UR Protects You in Three Ways:
Focusing on three axes—security, anti-tracking and anti-profiling—we explain how UR protects your privacy and keeps you safe online.
The core of your favorite browser, URBrowser, has just been updated to Chromium 61 also FOR MacOS! Continue reading
In case you didn’t know yet, the Google and Facebook business model is based on the exploitation of your personal data for the purpose of advertising targeting. When it’s “free “, you are the product! Continue reading
Scams of all kinds multiply on the web, from now classic Viagra to Windows pop up inviting you to clean your PC urgently. The organization of the culprits is gets increasingly sophisticated. Continue reading
The January 2018 figures compiled by Net Applications and relayed by Computer World show us that Internet Explorer, Edge (Microsoft) and FireFox (Mozilla) have again lost ground against the now hegemonic Google browser: Chrome. Continue reading
If you frequently use Chrome on your Windows PC, you may have already seen a page during a surfing session telling you that your computer was infected, that your browser was blocked, and that in desperation there was only one thing left for you to do: Call Microsoft! Continue reading
Google has just confirmed the launch of the ad-blocking feature on Chrome, which was announced more than a year ago. What will be the specific scope of this ad-blocking function? We shall tell you everything in this article. Continue reading
Today your online identity is replicated in various areas: from your Facebook profile to your Linkedin profile through your accounts on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and a myriad of other services. Continue reading
Mark Zuckerberg has often said: his ultimate vision is to connect all the inhabitants of the Blue planet (and perhaps beyond) into a culture of integral sharing. Continue reading
Google is the undisputed leader in the browser market. Chrome indeed brings together 67.5% of users on computer (desktop / laptop).
You may have forgotten it but there was a time when Internet Explorer, Microsoft’s historical browser, was the market leader. Continue reading
Tim Berners Lee has repeatedly expressed his disappointment regarding the worldwide web’s evolution, segmented in silos and proprietary platforms, at odds with the philosophy of his pioneers. Continue reading