Operating system: Windows
Publisher: Ashampoo GmbH & Co.KG
Release : Ashampoo Privacy Protector 126.96.36.199
Antivirus check: passed
Last revision: Last week
Ashampoo Privacy Protector is an interesting protection program for Windows. It helps users remain completely hidden online while also being able to protect files from being stolen by third parties. Internet privacy is becoming rare despite our advances in technology. The average person doesn't realize that they are practically giving away their private information to anyone interested in looking at it. When internet privacy is mentioned, people usually think about hackers and other shady characters, but the fact of the matter is companies are the biggest culprits. If you use any sort of social media, you are a prime target for having your information sold. I am not too fond of having some guy in a suit know every single thing I'm interested in. That is where the Ashampoo Privacy Protector comes in. There is a lot you can do with this program; some of the features you can expect are:
One thing that instantly drew me to Ashampoo Privacy Protector was the fact that it can track down and remove data traces. When we browse the internet, our computer acquires trace files that companies or third parties use to access your activity. Ashampoo Privacy Protector searches for these tracers lists them and allows you to delete them permanently. In addition to that, Ashampoo Privacy Protector allows you to encrypt your data with military-grade AES256 encryption. Top security experts speak highly of that level of encryption, and it gives me a secure feeling. Another cool thing about Ashampoo Privacy Protector is that you can password protect all of your files; in fact, you don't need to remember passwords. You can make images and other files as your password keys. It's exciting stuff. I actually use a specific photo as a password to my most sensitive files, and no one will never know. All in all, Ashampoo Privacy Protector is a very reliable program that everyone should try, I'm still finding out new things despite using it for months.
Protect your computer from being tracked by third parties.