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8chan News Board Ring: /pn/ - Politics and News - /politics/ - Politics

File: ce462be2a679f99⋯.png (18.96 KB, 802x626, 401:313, Silicon Valley ADMITS Goog….png)

 No.786752

You open your browser to look at the web. Do you know who is looking back at you?

Over a recent week of web surfing, I peered under the hood of Google Chrome and found it brought along a few thousand friends. Shopping, news and even government sites quietly tagged my browser to let ad and data companies ride shotgun while I clicked around the web.

This was made possible by the web’s biggest snoop of all: Google. Seen from the inside, its Chrome browser looks a lot like surveillance software.

Lately I’ve been investigating the secret life of my data, running experiments to see what technology really is up to under the cover of privacy policies that nobody reads. It turns out, having the world’s biggest advertising company make the most-popular web browser was about as smart as letting kids run a candy shop.

It made me decide to ditch Chrome for a new version of nonprofit Mozilla’s Firefox, which has [a few] default privacy protections. Switching involved less inconvenience than you might imagine.

My tests of Chrome versus Firefox unearthed a personal data caper of absurd proportions. In a week of web surfing on my desktop, I discovered 11,189 requests for tracker “cookies” that Chrome would have ushered right onto my computer, but were automatically blocked by Firefox. These little files are the hooks that data firms, including Google itself, use to follow what websites you visit so they can build profiles of your interests, income and personality.

Chrome welcomed trackers even at websites you’d think would be private. I watched Aetna and the Federal Student Aid website set cookies for Facebook and Google. They surreptitiously told the data giants every time I pulled up the insurance and loan service’s log-in pages.

And that’s not the half of it.

Look in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser. See a picture or a name in the circle? If so, you’re logged in to the browser, and Google might be tapping into your web activity to target ads. Don’t recall signing in? I didn’t, either. Chrome recently started doing that automatically when you use Gmail.

Firefox isn’t perfect – it still defaults searches to Google and permits some other tracking. But it doesn’t share browsing data with Mozilla, which isn’t in the data-collection business.

https://web.archive.org/web/20190623160958/https://www.siliconvalley.com/2019/06/21/google-chrome-has-become-surveillance-software-its-time-to-switch/

Using browsers like Tor, GNU IceCat, Falkon and/or Pale Moon is highly recommended: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html

If you decide to use something like Mozilla Firefox and/or the rip-off Waterfox, make sure you install some privacy add-ons like Noscript Security Suite, HTTPS Everywhere and a Browser Spoofer like Chameleon.

Get rid of third party telemetry URLs and disable webGL and webRTC using about:config settings, see here: https://8ch.net/prepare/res/22.html

Use free software like Bleachbit to wipe out online sqlite cookies/web cache/browser history: https://www.bleachbit.org/

If you want better online security, use a private VPN connection: https://web.archive.org/web/20180815204246/https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-keep-anonymous-2018/

Also, best keep as much personal information OFF your personal computer, encase ever hacked into.

 No.786753

Since my threads are rudely being slid here and ignored, I have decide to EXPAND operations to /pol/ and other places too!


 No.786767

Glow worms trying to slide this!

Using browsers like Tor, GNU IceCat, Falkon and/or Pale Moon is highly recommended: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html

If you decide to use something like Mozilla Firefox and/or the rip-off Waterfox, make sure you install some privacy add-ons like Noscript Security Suite, HTTPS Everywhere and a Browser Spoofer like Chameleon.

Get rid of third party telemetry URLs and disable webGL and webRTC using about:config settings, see here: https://8ch.net/prepare/res/22.html

Use free software like Bleachbit to wipe out online sqlite cookies/web cache/browser history: https://www.bleachbit.org/

If you want better online security, use a private VPN connection: https://web.archive.org/web/20180815204246/https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-keep-anonymous-2018/


 No.786775

This is now in-your-face….. how people can blow this off is mind boggling to me. Its like handing ghetto dwellers the keys to your home with an address where you live…. I just don't get how people ignore this. At least Matt Drudge linked it up there so some have got to see this, not that most know any better alternatives to Firefox anyway.

Oh and I tried Brave recently…… I'll explain this very soon, and tell you IN DETAIL how Brave covertly spies on users without them knowing…….


 No.786777

>>786775

Brave has A LOT of potential….. but there are some serious privacy concerns!


