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Lucif4
Premium
join:2000-12-12

Privacy Reference List (Ads, Cookies...)

I ran across ALOT of links scattered across DSLReports, and other security websites. Alot of them being very useful. These are mostly for privacy and cookie management. Hopefully you'll be able to find something that is of use below:

Activator Desk
»www.activatordesk.com/

ActivePrivacy
»www.ascentive.com/cgi-bin/click/···acy.html

Adextinguisher
»www.crosswinds.net/~neeravb/adext/index.htm

ADFilter
»www.adfilter.com/

AdKiller
»www.robinlewis.co.uk/AdKiller.html

AdsOff!
»www.intercantech.com/home.html

AllegroSurf
»www.allegrosurf.com/

AdSubtract SE & Pro FREE!!!
»www.adsubtract.com/

AnalogX Cookie Wall FREE!!! (Recommended)
»www.analogx.com/

AnalogX POW FREE!!!
»www.analogx.com/

CookieCop & CookieCop Plus FREE!!! (Recommended)
http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/utilities/

Cookie Crusher
http://www.thelimitsoft.com/cookie.html

Cookie Muncher
http://www.bigwig.net/softwaredesign/free.htm

Cookie Pal
http://www.kburra.com/

Cookie Viewer FREE!!!
http://www.winmag.com/columns/powertools/ptcookie.htm

DNSKong FREE!!!
http://www.accs-net.com/hosts/DNSKong.html
& http://www.pacificnet.net/~bbruce/system.htm

Don't Panic! PopUp Stopper FREE!!!
http://www.panicware.com/product_downloads.html

eSafe Protect Desktop FREE!!!
http://www.ealaddin.com/esafe/default.asp

FlowProtector FREE!!!
http://www.flowprotector.com/usa/

Freedom 2 - Internet Privacy Suite FREE!!!
http://www.freedom.net/

Guidescope FREE!!!
http://www.guidescope.com/home/

Hide Your Cookies FREE!!!
http://www.cookiecentral.com/dsclm.htm

IDcide Privacy Companion FREE!!!
http://www.idcide.com/

Internet Junkbuster FREE!!!
http://internet.junkbuster.com/
or http://www.waldherr.org/junkbuster/
or http://www.tardis.ed.ac.uk/~skx/junk/

Internet Watcher 2000
http://www.internetwatcher.com/indexe.htm

Interquick
http://interquick.deerfield.com/

KillAd FREE!!!
http://wwwwin.wplus.net/pp/fsc/

McAfee Guard Dog
http://www.nai.com/asp_set/buy_try/buy/products.asp
or http://download.mcafee.com/eval/evaluate2.asp

Muffin (WWW Filtering System) FREE!!!
http://muffin.doit.org/

Naviscope
http://www.naviscope.com/

NoAds FREE!!!
ftp://members.aol.com/helhasan/myhomepage/NASetup.exe (direct download) (down)

NoAds 2000
http://www.firase.com/noads.htm

NoPops FREE!!!
http://www.jpsoft.dk/uk/freeware.html

NoReferrer FREE!!!
http://www.ifrance.com/arstlg/

Norton Internet Security 2000
(formerly WRQ's @Guard)
http://www.symantec.com/sabu/nis/nis_pe/

ProxyStopper FREE!!!
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/5287/

Secure4U
http://www.secure4u.com/

The Proxomitron FREE!!! (Recommended)
http://proxomitron.cjb.net/
or http://mir.spaceports.com/~ptron/

Toss Your Cookies FREE!!!
http://www.codearchive.com/~mark/index.html

WebWasher FREE!!! (Recommended)
http://www.webwasher.com/

WebWiper
http://www.webwiper.com/frameset.htm

Zapada (online proxy)
http://www.zapada.com/

Add your own Privacy links below.

[text was edited by author 2001-02-18 18:48:55]


R2
R Not
Premium,MVM
join:2000-09-18
Long Beach, CA
kudos:1
That is excellent -- and difficult to add to!


Hutch3
Premium
join:2000-10-14
australia
reply to Lucif4
Good information supplied here. Well done Lucif4. You have my vote


SeDR

join:2000-05-22
Budd Lake, NJ
reply to Lucif4
He shoots - he scores!! Two points!!

Well done


kaybertoss
Layne Staley 1967-2002

join:2000-10-28
Vancouver BC
reply to Lucif4
Thanks for taking the time to put together this list, great job well done. Thumbs up.


bradleyd
I can't spel
Premium
join:2000-10-15
Up yours!
reply to Lucif4
Kudos to you, Lucif4! Great list.


SeDR

join:2000-05-22
Budd Lake, NJ
reply to Lucif4
Maybe Justin or one of the moderators can add this to the FAQ or somewhere permanent on DSLReports.

