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Browser Fingerprinting - Technique to Identify Users without using Cookiesview story

http://linuxers.org – Protecting one's online privacy has been one of the most popular point of concern for Internet users these days. If you don't want a website to keep track of you or if want to remain anonymous for a website, you are advised to disable cookies or use private browsing mode in your browser. (General)

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Amateurs Able to Spy on Others Via Internetview story

http://www.dailytech.com – As Internet users share more information, there is a growing risk of privacy issues (General)

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Google grabs personal info off of Wi-Fi networksview story

http://linuxo.com – SF Examiner: "Google Inc. has been vacuuming up fragments of people's online activities broadcast over public Wi-Fi networks for the past four years, a breach of Web etiquette likely to raise more privacy worries about the Internet search leader." (General)

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Google shouldn’t stop collecting Wi-Fi dataview story

http://apcmag.com – Google's decision to stop its Street View cars collecting harmless data on the location of Wi-Fi hotspots is an over-reaction to baseless concerns of privacy zealots. (IT news)

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Ubuntu Lucid Tip:How to change currently loggedin user passwordview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

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Remove Old Packages, Browsing History, and Free Up Disk Space With BleachBit In Ubuntuview story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – If you love Windows’ Disk Cleanup (HowTos)

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How to install a script for amarokview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

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How to crack a wireless WEP key using AIR Crackview story

http://linuxo.com – This article shortly describes simple steps on how to crack a wireless WEP key using AIR Crack software. This can be done by sniffing a wireless network, capturing encrypted packets and running appropriate encryption cracking program in attempt to decrypt captured data. WEP ( Wired Equivalent Privacy ) is quite easy to crack as it uses only one key to encrypt all traffic. (General)

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Lessons to be learned from Facebook privacy changesview story

http://linuxo.com – Help Net Security: "The recent Facebook privacy changes, the public outcry they caused and the petition by a group of U.S. senators to the Federal Trade Commission to restrict the amount of personal information that online social networks can use." (General)

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Beef up Firefox Privacy Featuresview story

http://www.linux-magazine.com – Whether you want it or not, your Web activities are tracked and analyzed in many different ways. But you don't have to put up with this, especially if you are using Firefox as your primary browser. There are a few handy Firefox extensions that can beef up your favorite browser's privacy features. Here are my three personal favorites. (Distributions)