 No.786778

>>786777

First off, Brave has webGL 1.0 & 2.0 and webRTC active and there is NO about:config to null them! Thats the first bad thing…. and where are the privacy add-ons?


 No.786779

>>786778

OK, second, no privacy add-ons. With vulnerabilities [webGL and webRTC] that expose your real IP address behind the Tor setting and/or VPN, how nice of them! Will Brave allow users to disable that in the future!?


 No.786780

>>786779

The other thing, and I tested this in a sandboxed Windows 7 OS…..

Brave has JUST AS MUCH hidden cache schemes deep in their hidden directories as Google Chrome does! Hahaha! Yes, always logging…….. details on that in a minute…….


 No.786781

>>786780

I like Brave…. its cool, it has a damn good platform…. BUT there are some major secrets they are not telling their users, and that is, the DO log everything!


 No.786782

>>786781

Now set up Bleachbit and get it ready, but first find the path %AppData%

%AppData% = C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming


 No.786783

>>786782

In %AppData% you will find a directory "brave" [if you have the Brave browser installed that is]

So C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\brave


 No.786786

>>786783

You will see the typical sqlite spy files such as cookies.sqlite, search.sqlite, history.sqlite, places.sqlite and associated spying such as Login Data, Web Data, in_progress_metadata_store, cookies-journal, etc!

Set to 35x Gutmann in Bleachbit and add ALL that crap in there for routine wipes!


 No.786787

>>786786

But thats not all… its not over yet! ….


 No.786788

>>786786

Now go to:

C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\brave\Cache

Lol! What the fuck is all that, you ask? Tons of encrypted spy data about ALL your activity on Brave, send directly to the NSA CIA Mossad glow worms!!!! So set that directory for routine wiping as well with Bleachbit!


 No.786789

>>786788

Not over yet….

Next go to…

C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\brave\databases

See the two files, databases.db and databases.db-journal ?

Set the brave\databases\ directory up for routine purge as well!


 No.786790


 No.786791

>>786789

Next go to…

C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\brave\ShaderCache

See those strange .file databases? Well its also logging web activity. Set that directory up for routine bleaching in Bleachbit as well!


 No.786792

OK, with these tips, now you know how to clean the Brave Browser and make sure it doesn't keep tabs on you!

>>786781

>>786782

>>786783

>>786786

>>786788

>>786789

>>786791


 No.786798

*glow worms squirming*


 No.786805

>>786781

>>786782

>>786783

>>786786

>>786788

>>786789

>>786791

Hint: these same tips can be applied to (almost) any other browser such as Mozilla too. Great tips for privacy.


 No.786866

>>786752

EVERYBODY ALREADY KNOWS THIS

you've NEVER presented anything new or original. you just copy and paste stories long after everything else has already read them.

the average 9 year old kid knows 100 times more than you do about this tired old subject. anybody who's ever used Chrome is a fucking idiot.


 No.786868

>>786798

*nobody's squirming. nobody reads your threads*


 No.786869

>>786798

you have been repeating your same boring 'tech advice' forever, but there are only 3 people here, including you. what a waste of time (yours and ours) because you're not 'educating' anybody.

we all know much more than you on the topic.

little kids know more than you do on the topic.

little old ladies know more about it than you do.

you continually tell yourself that 'glow worms' are upset at you….

for WHAT ?!!…….

why would they be mad about?

you copying and pasting old pre-existing articles?

you're a joke


 No.786871

>>786869

Obviously you are pissed off. And you don't know more about this subject, and if you did you would not be using a smartphone and would not be upset about people talking about it.


 No.786872

>>786798

(sac) occasionally reads parts of your threads

at least he reads enough to be able to know what to say to ridicule a particular thread.

I read the headline of your threads, but I don't waste my time reading the thread itself. since you're so predictable, all I need is the headline to throw turds at you.

you claim 'silicon valley admits' blah blah blah

bullshit… I read this article 3 days ago. It was on mercurynews.com

it said nothing about 'silicon valley's admitting anything, and it said ABSOLUTELY NOTHING that I didn't already know, or that any 9 year old kid doesn't already know.

YOU = THE ONLY ONE WHO THINKS THIS IS 'NEW' INFORMATION


 No.786873

>>786868

You are not reading my threads…. but you are replying to information you claim you already know? Hmmmmmm….. interdasting….


