Silk Road Era
Zero Trace Pen was being sold via various darknet marketplaces as an alternative to using tor browser.
Zero Trace VPN
Zero Trace launched it’s own VPN service, which was then defunded due to the core values Zero Trace stands on. The Tor network became the new infastructior for the Zero Trace Pen.
Zero Trace Pen was brought to the clearnet. Now available to everyone, Zero Trace Pen aims to provide true anonymity for the everyday web surfer.
In 2012, four college friends came together to build Zero Trace Pen. They had spent a lot of time in different parts of the world but saw the same picture: growing internet censorship, content control, and intrusive government surveillance. In other words, they saw a rapidly growing need for an internet security tool that’s easily accessible to everyone.