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April 26, 2006 By Privacy-pro

Anonymous Forum Buddy

Anonymous Forum Buddy masks the IP address by routing your traffic through foreign anonymous proxies. This way you can surf, read mail,...

September 16, 2013 by

Who's on Tor? Dissent, bots or porn?

Researchers who found a vulnerability in the protocols used in the Tor anonymous Internet service used it to survey the traffic on the network. They found that "…while the content of Tor hidden services is rather varied, the most popular hidden services are related to botnets."

February 14, 2011 by

Chrome extension: Users can clean their search results, alert Google to possible spammers

If you've been finding more spam in your Google search results that you care for, there's now an extension for the Chrome browser that not only allows users to block sites from their personalized results but also helps Google identify some of the worst offenders of search engine manipulation.It's part of Google's ongoing battle with content farms, sites with shallow or low-quality content that have a main purpose of generating web traffic sent in via Google results.

January 5, 2011 by

4chan suffers DDoS while Anonymous attacks Tunisia

The 4chan image board and forum, which has been used by some members of the Anonymous group of online activists, suffered a distributed denial of service attack on Tuesday.The site was temporarily overwhelmed with malicious web traffic, according to a post by 4chan founder Christopher 'Moot' Poole.

September 2, 2008 by

GOOG's Chrome is all about Wall Street . . .

Google's launch of its browser Chrome seems to be less to do with running web applications quickly, than it is about its rapidly growing traffic acquisition costs.Google pays a lot of money to third parties for traffic directed to its search sites.

July 7, 1998 by

IE rise could hurt Netcenter

Netscape's Navigator browser continued to lose market share to Microsoft's Internet Explorer in the first half of this year, according to a new study from AdKnowledge Inc. But more than browsers are at stake in this battle: Netscape's (Nasdaq:NSCP) new Internet gateway, Netcenter, has come to account for a quarter of the company's revenues, and it relies heavily on Navigator to draw traffic.


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