 No.786874


 No.786875

>>786871

lol @ me being 'pissed'

dimwit, you don't know the difference between dalvik and ART, you don't know what the Apache Cordova Exploit is, and you don't know jack fucking shit about the topic at all.

lol @ your need to tell yourself that you're an 'expert'


 No.786876

>>786874

'siliconvalley.com' is not 'silicon valley', you dipshit.

(And this article was originally published on mercurynews.com, and simply plagiarized on siliconvalley.com)


 No.786877

>>786875

At least I know how to prevent it, I don't care about details of it.


 No.786878

>>786876

Yes it is, liar.


 No.786879

>>786873

Like I said, slowpoke…..

All I needed to do was read your headline to realize you were simply copying and pasting the same article I already read on mercurynews.com

(and again, when I read the original article, it didn't teach me anything that I didn't already know. I don't know anybody who's knowledgeable about technology who actually uses chrome)

so….. You plagiarized this article from 'siliconvalley.com', who played write it word for word from mercurynews.com…..

Have you ever thought about doing something original?…..

Are you capable of doing anything other than copying and pasting OLD TIRED SECOND-HAND washed up news articles everybody has already read before?


 No.786880

>>786877

EVERYBODY KNOWS HOW TO PREVENT IT


 No.786881

>>786879

If you read it before, why didn't you post it here? It IS news.


 No.786882

good luck finding somebody who hasn't heard all of this shit a million times before (from real experts)

seriously, go out there into the real world, and try to find someone who doesn't already know….

good luck with that.

in HERE ?…. there's only 3 people

and the two of us who aren't you

A L R E A D Y K N O W


 No.786884

>>786881

why I didn't post it:

because the 3 users here ALREADY KNOW


 No.786885

>>786882

I'm not catering to your ilk. I'm catering to those who CARE about real news and the truth. And all the hate just confirmes I'm pressing the right topics that you glowing niggers want covered up.


 No.786887

>>786885

you're 'catering' to an empty chasm

you have a non-existent audience


 No.786888

File: 4e7fff3f20fda8f⋯.jpg (67.77 KB, 800x534, 400:267, 800px_COLOURBOX3348119.jpg)

>>786885

and the two people in the auditorium have already seen your performance 10,000 times before

that's how you became a parody of yourself


 No.786889

File: 6956054b9a26675⋯.jpg (401.74 KB, 1280x847, 1280:847, 20190623_200055.jpg)

dance for the empty seats, nigger

dance


 No.786890

>>786887

Nope. We have a wonderful audiance full of 8chan enthusiasts and millions of people, even the media, lurk here and they read and they're saying to themselves "wow, now this is some real news here!"


 No.786891

lol @ saving the world

your self perception of importance is highly overrated


 No.786892

>>786890

hahahahahaha !! compensating for something?


 No.786893

>>786890

Thank God you're such a delusional narcissist

at least you have ONE person who believes your lie


 No.786894

Just-Kiss-It doesn't even come here anymore

I left, and this is just a brief period, but I'm leaving again

it's just YOU and (SAC)

and that's why he wants you to stay


 No.786895

>>786893

I'm not lying, the media covers "hatechan" all the time. And you know what? I think by them calling this "hatechan" they really are up to something, because this place is full of haters. Many hateful losers who can't enjoy themselves, many people who hate real news. What a shame!


 No.786896

Teach me about the Apache Cordova Exploit, please……

I really, REALLY want you to teach me


 No.786897

>>786895

I don't hate you at all

I don't even dislike you


 No.786898

I actually DO like you

I'm just bored to tears with the redundancy

it's always the same boring song

can't you add some depth to your routine?

Imagine a comedian who only tells ONE joke


 No.786899

Imagine a singer who only performs ONE song


 No.786900

>>786894

Thats your problem, you give up and blame everyone else for your own problems, you blame me for your own decision to leave, but thats not me making that decision, thats you and its your problem, not mine. maybe instead of giving up, you should try to contribute something of value here, like REAL NEWS?


 No.786902

>>786900

RE: blame ? WTF?!!! BLAME??…..

hahaha dude……

I don't BLAME anybody…..

I left because I've had some NEW THINGS HAPPENING IN MY LIFE…..

you should try it


 No.786903

>>786899

I report geo-politics. I report economics. I report events, wars, terror, false flags. I report corruption and sedition. I report mass spying. I report poverty pimping and exploitation and all kinds of fraud. I report institutional decay and systemic corruption! What much more could you possibly ask for!?


 No.786904

I don't 'blame' you for anything

I'm happier now

Things undulate

Life changes

New situations arose

People grow

Why would I blame YOU for the modified situations in my real life?


