privacy

  1. MatsuShimizu

    Chrome 94’s new feature to monitor users. Switch to Firefox - ITSFoss

    https://www.itsfoss.net/switch-to-firefox-from-chrome/ The new Google Chrome 94 launches what is known as the ” Idle Detection API “, or inactivity detection API . This API is able to detect developers when a user is inactive in the browser, indicating, for example, the lack of interaction with...
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    How could a hacker accessed Admin's Home directory?

    I request everyone to read full and help me and, sorry for my English. I often got few text files (named as "New Text Document.tmp" / "WindowsUpdate..log", WindowsUpdate-1.tmp" / "0000001.tmp" / "0000001 copy.tmp" / "0000001 copy (2).tmp" ...) in my desktop while using Windows (7 & 10), even...
  3. MatsuShimizu

    Former Malware Distributor Now Owns ExpressVPN - Restore Privacy

    https://restoreprivacy.com/kape-technologies-owns-expressvpn-cyberghost-pia-zenmate-vpn-review-sites/ Summary from the link above: Before 2018, Kape Technologies was called Crossrider and it was an infimous player in the malware industry. You can still find numerous articles about Crossrider’s...
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    Linux Privacy Manager is needed

    Just like the Task Manager that monitors all running processes is there a Privacy Manager that monitors processes consuming users data and metadata and maybe a button that keep users all data private. Users data privacy is very important today when the data consumption is exponentially growing...
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    Does Linux Lite collect any personal information by default?

    I have installed the latest version of Linux Lite on my lenovo G50 laptop. Recently, I have been concerned about the way various linux distros are collecting a substantial amount of personal information from linux users around the world. And in a lot of linux distros, there isn’t a...
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    Transitioning away from corporate and into open source

    Hello all! I feel like I want to "get off the grid", I believe is the expression. Basically everything I do is dependent on Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple... and I feel like it's all too much. I want to start taking up measures in order to protect myself and my personal information better...
  7. X

    BlackArch, Kali, Parrot or Tails???

    Anyone have thoughts on the pros & cons of these "security" distros?
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