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The Grand Tor: How To Go Anonymous Online (Wired)

Wired: The Grand Tor: How To Go Anonymous Online. (Fifty points for the headline.) “Earlier this month, Tor announced an update to its so-called onion services, which use Tor’s anonymizing features to hide not just individual people on the web, but servers too, allowing for so-called dark web or darknet sites and other services that can’t be physically traced to any locatable computer. 62 more words

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Ars Technica: Chrome 63 offers even more protection from malicious sites, using even more memory

Ars Technica: Chrome 63 offers even more protection from malicious sites, using even more memory. “To further increase its enterprise appeal, Chrome 63—which hit the browser’s stable release channel yesterday—includes a couple of new security enhancements aimed particularly at the corporate market.”

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Firefox Quantum (Part 1)

I’ve been a Firefox fan for a long time. Back in the mid 2000’s, before my awakening, I used Internet Explorer like most everyone else. 784 more words

Ars Technica: Chrome Apps are dead, as Google shuts down the Chrome Web Store section

Ars Technica: Chrome Apps are dead, as Google shuts down the Chrome Web Store section. “More than a year ago, Google announced that Chrome Apps would be removed from Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of Chrome (but not Chrome OS) some time in 2017, and it seems we’ve come to that point today. 57 more words

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The eli4d Gazette - Issue 042

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I’ve been using the Firefox browser for a very long time. It embodies the spirit of the Internet in both freedom and privacy. I’m not sure if this can be said of the other mass market browsers. 133 more words

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MakeUseOf: The Easy Guide to Google Chrome

MakeUseOf: The Easy Guide to Google Chrome. “Google’s Chrome is now the biggest browser in the world, with half the world using it as their default browser. 97 more words

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The Register: Google Chrome vows to carpet bomb meddling Windows antivirus tools

The Register: Google Chrome vows to carpet bomb meddling Windows antivirus tools. “By mid-2018 Google Chrome will no longer allow outside applications – cough, cough, antivirus packages – to run code within the browser on Windows. 39 more words

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