 No.786906

>>786903

You don't 'report' jack shit

you're not a reporter

you're a compulsive enthusiast who only seeks certain content to copy and paste

that's not a reporter

I'm not a quantum physicist

That's why I don't do quantum physics

and i don't pretend to


 No.786908

>>786898

I report bombshell topics that affect millions and millions of people on Planet Earth! All kinds of bombshell news! What more could anyone ask for? How could you top something that BIG!? I'm posting reports that millions of readers on other sites see. I mean, Holy Jesus Mother of Virgin Mary, that's BIG.


 No.786909

File: 3faadfe1bebf5b4⋯.jpg (74.93 KB, 421x561, 421:561, Morton salt - When it Rain….jpg)

In life, when it rains it pours

Lately, I've had EVERYTHING suddenly become simultaneously modified….

My schedule had to change

priorities


 No.786910

>>786908

copying and pasting pre-existing articles is not reporting

sorry


 No.786911

>>786906

I report HERE. Copy/pasting is reporting on the image boards, thats how you report HERE.

I'll give you an example of how important this ONE topic is: it made Drudge headlines! Thats 30,000,000 visitors a day looking at those headlines. WOW. Big stuff!


 No.786912

inherently, the fact that these articles already exist proves it's not news anymore


 No.786914

>>786911

so…. you're going to tell me that playing recordings of other people's music makes you a singer?


 No.786916

>>786914

If you sing along with it, YES!


 No.786917

so… if you post a .jpg of the statue of liberty, that makes you a sculptor?


 No.786918

>>786916

copying and pasting isn't 'singing along'


 No.786919

So if you Xerox somebody else's photographs, you're a photographer?


 No.786921

Hey, Clark Kent……

I love you…

YOU… the human being…..

I really do…. I'm being sincere…….

but your performance needs new content

it's grown old

Okay, I've got to run now…

Have a good night, sir


 No.786923

>>786918

You missed the point completely. Posting news here is reporting on 8chan. When you post news here, you report here.


 No.786924

>>786921

don't eat any spicy meatbal-ls beforrre sleep

https://www.dcode.fr/italian-accent


 No.786925

>>786923

you missed the point here

NOWHERE does it say copying and pasting here is called 'reporting'

……………….that's just YOUR interpretation


 No.786927

>>786924

You make-a the meata-ball?


 No.786928

>>786923

in fact, tbqh…. YOU are the first person I've ever seen call this 'reporting'


 No.786929

>>786924

make-a the meata-ball and-a THEN make-a the sauce


 No.786930

hint: call yourself a 'contributor'


 No.786931

and even that's a stretch

we all just addicts

addicted to expressing ourselves

the 'news' angle is just an excuse to voice off


 No.786932

>>786930

I contribute by reporting, and yes, reporting is the official code of conduct for news boards, authenticated and defined as image board God-granted natural law!


 No.786933

>>786931

Venting frustration is also God-granted natural image board law, a code of conduct for news boards.


 No.786934

>>786932

I've got to run now, so I won't even be here to see you NOT BE ABLE TO SHOW ME ANY REFERENCE TO 'REPORTING' ON THIS BOARD

arrivederci, and make-a the meata-ball and-a make-a the sauce


 No.786935

again: i won't be here to watch you not provide any 'code of conduct' that calls anyone in here 'a reporter'

Pasta Vista


 No.786941

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.786948

Also, hatred is actually considered, under God-granted natural image board law, to be in VIOLATION of the ethical code of conduct (for news boards only). So therefore Johnny saying he does not hate me saves him from ethical violations here, which Jim is procuring and overwatching very closely under many federal investigations.


 No.786949

>>786935

THE God-granted code of conduct for image boards does not exist in physical form, it is received by the Word of God and given to only a few who chose to participate in spreading truth in the face of lies. You would never know it.


 No.786954

>>786898

Bitchute.com

Keep watch. Every single day new reports are coming out, and guess what? People enjoy watching them.

Drudge Report

Over 30,000,000 visitors per day! Need I say more? People are looking at this news, very single day. Pretty repetitive? Redundant? Sure. But NOT abnormal.


 No.786956

Anybody have ABC ?….

watch NOW !!!

the walendas are walking the highwire over Time Square


 No.786957

seriously….

you wanna watch this


 No.786958


 No.786959

>>786958

Another problem with this board: no one can take a joke. You guys don't like news. You don't like jokes. You just hate to hate, its almost as if I might as well stick to posting on /pol/….. at least there were some who were cool over there.


