If your dad owns a PC and you haven’t decided yet what to get him for Father’s Day, we might be able to help you with a gift idea. Safeguarding the privacy of his browsing data, online finances, social networking, emails, Skype, documents, images and many more, become much easier and secure using east-tec Eraser. The software will securely wipe his confidential Internet tracks, applications history and Windows tracks beyond recovery. Let’s take a virtual tour that shows some of the most important ways this powerful privacy suite can protect his data and identity.Read More
In case you have been using the popular encryption product, please pay close attention to the information we share in this article, since your data privacy is likely to be in danger. TrueCrypt’s recent, mysterious end-of-life announcement has shocked the crypto-world and a huge number of worldwide users. The announcement officially states that “Using TrueCrypt is not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues” and that “the development of TrueCrypt was ended in 5/2014 after Microsoft terminated support of Windows XP. You should migrate any data encrypted by TrueCrypt to encrypted disks or virtual disk images supported on your platform.”Read More
Welcome to the latest post in our Expert Interviews section.
Solid technical expertise, brilliant writing style and outstanding dedication: Meet Al Fasoldt, the tech-writer behind the world’s longest newspaper and online coverage of computers, software and consumer technology.Read More
There are numerous data wipe standards for the secure removal of sensitive information from PC hard drives and removable data storage devices. east-tec Eraser offers you 14 of them. In this article we would like to recommend you wipe methods for different privacy scenarios and tell you what speed/security balance you can expect when running them. We have also included screenshots to show you how much it is a child`s play to switch between standards with the software’s built-in slider selector.Read More
Thanksgiving is all about family and friends; it’s almost like an early Christmas. No wonder that an estimated 25 million Americans are expected to fly out to visit their loved ones this year, looking forward to have a good time together. Until they arrive to enjoy the much anticipated turkeys and pies and parade, the rigors travelling during such peak periods brings, may try even the most experienced pilgrims. And in recent years it’s not only been the rush to catch the crowded flights, the juggling with heavy luggage at busy airports and the usual hassle associated with such journeys travellers have had to face. Laptop theft and loss have also been on the constant rise, so have data and identity theft as a result of using unsecured, or unofficial WiFi connections at airports.Read More