SpyRemover Pro 3.05 Is someone stealing your information from your PC? Is your browser home page hijacked? Are you in danger of identity theft? Are you being spied on? Are you being watched and tracked? Find out with SpyRemover.
Pop-up Free 1.56 Get rid of annoying popup windows and enhance your Web surf experience. Kill unexpected popup windows and protect your privacy. No more annoying advertisement windows and save your time.
Description: Whenever you use your computer, you will leave traces of your activities. Investigators, your employer, your colleagues and friends, and your family members can find out what you have been doing on-line. They can find out what web sites you have visited, what documents you have used, what programs you have run, what music and movies you have played, and other activities. In addition, when you are on the Internet, you may have downloaded intrusive devices such as cookies, bugs, and spyware. These devices may strike at any time on your PC. These problems raise not just privacy concerns but serious security issues as well.
History Sweeper can automatically clean up the history of your online activities and protect your privacy; remove intrusive devices from your PC and increase your online security; and save storage space and improve performance of your computer. Works with Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista.
HistorySweep 2.30 HistorySweep is a powerful privacy protection tool which removes the browsing history left behind by your web browser. Web browsers built in privacy functions will NOT completely
2009 Spyware Remover 5.2 2009 Spyware Remover is a super anti spyware tha provides real-time protection against spyware, adware, Trojan horses, keyloggers, spyware cookies, adbots, spybots, browser home
U.S. Opposed Passport Privacy Protections The Bush administration opposed security measures for new microchip-equipped passports that privacy advocates contended were needed to prevent identity theft, government snooping or a terror attack, according to State Department documents released Friday.
U.S. Opposes Passport Privacy Protections The Bush administration opposed security measures for new microchip-equipped passports that privacy advocates contended were needed to prevent identity theft, government snooping or a terror attack, according to State Department documents released Friday.