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  1. Dear friends, Nowadays our privacy is very important. I am interested to know which VPN service do you use and which is the best according to your opinion. Not to all vpn services are enough secure. Recently, has been discovered that HotSpot Shield in some cases could show your real ip. Have a look here : 1.Android 2. Windows Thanks for your time spent with this poll ! :)
  2. Web users and developers should take new steps to avoid surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency and other spy organizations, a group of privacy and digital rights advocates said Monday. The 30-plus groups, including Fight for the Future, Demand Progress, Reddit, Free Press and the Libertarian Party, have set June 5 as the day to "reset the 'Net" by deploying new privacy tools. June 5 is the anniversary of the first news stories about NSA surveillance based on leaks by former agency contractor Edward Snowden. Governments are building a "prison" around the Internet, the groups said in
  3. A person who claimed that the operators of Grooveshark were engaged in systematic copyright infringement will keep his anonymity, a court has ruled. The allegations, which were made in the comments section of an online news article, prompted Grooveshark's parent company to unmask their author. They have now failed in that mission. In 2010, Universal Music Group (UMG) sued Grooveshark owners Escape Media in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, claiming that the company infringed their copyrights by storing and subsequently distributing tracks to which UMG holds the copyrights. In 2011,
  4. Privacy Eraser Pro 2.5.0 Build 522 Privacy Eraser is an all-in-one privacy suite that protects your privacy by cleaning up all your Internet history tracks and past computer activities. With simply one click, Privacy Eraser can quickly erase the Internet cache, cookies, browsing history, address bar history, typed urls, autocomplete form history, saved password and index.dat files of your browser, and Windows run history, search history, open/save history, recent documents, temporary files, recycle bin, clipboard, taskbar jump lists, dns cache, log files, memory dumps, error reporting and
  5. Steganos Privacy Suite 15.2.4 Revision 10969 Steganos Privacy Suite - working on a PC or laptop that's connected to the internet offers lots of advantages. But there are plenty of disadvantages too. Our laptops, USB sticks and CDs help transport documents, photos and movies all over the world. But what happens if a stranger gets a hold of the data on your hardware? USB sticks with irreplaceable vacation photos can fall out of pockets. DVDs that contain personal financial information get lost all the time. Laptops with e-mails, contact info and calendars can be accidentally left behind in taxi
  6. selesn777

    Clean Space 2014.4

    Clean Space 2014.4 Have you ever felt embarrassed when others sit before your PC and find out where you've been on web, what media you played, what applications you used? Let the trouble go with the wind by using Clean Space now! Once you try it and you will understand it's exactly the tool you are looking for to erase the traces of your activity through PC. This easy and powerful program will stop you getting worried that someone can see sites you visit or reveal your online/offline secrets. It is also useful if you don’t want your computer to keep tones of temporary files or maintain cache
  7. A 2010 decision by Switzerland's highest court to acknowledge the privacy rights of file-sharers effectively outlawed the tracking of BitTorrent users. That position means that the country occupies the new 2014 Watch List of the International Creativity and Theft-Prevention Caucus on Capitol Hill along with other problem nations China, Russia and India. Over the past 12 years the Congressional International Anti-Piracy Caucus has worked to highlight enforcement practices in need of improvement and to place countries perceived to be falling short of United States standards under the spotligh
  8. Privacy Eraser Pro 2.8 Build 639 Privacy Eraser is an all-in-one privacy suite that protects your privacy by cleaning up all your Internet history tracks and past computer activities. With simply one click, Privacy Eraser can quickly erase the Internet cache, cookies, browsing history, address bar history, typed urls, autocomplete form history, saved password and index.dat files of your browser, and Windows run history, search history, open/save history, recent documents, temporary files, recycle bin, clipboard, taskbar jump lists, dns cache, log files, memory dumps, error reporting and mu
  9. selesn777

