Latest articles tagged “privacy”

Latest articles tagged “privacy”

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How to setup 1.1.1.1 as a DNS server on Windows, Mac, Debian, iOS, Android, or a home router
How to setup 1.1.1.1 as a DNS server on Windows, Mac, Debian, iOS, Android, or a home router
by Mihai Neacsu on 2 April 2018 · 4767 views
1.1.1.1 is a new, fast, privacy-focused free DNS service by Cloudflare. In this article we'll cover how fast it is, what you'll gain in privacy, and how to set it up on a home router, Windows, Linux or Mac PC, iOS or Android phone. ... Read more
How To Make Your Own Free Personal VPN For Total Anonymity
How To Make Your Own Free Personal VPN For Total Anonymity
by Gary Oldwood on 11 July 2017 · 1516 views
A VPN can hide your online identity completely, but they can be quite costly if you go for a paid service. On the other hand, free VPN services tend to be slow and unreliable, so here is how you can make your own, personal and fast VPN for free. ... Read more
Facebook Officially Announces "Secret Conversations" Feature for Messenger
Facebook Officially Announces "Secret Conversations" Feature for Messenger
by Gary Oldwood on 12 July 2016 · 520 views
This new feature for Messenger is supposed to encrypt your messages so that noone will ever see them... ... Read more
6 Things That You Should Never Do On Facebook
6 Things That You Should Never Do On Facebook
by Gary Oldwood on 11 July 2016 · 548 views
Here are something that you should think before making posts or uploading photos in Facebook. ... Read more
How to Protect Your Devices And Data During Vacations
How to Protect Your Devices And Data During Vacations
by Gary Oldwood on 11 July 2016 · 568 views
Here are some tips by ESET for safe vacations while travelling! ... Read more
How To Disable Facebook's "Seen" Feature
How To Disable Facebook's "Seen" Feature
by Gary Oldwood on 8 July 2016 · 791 views
If you think that the read receipt feature in Facebook is too much of a privacy matter, then this is how you can get rid of it. ... Read more
How to Delete and Close Your Microsoft Account Permanently
How to Delete and Close Your Microsoft Account Permanently
by Gary Oldwood on 3 January 2016 · 2218 views
Deleting your Microsoft Account in Windows 10 is not as simple as clicking a couple of buttons. In this article we explain how you can completely delete and close your Microsoft account. ... Read more
Tinfoil for Firefox adds access to advanced privacy settings
Tinfoil for Firefox adds access to advanced privacy settings
by Pete Daniel on 9 February 2015 · 1275 views
Privacy is a tricky thing to accomplish when using the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Many of the best features are hidden within the about:config settings. To get around this issue, the Tinfoil add on can help configure these settings from a nice GUI. ... Read more
EU believes mass surveillance is threat to human rights; thinks more surveillance is the answer
EU believes mass surveillance is threat to human rights; thinks more surveillance is the answer
by Pete Daniel on 6 February 2015 · 532 views
In a novel twist on the surveillance angle, the European Union is unhappy with the Edward Snowden revelations about mass surveillance yet now wished to learn more about every person who enters Europe and keep the data for five years. ... Read more
Keep Google Searches Private With Blur
Keep Google Searches Private With Blur
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 1345 views
Blur is a useful privacy extension that can ensure that Google cannot track your searches back to your own profile. Proxy servers are used to keep things anonymous. This Firefox add-on/Chrome extension is an alternative to Startpage and Blekko. ... Read more
Interview with Bitdefender's Senior e-Threat Analyst Bogdan Botezatu
Interview with Bitdefender's Senior e-Threat Analyst Bogdan Botezatu
by Dan Vlasic on 3 November 2014 · 2097 views
We asked Bitdefender's Senior e-Threat Analyst about the AV future, its greatest challenges, the safest OS and browsers, Edward Snowden impact, the data Bitdefender collects, protection of data stored in the cloud and other tricks for our readers. ... Read more
Yahoo fields 18,594 government requests for data in first 6 months of 2014
Yahoo fields 18,594 government requests for data in first 6 months of 2014
by Pete Daniel on 26 September 2014 · 623 views
In a continuation of their global transparency reporting, Yahoo has revealed that they received 18,594 US government information requests for 30,551 accounts from January–June 2014. This is the third global transparency report Yahoo has published. ... Read more
Fake Cell Towers Across USA Tracking Users
Fake Cell Towers Across USA Tracking Users
by Pete Daniel on 11 September 2014 · 1250 views
Just when you thought you were safe with your Android phone, it has now been learned that authorities across the USA including some law enforcement agencies are using a secondary cell tower to capture unencrypted phone calls. ... Read more
How to use Private/Incognito Mode on your Browser
How to use Private/Incognito Mode on your Browser
by Michael Black on 11 August 2014 · 2245 views
If you're wanting to browse the internet without keeping a history of your searches and visited websites, you'll want to take a look at private browsing -- a popular feature on most current browsers. ... Read more
Google Helps To Catch Sex Offender - Who's Next?
Google Helps To Catch Sex Offender - Who's Next?
by Pete Daniel on 4 August 2014 · 850 views
The fight against the use of the internet to further child exploitation and pedophiles being able to search for sites with child pornography took a turn towards protection today when a man in Houston was charged with possession of child pornography. ... Read more
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