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
Nowadays, when privacy threats multiply by the minute, it is not a question anymore whether we can get away with using outdated versions of Internet and PC privacy software. New threats pose new challenges and to keep our computer’s defense system powerful enough to fight them is something we can do a lot about. In this article we’d like to highlight the top 5 reasons why it is crucial to keep your east-tec Eraser subscription active and the product up-to-date. We are going to list both privacy and efficiency issues to give you a full picture.Read More
If you are one of the hundreds of millions who regularly use Dropbox, there is something you should know: While the service provides a very handy and hassle free way for file storage, syncing and sharing, its cache folder, hidden on your hard drive, can easily turn into a goldmine for hackers. Dropbox cache was designed to offer users a quick and effortless way to restore deleted files, so it retains a copy of every single file you delete, on your HDD.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