Month: January 2005

Clean Out Personal Data

If you’re looking to protect your privacy and prevent casual snoopers from seeing what you have been doing on your PC, we suggest our product PC Pitstop Erase. Want to do it yourself? Here are some things you can do. Before starting your cleanup, remember that saved data on your computer may include usernames, passwords, …

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What Your PC Tracks

You should always assume that whenever you use your PC, you are leaving behind a record of what you are doing. That’s the benefit of a computer; it’s supposed to keep track of things so you don’t have to do it yourself. But there are times that you don’t want it to be so good …

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Privacy Scams

Privacy Scams As you’ll see from the other articles in this section, there are genuine threats to your privacy on the Internet and your own PC. However, there are also many scammers that try to worry you about things that are usually not threats, often through alarmist ads that look like they are system warnings. …

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PC Pitstop Privacy Center

Protecting your personal information and privacy on the Internet can be a major challenge. To use the Internet effectively for shopping, banking, and communication, you will need to give out personal and financial information at times. How do you know when it’s safe to give out information, and how can you protect yourself from that …

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January 2005 Newsletter

More Information on Safe Surfing
PC Pitstop Test Enhancements
Top Dawg Challenge Winners
Is AMD Cleaning Intel’s clock?
Join the PC Pitstop Folding or SETI Team