East-Tec DisposeSecure 2010
eep what you do on your computer to yourself. Protect your privacy and file.
Protect your data and privacy and remove all evidence of your computer and online activity with East-Tec Eraser 2010. Eraser meets and exceeds government and industry standards for the permanent erasure of digital information and removes every trace of sensitive data from your computer, including Internet history, Web pages, pictures, unwanted cookies, conversations, and all traces of files, confidential documents, e-mails deleted in the past, or entire drives, floppy disks, CDs/DVDs, USB flash drives. East-Tec Eraser 2010 cleans away evidence from the latest versions of the most popular Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, AOL, MSN Explorer, Opera, Safari, Netscape Navigator) and hundreds of popular programs (Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger, AOL Messenger, ICQ, Outlook and Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Limewire, Morpheus, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Winamp, Google Toolbar and many more). East-Tec Eraser 2010 features an intuitive interface and wizards, automatic cleaning of your computer at specified intervals, Anti-Surprise (Anti-Boss/Panic) key to protect your privacy in emergency situations, support for custom privacy needs, user-defined erasure methods, built-in safety features that prevent you from accidentally removing critical files or folders, password protection, and many more. The latest version comes with Windows 7 compatibility and updated sensitive areas for the most popular web browsers and applications.
New and updated sensitive areas in Privacy Guard: Google Chrome 3 and 4, Safari 4, Mozilla Firefox 3.6, Mozilla Thunderbird 3, Yahoo Messenger 10, YouTube Downloader 2.5, WinRAR 14, WinZIP 14, LimeWire 5.4, Foxit Reader 3, Kaspersky Internet Security 2010, Windows Media Player 12, Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 Beta, Windows Live Movie Maker 14 and more.
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