- Jul 20, 2016
I found an infographic via reddit and found it really interesting. What do you guys think about it?
How do I trust the people behind some of these tools to guard my privacy?
Always waiting for the first password manager to be cracked open. Where is that commercial or otherwise VPN pushing my data?
Are VPN's truly anonymous, why use a VPN if your using HTTPs.. (i know it will mask your source)
Do you know who owns that VPN service you are using? Can you trust them enough with your data you are passing through them thinking you are completely secure and anonymous?
i really hate ad blockers cause i believe the stie should be paid. if it was just add once they started with all the tracking im getting torn.
i always use
- HTTPS pluging
- PWDhash ( if you dont like password managers) or Keepass ( prefered/more safe)
- disable receptiosn of third party cookies. enabled accpetiong of fist part cookies. wipe all cookies at close down except for the sites i actually have autologin on.
#2 that is a very valid point. which is why i advice to always use opensource software for security.