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Web browsing is the most popular PC activity. It’s also the most dangerous PC activity. Today, approximately 95% of PC viruses come from web browsing. You can receive viruses through the web platform of your email client – like Gmail – or by visiting an infected website. Today’s antivirus software typically only detects a virus after it’s installed on your PC – which doesn’tRead More
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 Dark Web, also known as the Deep Web, is often described as the bottom part of the iceberg. While the top part of the iceberg is visible above the water, the lower part makes up the bulk of the iceberg’s mass and lies hidden beneath the waves. It’s a good analogy. The dark web is a dangerous place filled with the internet’s seediest individuals. From hitmen to drug smugglers to humRead More
You don’t have to be part of an elite hacking group to be anonymous online. Being anonymous means protecting your personal information and hiding your identity. With the right tips and tricks, it’s surprisingly easy to stay anonymous online. Whether you’re committing illegal acts or just don’t want people peeking in on your browsing habits, we can show you exactly how to remain anonymouRead More
The infamous black market website Silk Road was recently brought down by the FBI. The Silk Road and other deep web/dark web sites were only accessible through the use of Tor, a web browsing-encryption tool. Tor has long been the standard for avoiding tracking online and spy agency authorities are fully aware of its existence. The Guardian recently revealed that the NSA and GCHQ (the UK’s versRead More