segunda-feira, 15 de agosto de 2011

Quem está rastreando você na Internet?

Browser Add-On Shows Exactly Who's Watching You Surf - Updated 13. August 2011 - 9:59 by r.schifreen

Este artigo publicado em Gizmo's Freeware é muito interessante. Apresenta uma extensão para o Firefox, a Collusion, que, uma vez instalada, lhe permitirá ver, em um gráfico, quem está rastreando os seus movimentos na Internet. Experimente. Instale a extensão indo até https://secure.toolness.com/xpi/collusion.html e depois veja, enquanto navega, o resultado em http://collusion.toolness.org/, página que pode ser acessada a partir de sua barra de extensões.

It's called Collusion, and it examines the cookies on your PC to find out who's been sharing information with whom. Or at least, who could technically be sharing information with whom. And this is not just any information, of course. It's yours. Data about what you've been looking at online. If you want to try it out, you'll need to use Firefox as your browser (at least for the duration of your experiment). Assuming that you have FireFox, go to https://secure.toolness.com/xpi/collusion.html to download and install the add-in. It only takes a few seconds. Now, just carry on surfing as normal. At any point, when you want to see the results of Collusion's analysis, head to http://collusion.toolness.org/. You will see a chart [such as the one below]. Each red dot indicates a cookie through which your internet activity can be tracked. And the explanation on the right hand side will show just how many sites have access to that cookie.

Ainda sobre privacidade: você já conhece a extensão BetterPrivacy para o Firefox e a Click&Clean para o Chrome?

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