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- Epic Privacy Browser, a chromium based browser that protects your privacy online
Epic Privacy Browser is built on Chromium and engineered to protect users’ privacy. It’s in an always-on private browsing mode, blocks hundreds of tracking companies, includes a built-in encrypted proxy, and has several other privacy protections.
- Types Of Internet Access Technologies Explained, And What You Should Expect
What kind of Internet access do you really have? Broadband? High Speed? Wireless? Satellite? Fibre?
- 5 Things Users Tell IT Support and What They Really Mean
Sometimes what people tell you they need, isn’t always what they really need. Sometimes, you just have to know better.
- Adobe, Google bring Photoshop to Chromebooks
OSNews is Exploring the Future of Computing with news on desktop, server, mobile, and specialty operating systems and new computing technology.
- Check Who’s Connected To The Router, Scan Your Network With “Angry IP Scanner”
Scan who is connected to the router within your network in Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint
- Google’s DoubleClick ad network abused once again in malvertising attacks
Unfortunately, another incident where DoubleClick is part of the advertising chain has happened again from Malwarebytes.
- 4 Annoying Browser Toolbars & How To Get Rid Of Them
Browser toolbars just don’t seem to go away. Let’s look at some common nuisances and detail how to remove them.
- Your USB Devices Aren’t Safe Anymore, Thanks To BadUSB
BadUSB is a newly-discovered USB vulnerability that puts every computer in the world at risk, with no apparent fix.
- It’s not just Munich: Open source gains new ground in Germany
Another municipality in Germany makes the switch to open source from Microsoft software.
- How to Find The Best Wi-Fi Channel For Your Router on Any Operating System
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