• If you get IP banned from a website on your computer, can you get around it by using your phone on 4G?

    This feels like a very stupid question, but I'm really curious. Is the phone detectable as being the same IP?
    This feels like a very stupid question, but I'm really curious. Is the phone detectable as being the same IP?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do I block ads on Android? Tried adblock, but this just blocked ads on browser, do you know some adblock for application as well?

    Best answer: There are many ways you can do it: - Block it at the gateway/router level. You can use a filter there to disconnect to known ad servers. - Force your traffic to go through a VPN, then filter the ad traffic within your VPN before routing it back to the internet. The BeenChoice app used to use this technique. -... show more
    Best answer: There are many ways you can do it:

    - Block it at the gateway/router level. You can use a filter there to disconnect to known ad servers.

    - Force your traffic to go through a VPN, then filter the ad traffic within your VPN before routing it back to the internet. The BeenChoice app used to use this technique.

    - Use a custom DNS server. Then block out the know ad servers with your DNS. I think OpenDNS offering this service as well.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I need to break in into my USB?

    I just downloaded program called USB Secure 2.1.4(trial version) and secured all the files on my USB. After that I used keygen and filled in a serial number, so it's "full version" now. Unluckily I forgot the password and I can't seem to remember it. The locked files are very valuable to me. Can... show more
    I just downloaded program called USB Secure 2.1.4(trial version) and secured all the files on my USB. After that I used keygen and filled in a serial number, so it's "full version" now. Unluckily I forgot the password and I can't seem to remember it. The locked files are very valuable to me. Can you please help me solve the issue?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do you believe Kaspersky Internet Security is used by Russia to spy on Americans.?

    I have Kaspersky and I am not sure what to believe. I heard Kaspersky uncovered US involvement regarding the Iran hacks and the NSA stopped using the software as revenge. However, Kaspersky is located in Russia and could be used by the Russia Government. What do you think?
    I have Kaspersky and I am not sure what to believe. I heard Kaspersky uncovered US involvement regarding the Iran hacks and the NSA stopped using the software as revenge. However, Kaspersky is located in Russia and could be used by the Russia Government. What do you think?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where is a proxy server placed?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Android device problem?

    Best answer: On mine I downloaded Firefox Beta for Android which works beautifully, then I downloaded Ublock Origin in the addons. In the Androids settings, go to Apps .Firefox and make Firefox the default browser. Then always select Firefox instead of Chrome, like me you won't get any more adverts nor pop ups. Happy New Year!
    Best answer: On mine I downloaded Firefox Beta for Android which works beautifully, then I downloaded Ublock Origin in the addons. In the Androids settings, go to Apps .Firefox and make Firefox the default browser. Then always select Firefox instead of Chrome, like me you won't get any more adverts nor pop ups. Happy New Year!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to eliminate a virus?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Who is hacking me?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are the absolute loudest door speakers?

    Not subwoofers. I'm talking mids and highs. Right now the loudest set I can find are about 135 watts rms per side of components. Or 150 watts rms for the Kappa 900 series but they're pretty expensive. Is this as loud as it gets? Or are there others out there without breaking the bank? Or am I just going... show more
    Not subwoofers. I'm talking mids and highs. Right now the loudest set I can find are about 135 watts rms per side of components. Or 150 watts rms for the Kappa 900 series but they're pretty expensive. Is this as loud as it gets? Or are there others out there without breaking the bank? Or am I just going to have to go active crossovers and buy everything separately (to maximize wattage)? TIA
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Your IP was logged and forwarded to law enforcement?

    The other day I was on my phone, bored and looking at porn like I've done tons of times. I got bored of it too and ended up just disregarding it and opening another page on my phone. Hours later I go back on my phone and there's a pop up on the page that I was viewing earlier, saying something like I had... show more
    The other day I was on my phone, bored and looking at porn like I've done tons of times. I got bored of it too and ended up just disregarding it and opening another page on my phone. Hours later I go back on my phone and there's a pop up on the page that I was viewing earlier, saying something like I had searched/viewed illegal content and that my IP had been forwarded to law enforcement. I don't know exactly where the pop up came from and it didn't show my IP or location. I immediately just clicked out of it. I've heard of scam pop ups but I can never tell if they're legit or not. It's been 8 days but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't still a little nervous over it. Am I just worrying myself over nothing?
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is my laptop in trouble?

    Best answer: It's just another one of these scareware scams where they try to fool you into believing that you're infected with some sort of malware or that someone hacked you. Usually, after that, they recommend their own security program. It could be a legitimate Antivirus which you'll have to pay for, or... show more
    Best answer: It's just another one of these scareware scams where they try to fool you into believing that you're infected with some sort of malware or that someone hacked you.

    Usually, after that, they recommend their own security program. It could be a legitimate Antivirus which you'll have to pay for, or another piece of malware. In either case, it's a win-win situation for them.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago