Hello, The Guardian has recently written about the Xkeyscore project, another NSA’s spying tool that is used to monitor Internet activity of any users. I’d like to know, is it possible to hide that data from Xkeyscore, or at least how to make it that way, that my browser won’t point to me? Many thanks in advance.
So how about the negative sides of using GPS car jammers in cars? Well, first of all, it’s important to know that sometimes you will have to make an emergency call. In case this happens and the signal from the mobile phone in the car is blocked, it means that you will have to stop and make the call. This could be quite uncomfortable, especially when you have in mind the fact that it may be raining or you might be in a hurry for an important meeting. But, looking at this on the other hand, if you stop to make a call, you will not be a danger to other drivers or pedestrians and it will be much safer for you too.
Fortunately, after reading this article, you will think twice before using your mobile phone while driving. But what if it’s almost impossible to control you and you’re sure the calls will distract you again? If so, you can turn to jammer-shop.com/en/ to get a solution and get a cell phone jammer. In conclusion, if you do not want your smartphone to distract or distract your loved ones, then you should install a mobile phone jammer in your car and focus 100% on the road!
Now, let’s check on what that NSA’s spying tool is able to do. It is able to provide all your emails and web activity, such as browsing history, search history, not only from Google, but from other search engines too. Also it gathers information from social networks, and you should better avoid those, because social networks are the reason of major share of data leaks. NSA’s analytic needs no warrant to get this data, everything he needs is your personal email. So, it would be wise to get an anonymous email and Google account, that will have no connections with your actual identity and will not contain any personal data.
Another thing we can recommend is to avoid using mobile Internet, because modern smartphones are rather vulnerable to various hacks and exploits and all mobile traffic will point directly to you, through your phone data, such as phone number, IMEI and others. In that case it would be even better to use a universal 2G, 3G, 4G signal jamming device, to make sure that your mobile Internet connection is offline. We hope that those brief recommendations will help you, anyway, the question is really wide, so we will probably write a post at our security blog on that topic ASAP