 No.786962

>>786959

cool : something I don't claim to be


 No.786964

>>786962

I didn't mean cool as in 'hip', I meant cool as in open minded and fun to talk to. People who are not total snobs.


 No.786965

>>786964

I'm not a snob. I'm simply somebody who grew tired of paranoid conspiracy nonsense back in 1980


 No.786966

>>786965

Honestly, and I'm going to be blunt about this, recently I've been going to other undisclosed forums online, and I find a lot more like-minded people to talk to who actually enjoy knowing whats going on, and we share info. I'm not going to mention which ones, but all I can say is they are much more fun than /n/ has ever been. These people are not snobs. I've had some fun here, but the only people left seem to be complete assholes. So I'll continue to post some news, but I will be doing more talking on the other forums for now on, a lot more fun, and a lot of very good people elsewhere who enjoy the information and media I share.


 No.786967

Don't worry, I won't stop posting REAL NEWS, I'll just drop by time to time to make sure its not slidden and say a quick hello and goodbye now and then.


 No.786969

File: 5fea6a4792473a6⋯.jpeg (54.92 KB, 1000x524, 250:131, iridium.jpeg)

What about Iridium, a Chrome fork without the spying crap https://iridiumbrowser.de/


 No.786970

>>786969

Have not tried that one yet, but I think I might give it a go sometime. Any privacy add-ons like Noscript or browser agent spoofers for it?


 No.786972

>>786970

Yes, any Chrome privacy add-ons should work with it. Dissenter also works on it.


 No.786973

>>786966

I've been replacing /n/ with real life activities and new friendships


 No.786975

>>786973

That can be just as good too, I tend to take a break from the computer once in a while, although there is not much to do in my small town besides hit the local diner or bar. So I tend to take breaks when I hang out with friends or family once in a while or have some laundry to clean, or some yard work to do. Otherwise the internet is great for wasting time and pre-occupying myself when nothing much is going on these days. I don't have a family to take care of so things get boring at times.


 No.786993

bumping real news


 No.787010

>>786752

>If you decide to use something like Mozilla Firefox and/or the rip-off Waterfox, make sure you install some privacy add-ons like Noscript Security Suite, HTTPS Everywhere and a Browser Spoofer like Chameleon.

too much trouble for me, imma soccer mom and i just wanna web surf and not have ads for depression pills and tampons pop up alla tiime

will FF stop this ?

(sac)cer mom


 No.787011

>>786962

> People who are not total snobs

We don't like yor /pol/ kind here.

The likes of youse is even too stupid for us

We get the run off of yor ilk from /pol/and i just get depressed and puke up my parmesan eggplant

and i aint even jokin'

But please come back

e need detritus like you to vent our hostility on

I'm (sac)tiric and I aint gonna take it no mor!!!


 No.787012

File: 42d9998ed414eba⋯.jpg (86.26 KB, 831x547, 831:547, Capture.JPG)

>>786786

>cookies.sqlite, search.sqlite, history.sqlite, places.sqlite

every installed browser creates those files, you techless person

You really like to sound like you know what yor talking about dont you

This is why /killcen/ posts here

He can come across as the grand old man of pc security to the technologically ignorant

This guy is a 74 yr old ludite who never touched tech til 20 yrs ago

I'm pretty fucking old myself, but I was websurfing with netscape in 1990 when my 15 yr old nephew taught me how on a phone modem,, and I still know very little of computer tech, but I still know 10x more than you

(sac)ntagonized

Use a portable browser if you don't want those


 No.787013

File: df768a1122f72e3⋯.jpg (83.52 KB, 831x547, 831:547, Capture.JPG)

>>787012

I was so (sac)ntagonized, that I forgot to hi-lite the relavent stealth text


 No.787014

What should I do with Androids? They have built in Chrome and Google services.


 No.787025


 No.787028

File: b7780ca9516d111⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 1.81 MB, 478x272, 239:136, (sac) is a klown.gif)

>>787010

You are a funny guy, (sac)


 No.787089

>>787012

No shit browsers log all that shit, and thats why it deserves to be exposed and bleached out of existence routinely! And thats what I have been doing. I don't want my web browser collecting shit on me!


