securemaker

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by korb, Jun 6, 2007.

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  1. korb

    korb Registered Member

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    anyone tried this software yet


    home
    http://www.secretmaker.com/


    screenshot
    http://www.secretmaker.com/images/securemakergui.jpg

    thie is what they claim

    These various mandatory and helpful services are:

     
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  2. acr1965

    acr1965 Registered Member

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    This looks very interesting. I may give it a try. If someone else tries it be sure and post what you think.
     
  3. korb

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    i get an error when i tried to enable system protection,seem to conflict with some program i had.go to uninstall itfor now
     
  4. steve161

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    Hi Korb:

    From the EULA:

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    If you will, take a look and see what it left behind.
     
  5. webster

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    It shutdown with an error when i tried to enable it. Got the same error, every time i tried to start it. Uninstalled it too.
     
  6. dmenace

    dmenace Registered Member

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    So Secretmaker has changed into Securemaker...

    This feature in particular is interesting:

    "Privacy Securer offers the only feasible solution, because it permanently changes specific computer information to phantoms prior to its release. Privacy Securer sends phantoms (impersonal information) about your specific PC, disabling specific profile matching by advertisers.

    Privacy Securer will mask your computer’s unique information when it’s requested by a web site. Privacy Securer protects you from profiling by suppressing the common denominator and sending dummy data instead. Privacy Securer prevents the merging of collected data into a specific profile.

    Furthermore, Privacy Securer gives a profiler the impression that you are part of a network, with many computers behind it. With this unique technology, there is no need to hide your IP address through Proxy Servers or Anonymous Services."

    Anyone knows whether this actually works?
    I got a feeling that this claim is a bit too good to be true. Has anyone tested this?

    Also I think while any free software is a good thing ... why is it freeo_O I mean nobody here knows about the company that makes securemaker... :blink:
     
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