Anon
reply to Lucif4
Thanks for taking the time and effort to compile this list Luci4.... it is a big help for all of us trying to manage all the noise and clutter on the net! Well Done.


RDionysus

join:2000-10-03
Lindenhurst, NY
reply to Lucif4
Excellent!


jaykaykay
4 Ever Young
Premium,MVM
join:2000-04-13
USA
kudos:24
Reviews:
·Cox HSI
·Speakeasy
reply to Lucif4
Wow! My daughter recently asked me for some information on just this topic, and I told her that I would go through DSLR and try to compile a list of helpful things for her. You did my job for me, and I cannot thank you enough. You did a terrific job and then some!


bird147
Please Care
Premium
join:2000-11-27
Monterey, CA
reply to Lucif4
......Great job Lucif4!!!!!!!

and I agree with SeDR, this info would be good in a FAQ file...

take care..........


jaykaykay
4 Ever Young
Premium,MVM
join:2000-04-13
USA
kudos:24
reply to Lucif4
It just occurred to me. You missed one, the cookie program I am using! CookieWall from »www.analogx.com. How I could have missed that the first time around, I don't know. I love this little program.


AMF

join:2001-02-08
Fairfax, VA
reply to Lucif4
I am currently using adaware, is that enough or should I check those other website out?


Rxdoxx
Premium,Ex-Mod 2002-13
join:2000-11-03
Middle River, MD
kudos:11

Check them out! AnalogX gives POW a free pop-up ad killer for one, AdAware which you have finds spyware, this list has a Delicatession of goodies that are well worth looking at. Some I know well, others I will surf to.
Saw this thread when I logged on this AM, I voted it from -2 back to even, don't know who didn't like it, came on this evening and glad to see it is appreciated by all (or mostly all)
EDIT::::
ok just went to them all and a couple look real interesting. Some had aggrivation like the no pop up that gave a popup I couldn't get rid of. And there were two that I couldn't get out of with the back button on MSIE. And one in French...... But needless to say I've set up a file in favorites and copied them all.
One that I have and use and like-> windowwasher is available from another site for your list »www.webroot.com/ free trial, but I tried it and bought it.
--
Tamiflu (rx) works for the real flu, but $$ your HMO won't tell you and if you don't know about it to ask.... www.tamiflu.com

[text was edited by author 2001-02-19 20:16:33]

jpalminteri

join:2000-12-13
Bellefonte, PA
reply to Lucif4
Well done!!!

This info would be hard to come by any other way.

System
reply to Lucif4
Great job got list in my favorites in case I change my cookie program Thanks again for the effort


Rocktagon
Slightly Bent
Premium
join:2000-11-04
Chattaroy, WA
reply to Lucif4
Tiss a great list.
I accidently hit the thumbs down button when I voted for it last night.
SORRY
I would of been the first vote but I missed
I wish you could take votes back, but thanks RxDoxx for correcting it!
Nice list Lucif4.
--
Quest for Knowledge



Wildcatboy
Invisible
Premium,Mod
join:2000-10-30
Toronto, ON
kudos:3
reply to SeDR
said by SeDR:
Maybe Justin or one of the moderators can add this to the FAQ or somewhere permanent on DSLReports.
The vote up thread option was created with the same idea in mind. Make sure you vote the thrad you find to be archive worthy and it will be archived for everybody and you can access it any time by clicking on the "Show voted topics only " link.

Good links lucif4. One look at the stars on top of the page tells you that this thread has become immortal.
--
You can catch the Devil, but you can't hold him long.

tnm456

join:2001-01-28
Connellsville, PA
I hope Lucif doesn't mind, but I added all these links to
the site I have been working on. They should be easy to
find for everyone at

»www.cvzoom.net/~nitemare/index.htm

So far this site seems to be liked and a welcome
addition to the resources availible, check it out when
you have time.
this is a cookie/ad free zone

Fox245

join:2001-02-07
Belgium
reply to Lucif4
wow...thanks a lot Lucif4 !!!

System
reply to Lucif4
Thanks Lucif4 - added the links to my bookmarks!

c5karl

join:2000-08-01
Fairfax, VA
reply to Lucif4
Here's another useful link: Doubleclick provides a way to "opt out" of their cookies that allow them to track your usage across multiple Doubleclick-affiliated sites:

»www.doubleclick.net:80/us/corpor···ject_1=&

tnm456

join:2001-01-28
Connellsville, PA
c5karl
most of the links for opting out were covered in this thread
»Hate those info collecting cookies? check this out
--
Many links for Broadband security issues: »www.cvzoom.net/~nitemare/index.htm


EmilioG
Whats This?
Premium
join:2000-09-19
New York, NY
If everyone Votes Up this post by clicking on the Vote Up feature at the top right hand side at the beginning of this thread, it will get archived.