Security measures for privacy protection online
By Renee | 23/Sep/2017
You might have noticed that many floating ads or expanding ads when you browse online are targeted to your interests and tastes. Even though you are enjoying this, you would better think about how come the website knows you that well. It is really creepy if you get the bottom of the retrieve of the data and the things done with the data.
However, technology is changing quickly right now, and there are few rules and regulations to protect your online privacy. All you can do is to take security measure for your privacy protection online. In this article, you will find some useful tips for stop being tracked down.
Almost every website you visit tracks your online activity using cookies on your hard drive. These small cookies can follow you from site to site, track and collate your activity, and compile all of these into a database.
Cookies may store information like login or registration identification, user preferences, and online shopping cart information. The browser saves the information and sends it back to the web server. And then the web server may use the cookie to customize the display that sends to the user, or it may keep track of the different pages within the site that the user accesses and share the data to other online marketers.
Cookies can be hidden everywhere. So you would not want to miss a spot that nurtures them. Here’s the list of what you should clear after browsing the Internet:
->Browsing & Downloading History
->Form & Search History
->Offline Website Data
Many websites take advantage of flash cookies (supercookies, also) that is much harsher than the cookie we talked above. Erasing regular cookies, browsing history, and the cache, or choosing privacy option within the browser will not delete flash cookies. They cannot be deleted by any commercially available anti-spyware or adware removal program. However, if you use the Privacy Protector in Neptune SystemCare Ultimate can help deleting flash cookies.
Accessed Files History When Online
Since black technologies invade all works of life, we cannot ensure that what we have done on the computer locally would be recorded by others using some technical tricks. Therefore, we would better recent files every day before we shut down the computer.
You can clear Recent Files in Windows like this:
->Open File Explorer, click the File menu and then choose the Change folder and search options command.
->Find the tab General, check Show recently used files in Quick access and Show frequently used folders in Quick access, and then click Clear.
If you have downloaded Neptune SystemCare Ultimate, use the Privacy Protector with only one click. Things done!
These are only some of the security measures for privacy protection online. Please go to Neptune Resources to find more privacy protection methods.