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Jul 29th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Uncategorized | 0 Comment
For years, Tor has been the most popular encryption method for internet users. Tor wraps your internet connection in a layered proxy. It anonymizes you online and lets you browse the internet free of tracking – and it also lets you visit sites on the deep web. Understandably, law enforcement agencies around the world have run into problems with Tor. How can you arrest hackers, scammers, anRead More
The recent privacy scandals in the United States have made Americans believe that all our electronic devices are spying on us. Unfortunately, that’s closer to the truth than many people like to think. From your desktop computer to your mobile phone, people are “spying” on you all the time. Advertisers deliver ads to your smartphone based on your current GPS location and internet cookieRead More
Firefox has slowly been losing ground over the past few years to Chrome. Chrome consistently wins browser speed tests, and people appreciate browser speed more than any other quality. Firefox, for all its features, fell by the wayside. But Firefox is a long ways away from being down and out. It’s still enjoyed by millions of users around the world every day. A recent announcement from FRead More
Most computers that hold top secret information aren’t connected to the internet. Instead, they’re part of heavily protected internal server networks that have several layers of defense between themselves and the internet. If you’re trying to hide from the NSA, then it makes sense the first thing you would do is disconnect your PC’s internet cable. Shut off the wireless network, andRead More
Did you know Google Maps tracks your location history? You probably did. But did you know you can still view that data years after it’s collected? If you have an Android phone, then Google is tracking everywhere your GPS signal goes. It’s kind of creepy, kind of cool, and kind of helpful all rolled into one. You can check out your location data here: https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/Read More