Free pass to anonymous, secure, and unrestricted Internet surfing
Welcome to GPass, your free pass to anonymous, secure, and unrestricted Internet surfing.
GPass is a highly advanced software that can encrypt your online data, hide your IP address, and sidestep content filtering and monitoring using a number of secure channels to connect to the Internet and break through the Internet blockade. GPass supports the online applications that you use the most, including Web browsers (e.g. Firefox), multimedia players, email, instant messengers, download managers, and so on.
Integrity is Our Priority
The creators of the GPass software and network believe in information freedom. We feel certain totalitarian states have engaged in malicious suppression of their people's online activities, violating their right to information and freedom of speech. So we created GPass to help you reclaim these basic human rights that you are entitled to. As a user, you should not use GPass to surf pornographic websites, share documents that are copyright protected, violate another person's rights, or otherwise engage in immoral activities.
You can rest assured when using GPass
GPass absolutely does not have malicious ad-ware or backdoors, and it absolutely does not intend to harm you or your computer. (However, you should always check the integrity of the software before you run it to avoid damages from malicious counterfeit.)
GPass is easy to use
GPass is designed to be portable and does not need installation. It runs in Windows 2000, XP, and Vista. Simply store GPass.exe in a folder, a flash drive, or a CDROM and double click the icon to start it. When a new version becomes available, GPass will automatically prompt you so you may download it. After downloading, simply replace GPass.exe with the new file.