Category: digital se

Is it possible to build a porn site and receiv…

I’ve already found a way of owning a domain name anonymously (better than concealing my who.is), and paying for my hosting through bitcoin (and no sign-up).

But is there any way the site I’d like to build could be tracked back to me? I just don’t want the general public finding out that I’m behind the site if I’m to build it.

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Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Polic…

Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Police Use to Crack Devices – NY Times:

Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Police Use to Crack Devices – NY Times

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By default, what info can apps get from your p…

  1. Say I download a new app on the Store for my iPhone/Android. What info can the app get from your phone by default? Phone model, number , IMEI?

  2. When you download an app, is there a way for the app to know that your device has downloaded that app before? (ex: I download the Facebook app, then uninstall it. Then re-install it. How does FB know it was installed on the same device vs a new device?)

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Justice Department seizes reporter’s phone, em…

Justice Department seizes reporter’s phone, email records in leak probe: report:

Justice Department seizes reporter’s phone, email records in leak probe: report

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I have some personal information online, not s…

I currently have some personal information online linked to my name including name and date of birth. I’m not sure if I should be concerned enough to take it down. I probably could get it done, but it would take a bit of work and cooperation from a few sites.

Besides that I currently don’t have much on me online at all – no social media at all and I recently deleted a lot of online accounts on top of this. Although, I’m sure a lot of information could be found still as information is never truly deleted online

It is probably a good idea to not have info of yourself online, I thought I’d see what your guys opinion is though.

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Questions about the VeraCrypt program, and abo…

Hello, I have some questions related to privacy, namely:

– I want to install VeraCrypt on a computer that has an SSD and HDD (GPT, UEFFI), will everything work? Because from what I read, I did not use GPT, I do not know how to do it and I will make sure it will screw up. I am talking about complete encryption, i.e. with the system boot. Does turning on the computer and using it slow down the work through this encryption? How does this affect later work and whether you need to do something later, or just encryption, and then just enter the password?

– I have a problem with the choice of drivers for the laptop, namely how to install the latest drivers for the entire paw (processor, graphics, audio and others) it seems to me that the computer is slower, whether it is a procedure for manufacturers to slow down computers with new updates, then to encourage to buy new ones, do they actually give better protection? because with these newer drivers it is written that it contains better security, but as I wrote, it is not a catch that it will protect you, and it will slow your computer down, after all, how to protect your computer with this encryption and do some more important things device drivers can have some effect on security?

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Chrome and Firefox leaks let sites steal visit…

Chrome and Firefox leaks let sites steal visitors’ Facebook names, profile pics:

Chrome and Firefox leaks let sites steal visitors’ Facebook names, profile pics

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Website leaked real-time location of most US c…

Website leaked real-time location of most US cell phones to almost anyone – ARS:

Website leaked real-time location of most US cell phones to almost anyone – ARS

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Hackers Say They Hacked NSA-Linked Group, Want…

Hackers Say They Hacked NSA-Linked Group, Want 1 Million Bitcoins to Share More:

Hackers Say They Hacked NSA-Linked Group, Want 1 Million Bitcoins to Share More

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Hacker Breaches Securus, the Company That Help…

Hacker Breaches Securus, the Company That Helps Cops Track Phones Across the US:

Hacker Breaches Securus, the Company That Helps Cops Track Phones Across the US

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