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In this guest post, Alen Hunjet explores how to surf the internet without leaving a trace. Learn more about Alen at the conclusion of this post.

If you want to surf the web without leaving a trace on your system you can use the Firefox add-on: Stealther.

Stealther – Surf Anonymously

Stealth Firefox Extension

Download Stealther

To enable Stealther, click on the menu Tools and check Stealther or via the shortcut key CTRL+Shift+S.

To enable anonymous browsing, Stealther temporarily disables the following things:

  • Browsing History
  • Cookies
  • Downloaded Files History
  • Disk Cache
  • Saved Form Information
  • Sending of ReferrerHeader
  • Recently Closed Tabs list

You can easily set the things you do not want to store on your PC, most commonly these are Browsing History and Cookies.

If you want to hide the websites you go to, this is a tool for you.

Download Stealther

Alen Hunjet is a writer whose work can be seen at mypcspot.com. To find out more about his work or to contact him, please visit mypcspot.com.

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3 thoughts on “Surf the Internet without Leaving a Trace [How To]”

  1. Gary says:

    There’s also Distrust.


  2. Gary says:

    There’s also Distrust.


  3. Pakistani music says:

    I must say its a great blog.

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