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[Hiding your PC online] Tips + need tips


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#1 Pajajn

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Posted 19 May 2013 - 11:12 AM

Ive been doing alot of researching lately and come up with the following things that ive been mixing around with. Now wondering if there is any breach or thing that i missed with these stuff

Spoofing my routers MAC with a new adress every day. Unknown device number + new unique external IP
Spoofing my PC MAC every startup and also the netbios name/pc name
Spoofed my User agent to unknown string and name
Changed DNS server to fix possible ISP leaks
HTTPS when possible and behind a VPN server with no logs kept saved
Ghostery addon
Adblock plus
BugMeNot on new webpages
DuckDuckGo search engine with https


Is there anything more that i could use to keep my privacy online for myself as much as possible

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Posted 20 May 2013 - 03:39 AM

Is there any Flash cookie/zombie cookie that could give traces back to me when browsing like this?

Anything more that i haven't thought of. Noscript worth having too or does my current "setup" cover the whole package on hiding identity






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