The list of Netstat is very extensive and above all confusing, if only external communication is of interest. With free programs like my ip or other IP tools, you can only display connections that find the beginning or the end outside the local network.
When surfing PCs send a lot of data to the Web, there cheer advertising companies, criminals, intelligence agencies. The article mentions protective VPN tools, add-ons and privacy tips.
When surfing the Internet, you leave behind telltale traces: When you visit a website, the site operator learns your approximate location and some technical details about your PC, for example, the browser version. Because in the background, PCs unnoticed transmit numerous data. On the basis of the browser version, malicious sites exploit security holes and inject malware via them. The article highlights the dangers and provides privacy-preserving tools that hide your IP address, making it difficult to identify your location. With VPN tools you can surf even in unencrypted WLANs comparatively secure. Other programs delete spyware and browser traces, generate fake person profiles and distribute queries to multiple search services or do the opposite: they flood Google & Co. with searches so that your own inputs sink like a needle in a haystack.
The Google search engine is eagerly collecting data
The search engine does not hoard user data and thus respects your privacy. The quality of the search results is approximately at Google level because the hits come from the US group. For this, the Webware forwards search queries to the market leader. Although the search hits are not individually tailored to you and subjectively worse in individual cases, the results are more neutral. Start page likes compared to IP address anonymizers so as not to diminish the surfing speed and has a data protection ace up his sleeve: You are not only anonymous but also call linked pages discretely. Thus the link “Anonymous view” opens next to a result link the respective web page with proxy technology together with other IP.
From the web browser, Opera read in reports more frequently, but he frisket a niche existence in terms of distribution. With built-in VPN-based VPN spoofing, the developers provide a unique selling proposition that does not compete with Mozilla and Google: it allows you to visit websites with a different IP address. You turn off the VPN button next to the address bar turns on or off by using Alt-P to access the settings, touch the VPN search box, and flip the switch.
To surf anonymously, click on “VPN” on the left of the address bar and on the desired origin in the drop-down menu. A choice by country is not possible, but Opera puts you an IP from “Europe”, “North and South America” or “Asia” over. Unlike traditional VPN clients, obfuscation only affects Opera; other programs are unprotected. this is often desirable because for some services you want to be on the road with the real IP address. Earlier you had the choice: Either you use Opera Turbo compressing proxy server for more surfing speed or the browser’s own VPN, one of the two put the other lame. Meanwhile, you only use VPN: The turbo functionality is no longer part of the functionality. At least you no longer run the risk of inadvertently deactivating VPN.