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The Ultimate Guide to Protect Your Privacy & Identity 1,913 Views

Protect Your Privacy And IdentityThe Internet has become an essential resource for all of us. We rely on the Internet to send or receive emails, post or share photos and messages on social networking sites, shop for clothes, search for information, etc. Free public WiFi hotspots have also made it increasingly convenient for us to connect to the Internet when we are away from home. Unfortunately, some of us are too casual and careless with how we manage our personal information and activities online. This leaves us vulnerable to identity theft and invasion of our privacy. As you visit a website, login to your email, post an update on Facebook, or do any other activity online, you inevitably leave digital footprints that can be tracked and traced back to your identity.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

Public IP vs Private IP Addresses 1,850 Views

Public IP vs Private IPIP Addresses have different classifications and there are many different types of IP Address available for distribution. Examples of different IP Addresses include static, dynamic, private and public. These types of IP Addresses have different functions and are distributed in different methods. When considering IP Addresses and internet security, it is important to learn the difference between Public and Private addresses.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Protect Your Personal Information Online 1,850 Views

Protect Personal InformationSurfing the Internet used to be one of the last bastions of privacy and security. After all, since you didn’t have to get dressed, get in your car, and drive anywhere to shop or meet new people, you could build any kind of profile you wanted for yourself. You could have any name and be any person you wanted to be (theoretically) and nobody would be able to uncover your identity if you didn’t want them to have it. But unfortunately, things have changed. Today, most people tend to be naïve and unaware of the many different ways that their personal information may be stored online. They’re even less likely to know how both companies and individuals gain access to this data.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

Best Tor Alternatives 1,688 Views

Tor AlternativesTor or “The Onion Router” is a piece of software that allows people to browse the internet using an anonymous connection. Internet traffic is directed through a series of relays (over seven thousand available currently), and at each relay, the data is encrypted and decrypted so that no relay or node will know the location of the previous or next relay the data is being sent to. This method of layering (like the layers of an onion), provides a great level of anonymity and is the main reason why Tor is widely used. But it has some drawbacks, and due to these drawbacks, there are other alternatives available that provide anonymous browsing in a similar way to the Tor Network.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

Proxy vs VPN 1,680 Views

Proxy vs VPNPeople use various web proxies such as a US proxy site to hide their IP address. Web proxies hide your IP address, but do not safeguard the data you transmit online against threats from cyber criminals. A VPN not only hides your IP address but it also allows you to access content anonymously. Unlike your ISP or some web proxies, VPN's like Hotspot Shield doesn’t keep a log of any of your web activity.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

What is Censorship? 1,641 Views

CensoredCensorship is The suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security. This could be seen as government censorship but there are more indirect forms of censorship not necessarily controlled by an organization or political party - It could be something as simple as a parent controlling what their children watches on television. Basically any control of the availability of information could be seen as censorship. Censorship has been happening in some form or other for thousands of years and the types of censorship continually evolve as technologies and customs do too. Today we see modern censorship on platforms like the internet, television and newspaper’s but it comes in all forms.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Unblock YouTube 1,536 Views

Unblock YouTubeYou could use a proxy to access blocked sites such as YouTube, but you'll be trading privacy and security for that freedom: While a proxy allows you to visit blocked sites, all of the information you type in can be tracked and stored by the proxy owner. This also makes proxies a prime target for hackers. When you want to unblock YouTube, VPN connections give you secure access to servers throughout the world, meaning that you can use their IP addresses to access region-locked content without revealing your location, identity, or other sensitive information. A VPN gives you unrestricted access to the YouTube videos you want to watch, and a VPN doesn't keep any personal data or track any of your online activity. With a VPN, your digital footprints disappear.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

How to Get Lower Skype Calling Rates 1,533 Views

Lower Skype Calling RatesWhile there are other Internet telecommunication apps, Skype is one of the most popular. Skype is free when making calls through the app, but you’d need to pay a subscription fee to call landline or mobile numbers. Additionally, the calling rates are different for each country. So, if the country you live in has high international calling rates, then it’s a high likelihood that your Skype international calling rates will be high as well. However, if you’re living in the U.S., then your rates would be on the low end. So the question is if you’re living in a country that has high calling rates on Skype, is there a way to get lower rates? Fortunately, there is a way. The trick is to make Skype think that you’re making the calls from inside the U.S. or any place where you can find cheaper rates. How is this possible?
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

How to Delete Instagram Account 1,508 Views

Delete Instagram AccountInstagram collects a wide range of information on its users. This information includes your name, email address, phone contacts, and data on how you use Instagram. Because Instagram collects so much data on its users, you might consider to delete your account. Here’s how you can disable or delete your account.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020
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