Category Archives: Privacy

5 Free Automatic Kill Switches for Unexpected VPN Disconnection

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> If you think that you’re the only user on your computer and nobody is watching what you’re doing on the PC or what kind of websites you visit, you may be wrong because there is a possibility that your Internet Service Provider or the government is monitoring your online activities. More and more… Read More »

Stay In Your Own Lane

Did mama ever tell you to mind your own business or Stay in your own lane? For decades, musicians have been reminding us of the importance of a lesson that often falls on deaf ears. As a matter of fact, in 1949, Hank Williams began swooning about the topic when he sang the lyrics “If the wife and… Read More »

5 Ways to Delete the Hidden Flash Cookies

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> Browser cookies are probably the most important pieces of history data stored on the computer that can be used to keep a user logged on to a website, remember your flash video player volume setting, items added to shopping cart, and even to the extent of tracking the user’s web browsing habits. That… Read More »

How to Uninstall REFOG Keylogger Without Knowing Master Password

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> We’ve had a few requests from users in the forum recently asking how to uninstall or remove the REFOG Keylogger from their computer. REFOG Keylogger logs all key presses on your PC and saves any text pasted from the clipboard. It even does periodic screen captures to give an illustrated usage history of… Read More »

Easily Switch Between 5 Different IP Changing Proxy Surfing Software

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> There are quite a number of ways to change your IP address probably to protect your privacy by preventing scripts from tracking your surfing behavior, accessing blocked websites such as video streaming sites or even online promotions that are only available for visitors from certain countries. It is also well known that these… Read More »

View and Delete Thumbnails in Thumbs.db or thumbcache.db

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> If you’ve accidentally downloaded a sensitive image file that can get you into trouble, deleting the file from Windows is just not enough even if you’ve perform a secure wipe. Forensics people can still retrieve the image from your computer, thanks to the thumbnail caching feature. When you open a folder containing a… Read More »

View, Examine and Delete Internet Explorer INDEX.DAT Contents

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> Every web browser uses database method to store the history locally on the hard drive for faster access and one example is Firefox that uses SQLite database. Unless you have a SSD hard drive or put your Firefox profile’s database in RAMDisk, eventually Firefox web browser will come to a crawl when the… Read More »

Protecting yourself when downloading using BitTorrent

class=”post-single-content”> id=”content” class=”thecontent” itemprop=”articleBody”> class=”adslot_1″> Even when you just mention the word “Torrent” these days, it’s automatically associated with piracy and downloading music or movies. While this may be true to a large degree, bittorrent can still be used for completely legitimate downloading including Linux ISO images and game patches to name only a few. If we’re honest… Read More »