Your Internet Activity Is Being Tracked Right Now
But in the next 5 minutes, I’m going to show you:
Exactly how to secure your Internet connection, surf anonymously to avoid being tracked.
In my opinion, the most important reason to surf anonymously is to avoid having your personal internet activity tracked by others.
Governments, hackers, cyber geeks, websites, companies, you name it.
They ALL collect and track YOUR personal web history unless you do something about it.
- Are you OK with the government knowing YOUR search history?
- Or what articles have YOU read?
- Do you want a hacker to know what banking website you frequent and which online store you buy from?
By surfing anonymously, your internet history and activity cannot be tied back to YOU.
You become anonymous and protect your online privacy.
A second major threat with relying on an unsecured internet connection is cybercrime.
Just because cybercrimes don’t feel “as real” as the physical threats we prepare for doesn’t mean they are not as dangerous.
In fact, cyber crimes are on the rise and will only get much worse in the future.
Trust me, if you’re ever the victim of online fraud, web-based financial crimes, cyber terrorism, cyber extortion, cyber warfare, or even simply online identity theft…it will feel very real.
Before we go any further, this post is purely for educational purposes only.
So please don’t use the following anonymous browsing techniques in order to do anything illegal or harmful.
Jerks do that and jerks we are not… right?!
Profiling Hackers – The Psychology of Cybercrime
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