Archive for the ‘Privacy & data protection’ Category

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ShazzleMail- Application to maintain your email privacy

Today we see more of new services that offer anonymous surfing and mailing. this because many online service store users information on their systems and this makes end users not safe from reusing the data in the future. ShazzleMail is one of the interesting mail system that you can use to protect your privacy. ShazzleMail is [...]

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Privacy Groups Calling for Internet Users to Employ More Security Tools

When Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the National Security Agency last summer, revealing that the agency had spied on millions of people online, Internet privacy advocates and security experts were concerned. If the U.S. government was able to engage in a large scale surveillance program without anyone noticing, who else is watching average Americans [...]

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How Safe is the Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

Google Chrome can be called one of the most popular browsers used by people all across the world. The main reason for using Chrome is the ‘Incognito’ mode that allows private browsing to the users. Through this mode, the users can browse through the internet without leaving behind any history. Incognito mode deletes any history [...]

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Shrturl: link shortened with fake web pages

Many users on social network use the short link services which comes to reduce the URL of the shared link. this helps on certain website such as twitter where you are allowed to post only 140 characters per post. on the other hand and from the security prospective this may involve negative points such as [...]

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5 Ways to Protect your Phone from Security Threats

The implications of a lost cell phone go much deeper than the inconvenience (and expense) of replacing that brand-new iPhone 5. Unless you’ve been careful, you could lose inestimable sensitive information — from contact info to emails, passwords, access to all your social networking sites and even financial information. Intelligent identity thieves can take the [...]

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Browzar Keeps Your Navigation Private

When you use your computer you may keep all your internet activity that can be tracked by other people. here we are talking about Cookies, History, Temp files, and Passwords. it will be possible to configure your Firefox browser or IE to erase your track after closing the navigating web page but also you can [...]

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Symantec: 96 Percent of Lost Smartphones At Risk

Smartphone Honey Stick is a new project launched by security software company Symantec, Scott Wright conducted this study with about 50 Smartphones left in several cities including New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area in USA and Ottawa with different ways like some of them left in elevators others in public [...]

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