Virtual Router Plus

Virtual Router Plus 2.3

Free
With this program, wirelessly share any Internet connection
4.3  (16 votes)
1.9
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Virtual Router Plus is open-source software based on the router for PC. Using the program, users can wirelessly share any Internet connection (WiFi, LAN, Cable Modem, Dial-up, Cellular, etc.) with any WiFi device (Laptop, Smart Phone, iPod Touch, iPhone, Android Phone, Zune, Netbook, wireless printer, etc.). These devices connect to Virtual Router just like any other access point, and the connection is completely secured using WPA2.

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Guest Don't install it, it has an outbound connection to China.

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Lionel Rudling

Lionel Rudling Simple to set up. Just keeps working. Shares mobile broadband connections with no fuss or hidden premiums.

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