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NetShred X

NetShred X is easy-to-use internet cache cleaner for Mac OS X that securely erases cache files your browser and email programs leave...

11 hours ago By Mireth Technology

Glary Utilities

Glary Utilities is a great system optimizer that provides a one-stop solution for PC performance optimization. It offers windows registry...

March 16, 2015 By Glarysoft

ISP code a US-style privacy sell-out

Some may welcome it as a conciliatory and positive step towards resolving disputes between ISPs and copyright holders, but the industry's new code of practice also turns Australia away from the privacy protections of its European heritage, and towards an American-style regime where privacy is less sacred than commercial interests.

November 27, 2011 by

File sharers to lose all privacy under MOU?

The Pirate Party Australia has criticised a recently signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Australia and the US on the grounds that it may result in a gross violation of Australian citizens' privacy.

November 20, 2011 by

Temp File Cleaner

Temp File Cleaner was designed to give users the power and flexibility needed to effectively manage temporary files on their machine....

February 9, 2015 By Addpcs

EPIC claim on Google Docs rings hollow

In the aftermath of a security boo-boo, in which a "a very small percentage" of Google Docs users had their documents exposed to the worldunintended collaborators, the Electronic Privacy Information Center has officially asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google engages in deceptive business practices. Here's the argument: Google has advertised Google Docs "files are stored securely online.

March 18, 2009 by

Privacy flaw haunts Apple Safari RSS reader

There's a major privacy problem with the RSS reader built into Apple's Safari browser.According to an alert from Brian Mastenbrook, there is a serious Safari vulnerability that allows a malicious web site to read files on a user's hard drive without user intervention.

January 13, 2009 by

Google's 9 month log anonymization a farce?

Google has said that it is now "anonymizing" their log files after just 9 months instead of the previous 18 -- that sounds great to people concerned about their privacy and take things at face value (I'm pretty sure not many people fit into both of those categories). Chris Soghoian definitely isn't.

September 11, 2008 by

PGP Personal Security 7.03

PGP Personal Security will only be effective if you understand what it's doing and make it part of an overall security scheme -- just installing and running it won't provide a miracle cure.

July 12, 2001 by

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