USB charger The DSMB Tunnel or, Don’t Snoop Me Bro Tunnel, allows you to ‘hide in the network’ by anonymizing your online activities and encrypting your communications with open-source software.

The creators of this project wanted an inexpensive way for people to stay secure and private online that requires no configuration and is activated by simply the turn of a key. It sits between your computer and Internet router using an Ethernet cable. By placing the device between your Internet router and ISP modem you can protect all the traffic associated with your ISP account.

When the key is turned to ‘on’, the light on the front turns green and all of your traffic travels through an encrypted tunnel to a VPN server in the country of your choice. When your traffic reaches the VPN server, it is decrypted and forwarded to its destination carrying the address assigned by the VPN service as the sender’s network address. The unencrypted traffic no longer has the network address assigned by your ISP, removing traceable links to you or your ISP account.

If you are a gamer and don’t want to slow down your connection, switching the key to off will essentially make it invisible on your network. Also, if the VPN service fails while the switch is in the secure ‘on’ position, traffic is blocked so that you will never unintentionally send out sensitive traffic without protection.

It uses 256-bit AES encryption and comes with a one year pre-paid VPN service.

For more detailed specs check out the DSMB Indiegogo Project page here – or watch the video below.