Posts tagged Internet

Northern Cheapskate

 This web site is focused on saving money. Christina Brown is the founder and admits that while she really isn’t a cheapskate, she does try to be frugal and sensible about spending money.  Many of the articles are written by guests.

 

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Cookie 5.0 for Mac OS X

Surfers Paradise, Australia – SweetP Productions has announced the release of Cookie 5.0, an important update to their advanced cookie management product for Mac OS X. Cookie revolutionizes Mac OS X cookie management, providing an effortless and affordable solution for online privacy concerns. Cookie is easily configured to automaticaly remove any security threats including tracking cookies, unnecessary cookies, flash cookies, silverlight, and databases from your Mac. Continue reading »

B99.TV

B99.TV is a web site that lets you watch various cartoons.   Continue reading »

Sites Discovered By InfoManager 12/19/2015

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Offline Pages for Mac 1.0

MADE IN AMERICA Seattle, Washington – Codium Labs has announced the release of Offline Pages for Mac 1.0, one of the most advanced and intelligent offline browsers available on any platform. Offline Pages allows saving almost any website for offline use. Offline Pages Pro for iOS has been available for 5 years, and has been downloaded over 300,000 times, saving over 3.5 million unique web pages for our users. The popular offline browsing app is now available on the Mac, allowing users on the desktop platform to save favorite sites for offsite browsing.   Continue reading »

ICANN Report : naughty domains, online risks, taxes and sex

User Group Network UGN Safenetting ICANN report Issues of ICANN and Net Neutrality have been strangely quiet for the past month, but the seething evil still lurks beneath the quiet water. There has been some substantial study, and many legislators are actually taking a new look at the cituation. The one we found probably the golden needle in the hay stack is why ICANN continues to qualify for tax exempt status! InfoManager is digging even when nobody else is!

  • Study: 100% of Websites in These Two Top-Level Domains Are ‘Shady’
  • ICANN descends into farce as bigwigs try to cling to power
  • Sex goes on sale in latest expansion of naughty net names
  • New top-level domains pose huge online security risk
  • Ensuring a free and open Internet
  • Why is ICANN Tax Exempt?
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Ad Blocker : Web Advertising is Dead

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers THE TIME IS NOW … time to take back the internet. Madison Ave. and a million greedy jerks have had their way long enough. If they’re not rich by now, too bad! They got more obnoxious and rude every day. Then they got crooked and underhanded, and downright criminal. They’ve flashed us, tracked us, bored us and generally interrupted their way into our way of life. Now you can banish them from your online experience. You need the ad blocker called “Clearly.” This new content-blocker blocks advertisements, tracking scripts, malware and spyware at the source. Clearly actually prevents unwanted content from even downloading. This saves battery and significantly speeds up browsing.

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12 of the Coolest Search Engines You’ve Never Heard Of

This list comes from Madrasgeek.com and the list consists of search engines for specific needs.   Continue reading »

Safenetting Cybersecurity : Hidden threats, DOD, Senators, Jeb Bush and more

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Things seem to get better, then get worse. While the political scene has begun to ramp up, you’ll notice very little being said about the digital and cyber security of the country. This week’s news has some interesting twists! UGNN InfoManager will be there every step…

  • Fighting hidden threats: Inside N.J.’s new cyber security command center
  • German defence minister sets up command centre for cyber warfare
  • Cybersecurity Demands Culture Change, DoD Official Says
  • Senators Seek Details on Cybersecurity From Automakers
  • Did Jeb Bush Call for a Cyber War Against China?
  • Tighten up your cyber security strategies now
  • Pentagon official calls for cyber war rules
  • Moving Beyond the Cyberwar Debate

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Best Free Mac apps

Another list of software.  This one from ThriftMac of free Mac software.  In this case, there are several categories of software. Continue reading »

Safenetting Cybersecurity : FTC, Dendroid Malware, Russian IT crimes, China’s Xi and more

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Here we go again, with another round of cybercrime and cyber security news — some malware, and countries playing the chips for cyberwar. Where will you stand? Don’t know, but UGNN InfoManager will help you every step for the way…

