MyPrivacy is a privacy tool that helps you maintain your privacy by cleaning up all traces of your Internet and PC activities. It helps you erase data you may have entered like personal information in online forms, Urls in your browser address bar...
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Avant4u MyPrivacy is a privacy tool that helps you maintain your privacy by cleaning up all traces of your Internet and PC activities. It helps you erase data you may have entered like personal information in online forms, Urls in your browser address bar, files you searched for, etc. Data that otherwise would be exposed to other users of your computer. It also helps you clear the files from both the Temp & the Temporary Internet Explorer folders.
Preserve your privacy:
Your Windows PC and Internet Explorer Browser have several helpful features that help make your computing experience easier. Windows lists the recently viewed files so that you can re access them easily. To make your Internet experience more hassle free, Internet Explorer prompts you with previously used entries while you fill a form online. It remembers previously visited websites and displays them all on a drop down menu each time you try to type something new in the address bar.
But the price you pay for these features is a lack of privacy. Anybody who has access to your computer can pry into what you were doing both on your system and online.
The documents you worked on, the images you viewed, the applications you used, the websites you visited, even the files or text you searched for … all these details are exposed for any one interested enough.
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