One of my favourite films is “Sneakers”.
It stars Robert Redford as a computer hacker.
And he’s blackmailed into stealing a top secret black box from a company called “Setec Astronomy”.
With a little help from his friends, he learns that the black box can break any encryption code.
And while playing Scrabble, he realises “Setec Astronomy” is an anagram of…
… you guessed it: too many secrets.
That’s when he realises how valuable the black box is.
It’s a cool film.
But talking of secrets…
How many secrets could your computer reveal?
The reason I ask, is because your computer keeps a record of all your activities.
- Every website you’ve visited…
- Every video you’ve watched…
- Every picture you’ve ogled…
- Every file you’ve downloaded or shared…
- Every minute you’ve spent goofing off on Facebook…
Every damn thing.
It’s a scary thought, isn’t it?
And it’s storing this mountain of evidence in dozens of files and folders — including index.dat files, temp files, and protected system folders.
Erasing your browser history won’t do jack to protect you from prying eyes.
And you can’t just delete these files because your computer won’t work without them.
You need to “cleanse” the files with specialist software.
So — if your computer’s secrets could cost you your job, your relationship, your friendship, your reputation…
… or leave you embarrassed and humiliated, then…
You gotta check out Privacy Controls
Because with one click it cleanses your computer of sensitive information to U.S. Department of Defense standards.
It overwrites files with random data multiple times so there’s absolutely no trace of the file ever existing.
Zip. Zilch. Nada.
It also includes a secure file shredder so you can erase specific files.
And the best part — it includes a scheduler so you can set it to remove the evidence of your activities as often as you like.
So you’ll never have to squirm at the thought of people snooping around your computer.
Or wake up in a cold sweat worrying that your computer’s secrets are going to land you in deep doo-doo.
Click one of these links and give Privacy Controls a try.
Requirements: Windows® 8 (32-bit & 64-bit), 7 (32-bit & 64-bit), Vista (32-bit & 64-bit), or XP (32-bit).