Browser cookies are a simple and powerful way websites can leave information on your computer to use when you return.
So-called “supercookies” and “evercookies” track the websites you visit, even if you regularly disable or flush normal cookies.
View cookies in IE using the normal easy-to-remember way, or the quick way.
Cookies are placed on your machine by websites — often more websites than you realize. We’ll review cookies and how third parties can use them.
Letting your web browser save your passwords for you seems like a helpful convenience, particularly when common advice is to use different passwords everywhere. That convenience does come with some risks.
Privacy on the internet means different things to different people. I discuss three different privacy applications out there, explain what exactly each does, and offer some of my own thoughts.
It’s probably a coincidence, but there are a few scenarios where data could be shared with other websites. Let’s look at how that can happen.
From multiple browsers to native support, there are a few ways to have multiple browser-based email accounts open at once. I’ll review the most common.
It’s a pretty quick process to identify all the internet domains that need
to be listed in CCleaner as exceptions – so that you can easily login to your
Deleting cookies is an easy task. Whether it’s absolutely necessary or not is another matter.