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Clear Your Browsing History: It Keeps Your Searches Private

Every time you visit a website, your internet browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, etc.), saves a copy of every page that you visit. This list of web pages – and associated data like title page as well as time and date of visit – forms your Web Browsing History. The web browser software does this…

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What is Browser History?

Every time you go online from your computer, your browser saves a copy of every page that you visit. That’s right: Your computer and Internet browser—whether you use Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or something else—keep track of where you’ve been and a history of what pages you’ve seen. That’s not something they’re hiding from you…

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Hide Your IP Address to Be More Anonymous Online

If you don’t know already, it’s virtually impossible..and too late…to be anonymous online. For years, social media sites—and virtually every site online—have been scraping together bits and pieces of your online browsing habits. What for? Mostly to create an eerily accurate picture of who you are. Some people may not realize (or care) about how…

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What is a Cable/DSL Modem?

First of all, you need to understand what a broadband connection is and how it works. According to Dictionary.com, broadband is “a high-speed, high-capacity transmission medium that can carry signals from multiple independent network carriers. This is done on a single coaxial or fiber-optic cable by establishing different bandwidth channels. Broadband technology can support a…

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What is a Broadband Internet Connection?

What is Broadband?

Broadband Internet service truly is the most used form of Internet access because of its high access speeds; it is offered in four different forms, DSL (or Digital Subscriber Line), also fiber-optic, cable, and satellite. The old dial-up connection is the only non-broadband internet service available, and even though it is cheaper, most Internet users…

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Unsubscore / Lashback Details (ubl.unsubscore.com)

ubl.unsubscore.com Summary Status: Active Terms: Free Zones: 1 Website: blacklist.lashback.com/ Removal: blacklist.lashback.com/ Lookup: blacklist.lashback.com/ Background ubl.unsubscore.com, whose parent company is LashBack uses what is called an unsubscribe intelligence database for the creation and maintenance of it’s DNS blacklist. LashBack has been in operation since 2003. Spammers deploy what are known as suppression lists, also known…

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UCE Protect

Summary Status: Active Terms: Free Zones: 3 Website: www.uceprotect.net Removal: www.uceprotect.net/en/index.php?m=7&s=0 Lookup: www.uceprotect.net/en/rblcheck.php Contact: www.uceprotect.net/en/index.php?m=8&s=0 Background uceprotect.net is a DNS blacklisting service that is comprised of three distinct zones: dnsbl-1.uceprotect.net, dnsbl-2.uceprotect.net, and dnsbl-3.uceprotect.net. Each zone has different listing criteria, all of which are extremely important to understand before using any zone within the service. While…

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The Passive Spam Block List

Summary Status: Active Terms: Free Zones: 1 Website: psbl.org Lookup: psbl.org/listing Removal: psbl.org/remove FAQ: psbl.org/faq/ Background psbl.surriel.com, also known as The Passive Spam Block List, is a relatively new blacklist to the DNSBL scene. Like most other blacklists, pbsl.surriel.com uses spamtraps and honeypots to gather it’s listing criteria. pbsl.surriel.com is an IP address based block…

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