  • Former Intern at Security Firm Admits to Creating and Selling Dendroid Malware
  • Critical Auditor’s Report Could Provide Boost for Irwin’s Cybersecurity Bill
  • Scary iPhone malware can spy on you even after you close infected apps
  • Obama will raise cyber security concerns with China’s Xi: White House
  • Joint Chiefs Breach Shows Military Needs Better Cyber Security
  • Can The FTC Sue You For Lax CyberSecurity? (Spoilers: Yes)
  • FTC Forcing Accountability for Cyber Security? High Time
  • Threats to cyber security can only be deterred together
  • Finland detains Russian accused of U.S. malware crimes
  • Malware menaces poison ads as Google, Yahoo! look away
  • FireEye intern created and sold Dendroid malware
  • Companies put cybersecurity experts on boards

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Safenetting Cybersecurity : training, military cybersecurity, Ashley Madison and more

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report When the hackers start picking on dating sites, you know that they’ll stoop to anything for a dime. After watching a few episodes of “Homeland” on HBO, you can understand how the internet and social media can screw the world up. The UGNN servers had five attempts this week. Those criminals definitely don’t like Safenetting’s Cybersecurity or Phishing/Malware reports. But we’ll keep our eyes peeled and continue passing along new developments.

  • Stanford to Offer Cryptocurrencies Course Through Cyber Security Program
  • What the US military can teach CEOs about building a cybersecurity haven
  • Is Ashley Madison Hack Story More About Cybersecurity Or Infidelity?
  • Obama administration supports privacy-invasive ‘cybersecurity’ bill
  • Have Russia and China Signed a Cyber Nonaggression Pact?
  • Reckless staff ‘putting cyber security at risk’
  • Experts: Deterring cyber warfare challenging
  • A Holistic View of Cyber Security

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Net Neutrality : Google & Facebook, End of US Control, MSNBC, India’s moves, and more

UGNN Net Neutrality We didn’t quite get everything covered last time, so we’re back with more on the neutrality issue. The issue is beginning to get blurred and vague however, and so many news outlets are using the “net neutrality” for things that shouldn’t be related, you have to be careful what you’re believing. We’ll try to keep you on the straight poop:

  • Google joins Facebook in trying to prevent IAMAI from taking strong anti-Zero Rating stand
  • The messy battle to protect your data from your own Internet provider
  • The World Needs Time to Debate Plan to End US Control of the Internet
  • THE NET NEUTRALITY REPORT: why mobile is central to the debate
  • Government receives over 73k comments on net neutrality
  • The Comcastization of — What To Do About It
  • Al Franken tackles telecomm issues

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Net Neutrality : Canada bad, India soon, Drudge, Fox News and even Dianne Feinstein!

UGNN Net Neutrality This is the first Net Neutrality update since the spring, and from lack of news coverage you would think it’s all blown over, right. Wrong.

  • Net Neutrality isn’t going away… seriously
  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein is worried net neutrality might help the terrorists
  • Canada Is Still Doing A Half-Assed Job Enforcing Its Net Neutrality Rules
  • MyGov.in extends the deadline for five days: Net Neutrality Discussion
  • CENSORSHIP: Drudge, Fox News face censorship over net neutrality rules
  • Verizon Wireless Quietly Shelved All Throttling Back in June
  • Obama’s Net Neutrality Is Changing Free Speech
  • Google stays away from net neutrality row

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Safenetting : Macintosh Malware vulnerability, cell malware, scam pop-ups and more

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User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Digging deep into society we’re discovering the malware programmers know a lot more about what they’re doing that our experts ever thought. Now they’re attacking games, cars, cellphones and even calling on the phone. They will do anything — everything they can to get at your money and your identity. A growing number will do anything to bring down western civilization! It’s getting bad!

  • The Russian government may be protecting the creator of the world’s most infamous malware
  • Thousands Of Pirate Bay, Kickass Torrents Proxies Infect Browsers With Malware: Report
  • Why Your Mac Is More Vulnerable to Malware Than You Think
  • New malware turns your computer into a cellular antenna
  • The Hip Trend of 2015 Is Designer Government Malware
  • Tech support scam pop-ups

CAUTION Beware, most all of these sites have lots of screen spam, including stalker links and possible click-wear. Be very careful what you click!

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