A new device designed to protect against remote hacking is now available for purchase on Amazon.
The new device, which was introduced this week, allows users to hide the IP address associated with a particular device and only allow them to access a particular website or application.
This feature was created to prevent remote attackers from gaining access to a user’s information from a computer connected to the Internet.
The device, dubbed the Ninja IP Hider, also blocks access to certain websites and applications, such as those used by people with disabilities.
It also works with devices such as Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
“We have developed a device that enables you to hide your IP address, which is very useful for people who want to hide their IP address for certain websites or applications,” Matt Hausman, founder of the Hausmann Group, which developed the Ninja, said in a statement.
The Ninja IPHider is currently available on Amazon for $79.99, though it’s also available for $39.99 in the U.S. It will also be available in Canada on July 22 and Europe on July 25.
Amazon is rolling out the device to more countries in the coming weeks, and will soon be shipping it to more retailers in the United States.
The Hausmans told ABC News that they are not planning on launching the device into the wild.
The first version of the Ninja was launched in July, but was later pulled from Amazon’s website and will not be available until next week.
It was not immediately clear whether the device would still be available at Amazon.com.