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General Software Discussion / Re: Beware of download sites
« on: November 09, 2015, 02:32 AM »
I fear these sites like I fear the Devil.

What has happened to the Internet that we once knew?

It died when Google stopped being a search engine and became an advertising company

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Living Room / Re: Ad Industry Attacks Firefox
« on: October 07, 2015, 01:19 AM »
One of the first things I do when I put Firefox on peoples computers is block third party cookies
Next I install Better Privacy
Then install add-ons like Adblock plus, Ghostry, HTTPS Everywhere
I see almost no adverts

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Key scrambler
Avast
MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit
Private Firewall
Process Lasso
Battery
Sound
Internet

And my quick launch
Show Desktop
Deluge
Firefox
Snipping Tool
Show/Hide Desktop Icons

Pinned to start menu
Toolwiz Timefreeze
Adobe Dreamweaver
Intel SSD Toolbox
Shadow Explorer
Macrium Reflect
Total Media
Duplicate Image Finder
Faststone Capture
Wordpad
Notepad ++
Calculator




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I have been using Private Firewall for a while now and think it is very good as a two way firewall.
Easy to use and totally free
https://www.privacyw...rsonal_firewall.html

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General Software Discussion / Re: Beware of download sites
« on: March 04, 2015, 02:02 AM »
I have a download site (small) don't bundle software, don't have adverts, no cookies, no logon
It was really a site with a few guides on using free software
I don't record who comes to my site (I really don't care who comes)
I am unable to say if my hosting site (Go Daddy) tracks or records anything as I don't know but I expect they must record the traffic to my site

http://ilikefree.co/

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Did you forget to uncheck the option to try the pro version when you installed it. That runs on windows start and is the last window you see when installing

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I would use Avira Antivir (free)
Use a host file
Block third party cookies
Install Better Privacy (Free)
Regularly scan with MalwareBytes Free version
I also use Ghostry which even blocks the tracking cookie from this site (Google Analytics)

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I was having my FF cache on ram and that seemed to help but because I don't have a lot of ram I switched back to keeping it on the disc.
It was after reading it could be better if you use a SSD that I tried it
It did make things load faster though

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General Software Discussion / Re: new Site for my Software
« on: December 11, 2013, 01:22 AM »
Yeah, Hows that new laptop working out for you mate?

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Hi Suraj Kumar, What sort of business do you work from?
Are you working in IT?

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Thanks for the welcome.
Have to sneak on to the site as should be working.
Moved and no internet at my new place yet, working on it.

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I'm a 56 year old male from Nelson New Zealand. I work for a motor vehicle trader placing vehicles on trademe for the company.
I started playing with computers in 2004 and now have a website just starting out that has links to free for personal use software and tools with some guides on how I would show my mother how to use some of them.
My site is ilikefree.co
Thinking of adding a blog to my site when I learn how. ;)

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