East-Tec Eraser 2011

East-Tec Eraser 2011 9.1

EastTec Eraser protects people’s privacy with highly advanced techniques
4.1  (13 votes)
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As Internet became more popular, threats to people’s privacy also became more dangerous. This is the reason why software like East-Tec Eraser becomes available. It helps to protect privacy with techniques that are far better than those set as a standard by the Pentagon.
There’s no need to be an extremely intelligent and well-versed hacker in order to invade people’s privacy: the browser’s history (web pages, images, audio and cookies from Internet websites); chat conversations, files in the Recycled Bin, erased emails, temp files, and windows swap files can be accessed with little knowledge.
East-Tec Eraser 2009 supports most common browsers (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft IE, Opera, and others), and software that also keep record of private information (MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, RealPlayer, ICQ, AOL Messenger, Windows Media Player, Kazaa, Outlook and Outlook Express, Eudora, Limewire, Morpheus, etc). Also, it erases saved internet forms (including passwords).
The user interface has been re-done and since I was used to the previous version, I don’t feel OK with the new; but to be honest I guess most users would definitely like more the current.
The following are its stronger points:
• Installation is speedy and without hassle. Does not need too many resources (like memory).
• Its ease of use makes it ideal for newbies as well as for experts.
• The scheduling feature is automated
• Panic Button: users can click it and the software follows a previously defined set of tasks.
East-Tec Eraser’s high standards and ease of use make it the perfect choice. I fully recommend it!

Enhancements from previous version are the new interface, risk monitor improvements, support for Mozilla Firefox 3.1, Opera 9.6, Yahoo Messenger 9, Zone Alarm Pro 8, OpenOffice 3, Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 and more.

Germán González
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