Why Clearing Your Browsing History Does Not Protect Your Privacy

Why Clearing Your Browsing History Does Not Protect Your Privacy

I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but when you clear your history to keep your browsing activities confidential, it’s like moving a folder full of confidential documents from your desk into the desk’s drawer. Even though the folder is gone from the direct view of unwanted people, but the documents still exist and can easily be found with a bit of extra effort.

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How To Cover Your Internet Activity Tracks And Stop People From Spying On You?

How To Cover Your Internet Activity Tracks And Stop People From Spying On You?

Internet privacy is one of the most talked about topics these days. However, without realizing how your computer actually interacts with the web, it is impossible to achieve that desired peace of mind.

To easily understand what’s going on between your computer and the web when you visit various websites, let’s use a simple analogy.

Think of your computer’s hard drive as a blank diary and your computer’s mouse as a ballpoint pen. Anytime you authorize an action on the web with the click of your mouse – whether it is sending a message on Facebook, buying a new tablet on Amazon.com, looking for the best restaurant in town, watching U2’s latest music video, or checking your balance on your Internet banking site – it’s just like writing an entry in the diary.

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Anti-Boss Evidence Wiping: Use east-tec Eraser In Stealth Mode

Anti-Boss Evidence Wiping: Use east-tec Eraser In Stealth Mode

Everyone has a boss. Whether it is the manager in the office, or your wife at home, tense moments and risky situations easily manifest if you leave traces of your sensitive (or even naughty) computer activities behind. In theory, it is only your business what websites you visit, what services you use, or what files you save. But reality is somewhat different. If you neglect to regularly clean up your mess, you are likely to get into some serious trouble sooner or later.

What if your boss looks up your browsing history and finds out that you regularly visit or download content from a job search engine, or a NSFW site? Or if your wife is a bit more of a computer savvy than you expected and she finds those delicate deleted images in your Recycle Bin? Or recovers chat room conversations you had with your brand new online girlfriend? You surely do not want to risk any of those to happen, do you?

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