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Piper
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Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2005 @ 16:59

Hey Larry or Darlt! Its your sista (Larry) at her friend's house. We have a burning desire to know how one adds the "Clean With Bleach" feature to Friend's computer. Once done, can one use this feature to clean up e-mails that Friend's tacky, tacky "friend" used to order unmentionables online!!!
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Posted Thursday, December 29, 2005 @ 19:34

Clean With Bleach?

How Do I Avoid and Erase Internet Footprints?

Remember, many online activities you consider private probably aren’t. If you want more control, crank up your browser security settings so that your computer will warn you of uploads, downloads and other attempted changes more frequently.

You can avoid some Internet footprints—such as broadcasting your IP address—by using an anonymous browser to hide your computer identity. This is like wearing a mask; the websites you visit can tell you are on the website, but they can’t tell where you’re from.

Also, many firewall software packages offer Internet browsing in "stealth" mode. In this mode, your computer will not respond to the constant flow of queries your computer receives while online.

You can arm your computer with defense software such as anti-virus software and anti-spyware software to keep intrusive programs off your computer. If you want more privacy, consider a privacy software package that can clean your memory and erase footprints that online activity leaves on your computer, such as email records.

Finally, you can mask your email identity by using an anonymous email account. Of course, anonymous Internet tools are popular with those involved in nuisance and illegal email tasks (such as sending bulk spam) but these tools are also valuable to those with valid agendas (for example, to protect the identity of those who investigate spammers).

Most of the time, nobody cares about your online activities. But if your personal computer is ever compromised by a virus or spyware, hacked, or confiscated by someone who is interested in what you do online, having a few safeguards in place can keep your online computer activities private.

References
Opsahl, Kurt. EFF.org: Court Crushes Online Journalists' Rights. (2005).

LM: You can delete your "Temporary Internet" files and clear your "History" by going to "Tools" and then "Internet Options" in Internet Explorer. Click the "Delete Files" and "Clear History" buttons. Click the "Delete Cookies" button to delete all your cookies AND websites that retain settings that you specify ... like auto login at MSN.

There will still be some references to sites that you have visited, but they are in obscure places.

Larry

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KPMiller
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Posted Sunday, January 1, 2006 @ 17:40

What is an anonymous browser?
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Posted Monday, January 23, 2006 @ 03:51

You could try something like this.Window washer

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Hey what are these ohm things?
Do they bite?

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Posted Monday, January 23, 2006 @ 03:53

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Originally posted by KPMiller
What is an anonymous browser?

surfing the web and no one knows who you are and can not git your info.

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Hey what are these ohm things?
Do they bite?

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