cloakey into the USB port and perform internet searches without any type of digital monitoring being able to track what you are doing.

Cloakey has some other useful tools inside to help keep you safe online and protect yourself from cybercrime.

Use the built in password protected password manager to store all of your passwords for all websites you visit.

Make a record of important information on the Cloakey using the notepad app.

Cloakey is designed to allow everyone to use the most private internet browsing tools available, no subscriptions, the most secure access to the most secure internet browsing tools forever.

The Cloakey USB is designed to fit on a keychain. Wherever you go, Cloakey goes with you – Easily accessible at times when you need that extra layer of security, online.


You may want to put a browser on a USB drive for a variety of reasons.

Maybe you just want a portable browser. Maybe you want to be able to launch a private browser from other computers.

Maybe you want to take all your bookmarks and usernames and passwords with you.

Whatever your reason, you need to know the risks and alternatives before you jump right into it.

Let’s first answer the question of if you can put a browser on a USB drive?

The short answer is yes, you can.

It’s not easy and there are unseen risks which we have identified during rigorous testing performed by our IT Security team.

The biggest risk is that when you use your portable USB browser on another computer, all your activity is stored on that computer.

For every computer your use your browser on, a user profile is created on that computer and all your browsing data is stored there. Cache files, history, usernames and passwords, autofill data, etc.

All of this data from your USB based browser gets automatically stored on the PC you run the browser from.

If you install Firefox, for example, to a USB drive, you must first select the proper version to download from the Firefox website.

You can then instruct it to install to your USB drive. However, all your browsing data will be stored to whatever computer you use it on.

This is not secure, especially if you log into any website using a username and password.

You may find portable versions of Firefox that are meant to install to a USB drive and keep all user data stored to that drive.

Unfortunately, these are difficult to find and come from unknown and possibly dangerous websites.

Before trusting such unknown alterations of browsers, you may want to consider a commercial tool like Cloakey by PBN-TEC.

Cloakey is a USB drive that includes a full suite of private browsing tools. When you first run Cloakey, it quickly walks you through the easy setup process to install Firefox as a portable private browser on the USB drive.

Note that Cloakey does not include Firefox but facilitates the correct and most secure installation of Firefox as a private browser that will contain the user data on the USB drive rather than on the computer(s) you use it on.

This makes the Cloakey process much more secure as you can insert it into any Windows computer and it will not leave any trace on the computer and no user profile will be created on the computer you used Cloakey on.

Each time you launch Firefox from the Cloakey interface on the USB drive, it automatically runs in Private mode, ensuring your data stays on the USB drive.

Cloakey even allows you to easily import your bookmarks and autofill data such as usernames and passwords into your Firefox private browser from your personal computer.

To prevent unwanted access from lost or stolen Cloakey drives, Cloakey has the option of encrypting the entire drive.

Imagine having the security of full drive encryption with the convenience of a personal, portable, private browser that stores all your logins and bookmarks.

You can use it on public computers, hotel business centers, or anywhere you want knowing your internet browsing data will not be saved to the computer you are using.

If you don’t want to import your usernames and passwords and encrypt the entire Cloakey drive, Cloakey includes a password manager that will keep your data safe.

Lastly, Cloakey includes a notepad app so you can easily keep notes or other information on your private browser USB drive.

User Groups & Pro-Tips


Investigators have been using private browsers for a long time, the first people to utilize privacy browsers were Law Enforcement Agencies.

The benefits of keeping your research anonymous for investigations is critical, showing your hand too early your case can be exposed to risks such as:

  • Destruction of evidence
  • Collaboration of witnesses


Researchers need privacy browsing solutions for the same reason as Investigations, sometimes a researcher may be researching something sensitive and using a privacy browser is the most sensible solution for confidential research.


Employees using a computer linked to a network can easily bypass computer network surveillance and monitoring using Cloakey and perform tasks which you may not want everyone to see you are doing, something as simple as checking a bank account, can be done without worrying if your employer has tracked your usage and learned your passwords.

Employers/Business Owners

Employers are normally persons with significant control of a company, protecting company information is crucial for any business, whilst most threats come from external sources, sometimes you need to protect your company information from internal threats and even if you do not have such concerns, in the age of IOT, it is best practice to behave as if you do.

Requirements & FAQ


  • PC Compatible
  • Windows 7, 8, 10, 11
  • Encryption Available on the following versions of Windows:

o   Ultimate and Enterprise editions of Windows Vista and Windows 7.

o   Pro and Enterprise editions of Windows 8 and 8.1.

o   Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions of Windows 10.

o   Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions of Windows 11.

o   Windows Server 2008 and later.

Note: Cloakey that are encrypted on supporting operating systems may not be used on unsupported systems as they cannot open the encrypted drives.

Do not utilize the encryption feature if you may need to use your Cloakey on an unsupported operating system.


When I use Cloakey, will anyone be able to tell which websites I visit?

Cloakey Privacy Browser prevents any trace of your browsing activity from being stored on the computer you use it on. The anonymous browser in Cloakey prevents network admins and even internet service providers from seeing your browsing activities.

Do I need to delete my browsing History when using Cloakey Privacy Browser?

No, your browser history is not stored to the computer you are using when running Cloakey. In fact, the private browser runs in Private Browsing Mode which does not even store internet data to your Cloakey drive.

My Work PC is connected to my employer’s network, can they see my browsing history if I use Cloakey Privacy Browser?

No, when using the anonymous browser, no one can see your browsing activity, even network admins or internet service providers. However, they will be able to see that you are connecting to an anonymous browsing network. If you use the private browser, network admins and internet service providers can see the websites you are visiting.

Will my browsing be monitored by big data companies for advertising purposes?

No, whether you use the private browser or anonymous browser on Cloakey, you cannot be tracked for advertisement purposes.

Can I access censored websites using Cloakey Privacy Browser?

If your network or internet provider blocks access to some websites, using the anonymous browser on Cloakey will bypass the censorship. It will also hide your location for censorship that is geo-location based. The private browser will not hide your location nor bypass censored websites.

Which is more Secure, a VPN or Cloakey?

Cloakey does not load information onto a 3rd party server, once a Privacy Browser is shutdown on Cloakey, there is no way to restore to he page you visited and there is no history.

A VPN sends data to a 3rd party server, it may be encrypted but we cannot verify if the VPN provider has all the protocols in place to prevent your information from falling into the wrong hands.

If you consider the Cloakey as an offline tool versus an online VPN, cold storage versus hot storage. Cloakey is much more secure.

Are Privacy Browsers just ways for hackers and criminals to access the dark web?

The Dark web is a term most associate when accessing the most secure privacy browsers, originally the most secure browser was developed by the US Navy for confidential communications, it is still used to this day by many governments for secure comms, in addition many other professionals use the same privacy browser as it is so effective. Criminals and hackers also use it for the very same reasons.

There are 3  levels in  Internet Browsing which are commonly known as:

Surface Web – Traditional accessible web searching, the area of the web most people visit and is heavily tracked. Sites like Google, Bing and even privacy sites that operate on the normal web such as duck duck go.

Deep Web – Deep Web is a part of the internet, which is not indexed or tracked by Search Engines, over 80% of Internet address’s operate in this unindexed way, this means users of the internet only get access to around 10% of actual websites, using Surface Web.

Dark Web – This is also known as the Dark net, this is where illegal activities occur online, used by many criminals as it provides the most secure anonymous methods to operate online.