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How to keep private information separate from business?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Joe_Blacks, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. Joe_Blacks

    Joe_Blacks Newbie

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    From time to time I like to use the internet for entertainment and personal use rather that use it as a cash machine. How do I keep my cookies and IP safe so Google does not know that I am related to XYZ video on YouTube or something, when I look up FPS-russia or something unrelated to work?
     
  2. ExperiencedSolutions

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    cookies: google "private browsing" + your internet browser. (ex: private browsing firefox)
    IP: google "free proxies" and "how to mask IP with proxy"

    PM me if you have any other small questions.
     
  3. mmaniac

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    you have to use other IP address (private proxy) if you wanna be safe. Simple setup is to use one browser for example Chrome for your personal needs (Chrome can use your default internet settings, so your local IP address) and Firefox for your business needs.

    Setup firefox to use other IP address, disable plugins you don't need like Java, Silverlight and if you don't need Flash disable it too. If you need Flash - keep it, but go to Flash settings and select option to Block sites to store information on your computer.

    If you setup browsers this way and use one for work and another in free time you'll be fine.
     
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