Category: internet

A simple solution to end the encryption debate

A simple solution to end the encryption debate:

A simple solution to end the encryption debate

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GDPR free script to comply with EU regulations

GDPR free script to comply with EU regulations:

GDPR free script to comply with EU regulations

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GDPR free script to comply with EU regulations

I created this small script to comply with EU regulations on the GDPR. Once placed on the website, informs all users of how many and which cookies are installed on the computer from that website, the user can click on the name of the cookie and read its features, if the user so wishes, can block every single cookies.

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How to leave anonymous review in Windows Store…

When I try to leave a review for any Microsoft Store app, it’ll display my first name. How do I make it different or anonymous without changing the first name of my Microsoft/Hotmail account?

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Do productivity apps pose a threat to privacy?

Hello /r/privacy,

My friend asked if it was safe privacy-wise to use habit tracking apps (Habitbull and the such) and I did not know what to answer 🙁

That’s why I am asking you to help me. I know that Habitica is not so good privacy wise, but apart from that my knowledge is zero.

Any help would be appreciated.

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What are everyone’s thoughts on Google Duplex?

I don’t know about y’all, but I have a privacy problem with it. I try to limit the amount of information Google has on me, and I have to say I have a problem with their AI potentially calling me on the phone.

Am I nuts or is this something we should be concerned about.

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Niibe Yutaka: GnuPG 2.1 Explained for Everyone

Niibe Yutaka: GnuPG 2.1 Explained for Everyone:

Niibe Yutaka: GnuPG 2.1 Explained for Everyone

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Way to bypass news site paywalls/subscriptions…

I saw a comment on here a few days ago about a site that allowed you to bypass those annoying “sign up to view the article” or “fill in a short survey to access the article” news sites.

From memory, it was just a simple example.com/[URL of article] trick.

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How to Keep Google From Owning Your Online Lif…

How to Keep Google From Owning Your Online Life:

How to Keep Google From Owning Your Online Life

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KeePass Key Stretching And Brute Force Attacks

Say you set the iterations/key stretching thing to 10,000,000 up from the default of 6,000. In what way, if any, does that hinder an adversary who can go through billions/trillions of guesses per second? Mine is set to 1,000,000 which causes a slightly noticeable delay when opening but I figure better safe than sorry (also using a very secure diceware password but I figure there’s no such thing as “too paranoid” when it comes to the most important password that guards my other passwords)

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