 No.787099

>>786869

I mean, some of the stuff he linked let me see some additional addons, so I guess among this pile of info i already knew, I found *something*


 No.787107

>>787099

This isn't about whether you or I already know this, you would be SHOCKED if you knew how many anons still do not know any of this. Most people are NOT tech-savvy at all. I posted this to /pol/ and a few of them thanked me for the Brave tips about them logging history/caches covertly and how to get rid of it. That is what counts… and the more you try to hide this… the less people find out about this stuff…. and THAT is the problem!


 No.787110

>>787013

OK, maybe you just pointed out something I may not have known yet: so here is a question. Does "stealth" actually mean that the browsers will refrain from caching data in sqlite? If you download a portable "stealth" browser does that mean these cache files will not be created in the first place?


 No.787119

>>787107

Reccomend Iridium to people as well, especially the tech illiterates. Legit Chrome, but not pozz'd up, and actually clean of all the spyware shit.


 No.787120

>>787119

I was reading about that browser the other night and I was impressed how much they did to get rid of a lot of junk from Chrome. They do state that it still "calls home" to Google on their front page, what does that mean exactly and is there a way to block that from happening? I'm very interested in giving this a try.


 No.787159

"Iridium settings and storage represent user-selected preferences and information and MUST not be extracted, overwritten or modified except through Iridium defined APIs."

Sorry to burst their bubble, but yes it can, and was…

*.* = all/any cache files linked in directory….

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\CrashPad\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\BudgetDatabase\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Cache\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Cookies

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Cookies-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Web Data

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Web Data-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Top Sites

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Top Sites-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\QuotaManager

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\QuotaManager-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Session Storage\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\shared_proto_db\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\History

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\History Provider Cache

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\History-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Last Session

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Last Tabs

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Login Data

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Login Data-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Media Cache\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\previews_opt_out.db

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\previews_opt_out.db-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Default\Visited Links

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\PnaclTranslationCache\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Safe Browsing Cookies

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\Safe Browsing Cookies-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Iridium\User Data\ShaderCache\*.*


 No.787188

Falkon does not seem to log as nearly as much activity as Brave, Iridium or Firefox do…

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\cache\*.*

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\bookmarks.json

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\browsedata.db

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\Cookies

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\Cookies-journal

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\session.dat

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\session.dat.old

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\Visited Links

Very soon I am going to work on a complete updated cache exposé that will have glow worms squirming for decades to come….

I've been reverse engineering Windows 7 and I found TONS of backdoors already. Its BIG!


 No.787195

>>786869

Its good advice for lurkers and newfaggots, why are you so against this info being presented?


 No.787219

such absolute news bumparoo


 No.787258

Glow worms trying to slide this!

Using browsers like Tor, GNU IceCat, Falkon and/or Pale Moon is highly recommended: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html

If you decide to use something like Mozilla Firefox and/or the rip-off Waterfox, make sure you install some privacy add-ons like Noscript Security Suite, HTTPS Everywhere and a Browser Spoofer like Chameleon.

Get rid of third party telemetry URLs and disable webGL and webRTC using about:config settings, see here: https://8ch.net/prepare/res/22.html

Use free software like Bleachbit to wipe out online sqlite cookies/web cache/browser history: https://www.bleachbit.org/

If you want better online security, use a private VPN connection: https://web.archive.org/web/20180815204246/https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-keep-anonymous-2018/


 No.787548

anti-slide 2


 No.787789

wow real news


 No.788419

File: d0ce0696b91367d⋯.jpg (75.57 KB, 512x512, 1:1, everyone above this line i….jpg)

lolglowgroids


 No.788420

>>787789

>>787548

/killcen/ cant stay away


 No.788437

Glow worms trying to slide this!

Using browsers like Tor, GNU IceCat, Falkon and/or Pale Moon is highly recommended: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html

If you decide to use something like Mozilla Firefox and/or the rip-off Waterfox, make sure you install some privacy add-ons like Noscript Security Suite, HTTPS Everywhere and a Browser Spoofer like Chameleon.

Get rid of third party telemetry URLs and disable webGL and webRTC using about:config settings, see here: https://8ch.net/prepare/res/22.html

Use free software like Bleachbit to wipe out online sqlite cookies/web cache/browser history: https://www.bleachbit.org/

If you want better online security, use a private VPN connection: https://web.archive.org/web/20180815204246/https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-keep-anonymous-2018/


 No.788473

A couple new revelations about this came out that you anons will never know about, since you anons choose not to read real news.




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