    PrivaZer v2.21 + Portable

    PrivaZer v2.21 + Portable v2.21 (07 June 2014) New cleanups of web browsers added * Yandex Browser * CoolNovo * Superbird * BlackHawk Improved UIPrivaZer v2.21 Released : 07 June 2014Compatible : XP, Vista, Win7, Win8/8.1, 32bits & 64bitsCompatible : HDD and optimized for SSDInstall Portable
  10. O&O SafeErase Professional 7.0 Build 197 (x86/x64) O&O SafeErase is THE solution for securely deleting sensitive data from your hard disk and offers you the ultimate protection of your privacy. With just one click of the mouse, you can securely and permanently delete files, folders and partitions. The motives for deleting files are many. Old e-mail files, internet histories, file cache, financial records, company information, and private files ought to be protected from unauthorized access. Internet Security:O&O SafeErase lists per browser all the stored information – such as cook
  11. Privacy Eraser Pro 2.7 Build 578 Privacy Eraser is an all-in-one privacy suite that protects your privacy by cleaning up all your Internet history tracks and past computer activities. With simply one click, Privacy Eraser can quickly erase the Internet cache, cookies, browsing history, address bar history, typed urls, autocomplete form history, saved password and index.dat files of your browser, and Windows run history, search history, open/save history, recent documents, temporary files, recycle bin, clipboard, taskbar jump lists, dns cache, log files, memory dumps, error reporting and mu
  12. Pointstone Total Privacy 6.50.350 Total Privacy is a safe and easy-to-use to use privacy protection tool that stops all those pesky snoopers such as Cookies, history, index.dat, competitors (and even your boss!) from finding the trail of your computer use that modern internet browsers and many other programs leave behind. All this can be accomplished with a single click on the mouse, or even automatically! With Total Privacy you get total confidence and peace of mind for secure computer use by completely and permanently removing all traces and history of your recent activity. What's more, T
  13. selesn777

