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Incognito Mode in Your Browser Isn’t As Private As You Think

The web browsers we use are shipped with settings that promise private browsing to the users. In Google Chrome, this is known as the Incognito’ mode whereas Firefox simply calls 317 more words

Java updater to stop pushing Ask Toolbar, will foist Yahoo search on you instead

Oracle’s Java, infamous in the past for bundling the Ask Toolbar as part of its install and update processes, is ditching Ask in favour of Yahoo’s search engine. 717 more words

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Living with Apple's Safari

”Safari is different. We don’t hate it, far from it, and for many of us it is our default web browser in every sense of the word,” William Gallagher writes for MacNN. 213 more words

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How to Work Privately in Opera Browser

Learn how to work privately in Opera browser, which can come handy to you if someone in your house spies history of your Opera browser. Follow these very simple steps:- 59 more words

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Tamper Data add-on for Firefox

With the help of Tamper Data Firefox add-on, you can:
– See and modify HTTP / HTTPS headers and POST parameters
– Monitor the time required for HTTP response / request… 46 more words

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DuckDuckGo search traffic soars 600% post-Snowden

When Gabriel Weinberg launched a new search engine in 2008 I doubt even he thought it would gain any traction in an online world dominated by Google. 506 more words

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ZenMate add-on for Firefox and Chrome

ZenMate is the easiest way to connect to a VPN from your web browser. You just have to install add-on and you have masked your real IP address. 116 more words

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