- 1 of 9
- next ›
Recently, we told you that there are people out there spying on your online activities. Of course, you didn't need us to tell you that -- or maybe you did? If that's the case, you really need to read or watch the news a lot more.
However, there are a few ways to be stealthy about your online activities. There are a variety of ways to cover your tracks, whether it's through apps and software or just a few extra steps during your daily Web surfing. Of course, nothing is foolproof. "You can't hide anything," says Bobby Kuzma, owner of Effortless IT and certified information system security professional. Kuzma says that if the person wants your information bad enough, there are machines, software, and other methods to extract the data. "You can hide things from casual observation, but not from professional investigation." In other words, it may be worth taking some type of precautions.
Do you have something to hide? You'd better look into one of these seven ways to cover your tracks online.
Click the images below or the "next" button to see all the stealthy tips for secret surfing.
More Galleries like This
Is someone spying on you? Nothing is secret anymore when you have the right apps.
Or fired from work. Or thrown out of school. Or prompt an extra-intimate patdown from the TSA.
Music apps for the Mac and PC. From a simple 10-band equalizer made for Spotify to a simple volume booster to full-on audiophile applications that tout bit-perfect audio output and promise to output your CDs, your HD audio (88.1 KHz, 176 KHz, and more), your DSD, and any other audio perfectly to your DAC. And how about that dithered bit depth reduction!