How To Delete Your Internet Footprint Stored By Google

How To Delete Your Internet Footprint Stored By Google
In this article I will provide you a guide that will help you delete the history of your Google activities. As you may know, the Google Account is logging every move you make on the internet. Google records everything you searched on the internet, all the addresses you've ever typed in Chrome, the videos you've seen on YouTube, the news you've read through Google News or the destinations you've visited via Google Maps. This information is mostly collected and used to provide personalized ads ...
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Three reasons why I use Brave Browser for Android

Three reasons why I use Brave Browser for Android
YouTube in the background + Adblocker + Chrome + Lion Icon + Android = Brave Browser. While I am an old Mozilla and FOSS software fan, I never enjoyed their browser on my Android device, so I used Opera a period and then Chrome. Since I have received the Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade on my Nexus 5x, I was not able to use the Suamp music player anymore and so, I needed to look for an alternative that permitted me to minimize the app I used for listening music on YouTube. The quest has ended when...
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The Ultimate Guide For Protecting Yourself From Malicious CPU Minigolf Websites

The Ultimate Guide For Protecting Yourself From Malicious CPU Mining
Lately, the crypto currency mining has risen a lot. Many malicious sites have started using the CPU to mine for Monero bitcoin, similar to what PirateBay did until they were caught. Also, the Trend Micro team has discovered Digmine, a crypto malware that spreads through Facebook Messenger and infects the systems with Monero miners. The virus spreads via Facebook Messenger, when the malicious videos are opened in the Chrome browser, allowing the hackers to access the infected account and sprea...
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OSArmor Is An Anti Exploit Free Software That Blocks Malicious Processes From Running

OSArmor Is An Anti Exploit Free Software That Blocks Malicious Processes From Running
As you may know, OSArmor is a free anti exploit software that stays in the Windows Tray and protects the computer against auto executable scripts. The software has been designed by the NoVirus Thanks and is officially supported on Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Main features: Block execution of pif, com and double file extensions. Block USB spreading malware. Prevent "important" system modifications via bcedit.exe. Block direct execution of scripts and exe files from archi...
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Opera 50 NoCoin Feature Will Prevent Malicious Sites From Performing CPU Bitcoin Mining

Opera NoCoin
Starting with Opera 50 stable, the Chromium based internet browser will receive two awesome changes: enhanced VPN service, which will be using the Opera data centers instead of the SurfEasy LLC ones used in the present and a new function called NoCoin, designed to block websites from performing CPU mining while you navigate on the internet. The revised VPN function: Starting with the new VPN function, Canada, US, Germany, Netherlands and Singapore will be replaced with Europe, America and Asia...
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After few months Locky ransomware reappeared

locky ransomware
According to a Malwarebytes article, after it went dark for months, Locky ransomware returned with two new 'flavors'. The new versions use new command and control servers. They also use two new affiliate IDs: AffillD3 and AffillD5. The way that the ransomware is spreading has not changed much. It still uses phishing e-mails that contains malicious code into MS Office files or archived attachments. Back in 2016, Locky ransomware was in top 3 along with Cryptowall and Cerber. It came back in...
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PlayStation Plus prices are changing from 31st of August

playstation plus prices are changing
PlayStation Plus prices are changing starting 31st of August. If you have a PlayStation console there's something you should know, in case you did not received an e-mail recently. The PS Plus subscription prices will get higher. The official e-mail sounds like this: We will alter the price of a PlayStation®Plus membership at 00:01 BST on 31 August 2017. As you are an existing member, this means that all recurring subscription fees payable by you on or after 31 August 2017 will be charged at ...
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Fruitfly malware went undetected for years

fruitfly malware
A new Mac malware has passed undetected for years allowing its operator to spy on its victims. The Fruitfly malware has been patched in January 2017, but Patrick Wardle, scientist researcher at security firm Synack has discovered another version of the malware out in the open. Patrick was formerly a NSA hacker. This new version could gain control of the victim's computer, take screenshots of their screen, take webcam photos and more. So far it has been known that Fruitfly has infected nearly ...
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Perceptual Ad Blocker blocks ads by graphic elements, not by code

Perceptual Ad Blocker blocks ads by graphic elements, not by code
A few guys from Princeton and Stanford universities have worked together and create Perceptual Ad Blocker, a different piece of adblocking software, that detects ads by the graphical elements, the content dimensions and the sponsored words. The software does not hide the ads completely, but covers them and displays the "This is an ad” text. As you may know, the classical adblocking software analyzes the source code of pages to identify the ads, while Perceptual Ad blocker does things in a dif...
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