Since the horrific events on
9/11, the Government has installed sophisticated
"snooping" software right on your onramp to the
Internet... your ISP (Internet Service Provider). The very
second you connect to the Internet, your every move is monitored
and recorded. Sure, their main purpose in doing this is to
catch terrorists and prevent potential acts of aggression,
but don't think for a minute that all other information gathered
is ignored and discarded.
And remember, the most frightening part is that devious programmers
have likely used numerous "Trojan Horses" and other
"hacking" techniques to infest your hard drive with
unimaginable and often illegal images and programs, without
you even knowing about it! ...but try and explain that to
How about your employer? Think you have nothing to worry
about at work? If so, then you could not be more wrong. There
is a strong and growing trend among employers to monitor and
record everything an employee does that involves a computer...
and it's perfectly legal for them to do so! As a matter of
fact, a recent survey showed that 77% of all major U.S. companies
record and review employee communications and Internet surfing
Without a quality hard drive "cleaning" product,
you are absolutely defenseless against your employer. Never
mind your actual surfing habits and personal e-mails and chats,
just think for a second how easy it would be for a co-worker
or even a third party to place offensive material on your
computer without you ever even realizing it... that is until
your boss calls you in to fire you. And how do you explain
that to your wife?!
Speaking of your spouse, your significant other is more likely
than ever to monitor your computer time. Imagine your husband
or wife being able to see every website you've visited and
every image you've viewed. What if he or she was able to read
every e-mail you've sent and received, as well as view every
detail of every chat session you've participated in... even
if you think you've deleted everything!
And don't be naive enough to think your spouse would never
do such as thing. The number of broken relationships and divorces
continues to climb, and the frequency in which computer records
are used has "evidence" in such cases has dramatically
increased. When obtaining these "hidden" and "deleted"
records is as easy as buying a piece of software, even the
most technically-challenged spouses are able to do so with
The bottom line? ...You ARE being watched! Whether it's your
spouse, employer, or the Government, your Internet habits
are being recorded and closely scrutinized. That's just the
plain and simple fact. There literally is no way to prevent
your computer from recording and storing this information,
however, thankfully there is a way to permanently erase it.
As a matter of fact, it's the ONLY way that you can be 100%
certain you are safe and your privacy is protected.
Remember, deleting the files will not permanently remove
them. Nor will emptying your Recycle Bin, clearing your cache,
or deleting your History. Even completely reformatting your
hard drive will leave behind every bit of this volatile information.