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Avira Privacy Pal v1.9.1.1886
Avira Privacy Pal v1.9.1.1886 Did you know that whenever you use your computer, you're leaving digital traces that could expose your personal data? That's why we created Avira Privacy Pal. It's a personal assistant that lets you manage your privacy more quickly, simply, and effectively than ever. You can manually deal with 200+ privacy issues or you can put them all in safe, reliable hands and enjoy the view from a sleek, intuitive dashboard. Wipe away complexity and your digital traces If you'd like to save time, reduce hassle, and safeguard your privacy, you've found a friend in Privacy Pal: Gives you an overview of your privacy status and a quick fix for privacy threats Puts you in control, so you can manage the information collected about you Looks for privacy vulnerabilities and lets you know how you're being tracked Ease of use is built in from the start Take a peek at the dashboard and you'll immediately notice state-of-the-art comfort and simplicity with all the information you need available at a glance. What you won't see are the hundreds of individual privacy issues. They're being quietly sorted. Shhhh. What does it do? Here are just some of the features that keep you and your data safe from snoops: Disable Windows tracking This stops Cortana (Microsoft's personal virtual assistant) from tracking your location and accessing your calendar, contacts, and browsing history Remove chat logs from Skype Skype keeps a history or your private chats. We think that no one needs to know whom you talk to Disable web tracking Limit the information that ad and analytics companies gather about you from your web browsing Pick your preferences We're all different, which is why Privacy Pal offers three user profiles. Each profile comes with a unique balance of privacy and convenience. They're free and easy to use. Choose Basic You ...
5/5 1,294 May 10, 2019
Avira Operations GmbH
BGPKiller - Your Avira Ad Killer 0.96
BGPKiller - Your Avira Ad Killer 0.96 BGPKiller is an ad killer (or blocker) for your Avira Antivir antivirus. The application is designed to stop popup windows (i.e. ads) coming from Avira. It monitors the unwanted Avira processes responsible for ads, and silently kills Avira popups and ads before they show up. BGPKiller runs alongside Avira Free Antivirus, in your System Tray, and tells you each time it kills! The benefits of this utility are : No more Avira ad windows popping up (never!) No CPU usage coming from Avira ad processes And the best thing about it, ... it is free! Why such a utility? The Avira Free antivirus (Free edition) is known for its very good virus detection rate and reliability. This is one of the best antivirus on the market. However, it is also known for its annoying popup ads. But because this is such a good antivirus, these ads were usually tolerated by their users. However, in late 2014, a new bug made these ads even more unbearable : the CPU usage often reached 100% after an ad was displayed! And closing the Avira ad window was not enough. The only way to stop this high CPU usage was to manually kill the problematic ad processes or reboot the computer. If you didn't, your CPU could overheat to the point to affect your computer's longevity. This was obviously a very serious bug! So I decided to write this small utility to monitor and kill all unwanted Avira ads. This way, I solved this bug and made sure my CPU would not overheat because of Avira ads. But as an added benefit, I realized how great it was to never see Avira ads anymore!! No more ad windows popping up; no more ...
3/5 2,394 Nov 13, 2019
AviraJoe
   
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