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Hide My IP To Secure Your Identity

November 14th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Hiding or covering your IP address during Internet browsing season has become increasingly important regarding to the volume of business transaction people did online. A lot of you may have figured out how to secure your personal identity online and if you do, congratulations. But I’m still going to explain about securing personal identity because there are a lot of people here who don’t have a clue how to do this. I’m going to talk about every part of securing your trace when online and explain to you what needs to be done for security. Let’s start with the fact.

Back in 2006, there was a fact about internet that shocked many people when AOL apologized for tracking their user’s habits secretly and disclosing those private information. Despite the fact that many people were angry by this information breached,

it is still something that may happen with other search engine providers. Yes, almost all search engine provider and commercial website that online today still tracking their visitor activity to collect user profile and use those profile for targeted marketing. Including Google

How We Can Cover Our Trace?

The easiest way to cover our track in Internet is disabling the cookie on your web browser. Search engine provider including Google using cookie to track their user activity. Cookies basically keep track of information for specific sites for example Google. Thus, if you have a Google.com cookie for email, it may keep track of your google search information as well or other things that will make your browsing experience more personal and easier. Therefore disabling the cookie from your browser will effectively prevent search engine provider to peek on your online activity.

For Internet Explorer, click the tab that says “Tools”. Then click “Internet Options”. From there, go to “Privacy” and then “Sites”. Type in google.com and hit “block”.

However disabling the cookie also has drawback. You won’t get the benefit of user personification and service integration on the Internet. On google.com for example you can switch between many google services like gmail, google docs, etc just with single username and password. Those integration is possible because google has put cookie on your browser when you log in for the first time.

How to cover your trace but keeping user experience features on?

There is actually a software which will effectively block sites from tracking your browser but you can experience all the online personal features like Hide My IP (free download and test)

The Hide My IP software act like a security agent that actively hides your Internet protocol address. It will pass the cookie from website to give you the benefit of personification but your unique personal identification (IP address) remain covered. For your information, the IP address contains many data which reveals many bits of information about you such as where you are located, software running on your computer, which websites you visit, the name of your Internet Service Provider (ISP), and much more. By hiding your IP, you make it difficult for search engines like Google to determine who you are and where you’re from.

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1 comment for this entry ↓

  • 1 Gigi // Apr 8, 2009 at 6:17 am

    Internet Explorer? Seriously? That’s like riding a brontosaurus down the interstate.

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