    SmartPCFix Pro 2.03.55

    SmartPCFix Pro 2.03.55 SmartPCFix scans your PC for unnecessary registry and junk files. It cleans junk and clutter from your PC and Internet browser, freeing up valuable disk space. Also removes remnants of malware files left behind in the registry. Search in multiple categoriesThe overall design of the application is kept close to a minimum to ensure your computer gets cleaned as fast as possible. As soon as the main window is brought up you gain access to various categories to select for the scan process, amongst which you find registry, privacy or trace cleaner. Schedule scan processes
  14. By Zach Epstein on Jan 20, 2014 at 11:26 AM The rabbit hole that is the Internet goes much deeper than most people know. In fact, the World Wide Web as we know it represents just 4% of networked web pages the remaining 96% of pages make up what many refer to as the Invisible Internet, Invisible Web or Deep Web. This massive subsection of the Internet is 500 times bigger than the visible Web and is not indexed by search engines like Google. Finding sites on this invisible network of webpages isnt easy as a result, so its often home to nefarious services like Silk Road. Theres plenty more to t
  15. 23 Jan 2014 My wife likes to set reminders for herself in Google Calendar. Recently, she added a note to her personal Google Calendar reading "Email [email protected] to discuss pay rise" and set the date for a few months from now. She'd had a discussion with her boss, Alice, and they'd agreed to talk about salary later in the year. A few moments later, Alice sent her a "Meeting Accepted" email. What... The...? Although pretty embarrassing, it could have been a lot worse. It could have been "Email [email protected] with excuse why we can't see her" or perhaps "Email [email protected]
  16. By exploiting bugs in Google Chrome, malicious sites can activate your microphone, and listen in on anything said around your computer, even after you’ve left those sites. Even while not using your computer - conversations, meetings and phone calls next to your computer may be recorded and compromised. While we’ve all grown accustomed to chatting with Siri, talking to our cars, and soon maybe even asking our glasses for directions, talking to our computers still feels weird. But now, Google is putting their full weight behind changing this. There’s no clearer evidence to this, than visiting G
  17. James Duane explains in practical terms why citizens should never talk to police under any circumstances. James Duane is an American law professor at the Regent University School of Law, former criminal defense attorney, and Fifth Amendment expert. He received some viral online attention for his "Don't Talk To Police" video of a lecture he gave to a group of law students with Virginia Beach Police Department Officer George Bruch. Using former Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson as support of his "Don't Talk to Police" advice, Duane says, inter alia, that: even perfectly innocent citizens m
  18. While an Internet user's IP address is often visible, significant effort is required to convert that into a real-life identity. So imagine what would happen if you could type the IP address of an Internet user into a web browser and receive his phone number in return. Unbelievably, that happened this week. Websites can’t function without them and a user must be allocated one before he or she can begin using the Internet. Without doubt, IP addresses one of the most important elements underpinning today’s online experience. While website IP addresses are necessarily public information, IP addr
  19. Steganos Privacy Suite 15.2.1 Steganos Privacy Suite - working on a PC or laptop that's connected to the internet offers lots of advantages. But there are plenty of disadvantages too. Our laptops, USB sticks and CDs help transport documents, photos and movies all over the world. But what happens if a stranger gets a hold of the data on your hardware? USB sticks with irreplaceable vacation photos can fall out of pockets. DVDs that contain personal financial information get lost all the time. Laptops with e-mails, contact info and calendars can be accidentally left behind in taxis. All your pas
  20. Pointstone Total Privacy 6.47.310 Total Privacy is a safe and easy-to-use to use privacy protection tool that stops all those pesky snoopers such as Cookies, history, index.dat, competitors (and even your boss!) from finding the trail of your computer use that modern internet browsers and many other programs leave behind. All this can be accomplished with a single click on the mouse, or even automatically! With Total Privacy you get total confidence and peace of mind for secure computer use by completely and permanently removing all traces and history of your recent activity. What's more, T
  21. By Stephanie Mlot February 14, 2014 08:00am EST Fifty-four percent of U.S. adults send or receive intimate content, according to McAfee. It's fine to document your steamy Valentine's Day with your new fling, but think twice if you're planning to snap a few risqué photos or record a video. According to McAfee's 2014 Love, Relationships, and Technology survey, 54 percent of U.S. adults send or receive intimate content. Which is OK, except for those 46 percent of respondents who also share their passwords with another individual—basically handing someone the key to their private vault. "With al
  22. By NICOLE PERLROTH February 11, 2014, 9:13 pm So much for mass protest. A consortium of Internet and privacy activists had long promoted Feb. 11 as the day the Internet would collectively stand up and shout down surveillance by the National Security Agency. The group called Tuesday, “The Day We Fight Back,” and encouraged websites to join an online campaign modeled after protests against the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect I.P. Act two years ago, when sites like Reddit and Wikipedia and companies like Google and Facebook helped successfully topple antipiracy legislation. Instead, the prot
  23. By Mark Clayton, Staff writer / January 11, 2014 The small dish systems, VSATs, transmit often-sensitive data from far-flung locations for critical industries. A cyber-security report found thousands with 'their digital front doors wide open.' Thousands of small satellite dish-based computer systems that transmit often-sensitive data from far flung locations worldwide – oil rigs, ships at sea, banks, and even power grid substations – are at high risk of being hacked, including many in the United States, a new cyber-security report has found. Very-small-aperture terminals, or VSATs, are workhor
  24. AFP January 17, 2014 9:24AM BRITAIN'S High Court ruled that a group of internet users can sue Google over an alleged breach of privacy laws. The California-based internet giant had applied to have the case thrown out on the grounds that a British court has no jurisdiction to deal with it. The internet users accuse Google of bypassing security settings on Apple's Safari browser to track their browsing and target them with personalised adverts. High Court judge Michael Tugendhat ruled that British courts were the "appropriate jurisdiction" to try their claims. "I am satisfied that there is
  25. President Obama is getting ready to announce some major changes to the NSA and the various spying programs we have learned so much about in recent months thanks to a series of leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, but the damage has already been done. Couple that with the fact that major breaches perpetrated by malicious hackers around the world are on the rise once again, and there really is no better time than the present for those concerned with privacy and security to begin erasing their digital footprints. For those interested in doing so but who might need some guidance, a how
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