Keep your privacy secure, and your browsing habits confidential with Invisible Browsing

Privacy is probably the biggest concern on the Internet today. Keeping your personal and private information, personal and private isn’t as easy as it used to be. The number of identity theft victims over the past couple of years alone has dramatically increased. Every person that surfs the internet should have some minimum knowledge about how their personal data can be collected every time someone visits a web page. That’s why I like utilities like Invisible Browsing. It’s an advanced privacy tool for Windows.

Invisible Browsing hides your IP address, letting you surf anonymously and preventing your IP or other confidential information from being collected without your permission. Invisible Browsing can also clean your local Internet cache, so that you don’t have to worry about other people you share your computer with snooping through your Internet traffic tracks.

Invisible Browsing allows you to change your IP anytime by routing your Internet traffic through overseas servers. All proxies are tested in advance, providing a high speed, anonymous Internet connection. The app also functions as a Proxy Driver by adapting its Internal proxy list to your geographical location and your Internet connection. There is also an option available which allows you to import and test proxy lists that you find on the web.

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LockCrypt – a modern password and information manager with great features and UI

Let me ask you a question: how many passwords should a person memorize nowadays? If I’m going say “just one”, you might think that I’m using a single password (which is clearly not safe) to log on to my computer, the same to access several sites accounts and so on? Well, no, I’m using just a strong password to access a software which keeps all the other private stuff safe – LockCrypt.

Find out more reading the full review of LockCrypt or downloading LockCrypt.

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Secure Delete Confidential Files With SDelete

Delete confidential files permanently. Why? Because someone with a recovery software can easily restore deleted files. To permanently erase files and prevent confidential files getting into wrong hands, Microsoft offers a free command line utility – SDelete (Secure Delete) – this overwrites all the space occupied by the files you delete to prevent data recovery. This command line utility is part of the Sysinternals Suite.

P.S: files can be recovered even if you delete them with ‘Shift+Delete’ or you Empty the Recycle Bin, so yes… secure delete confidential files when there is a little chance that someone might recover them back 🙂

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