From Security Standpoint, You May Want To Forget a Windows 10 Upgrade

From Security Standpoint, You May Want To Forget a Windows 10 Upgrade

Hello all, Blogmaster here – who also has run a Community Free help site for malware removal and information etc since around 2005. Here and there, more and more seeing many writings about the new Windows 10 from a security standpoint – well for me it is forget it. I will probably never buy one and certainly will not upgrade. I would rather switch to Linux forever than go through what they have going on now.

There is a circumvention of security with a more or less full blown allowance to third party ad network type activities. A lot like downloading software with adware and spyware bundled secretly inside and installs. It is a thumbing of the nose at the public for dollar$ gained through this type of harvesting. When this began around 2001-2002 and 2003, all laws and softwares were created to make it illegal as well as block and detect and remove it from any PC. This is when and where adware and spyware were discovered.

One hand washes or shakes the other on the internet as far as trying to get money to pay bills through ads etc. Most of the innocent are actually welcomed across the board – an ad here there – but sometimes irritating. Depends if you are surfing or studying. The infection by adware creates the continual intermittent pop up annoying ads and can as well be leaking personal information to third parties. This is how legally antispyware companies were legally allowed to create antispyware and as well, publicly declare these as adware infections without libel suit.

So the whole point here is basically that with Windows 10 – the world wide web is returning to those days of allowance and naivete to those days immediately preceding the spyware category of threats being discovered. (I have noticed some security products do not block browser leaks as much as you would think.) They’re sticking it to the newbies again, in a reverse manner of trying to help with UAC being released in Vista forward and much else to make security as automatic as possible for novices (newbies). If you were around for those “XP Years” when this was the day, you’ll see and get this feel all over again in reading this great blogpost below describing security and Windows 10. (Emsisoft Antimalware is all I have recommended as top product for several years now – which indeed blocks any attempt of a browser leak with user choices as you can plainly see in a free trial).

Of course for veteran users who tweak security settings across the board in Windows – there is going to be a lot to turn off and block anywhere possible which may be the cure. Some services will obviously be forget it -don’t use it, just use Windows as it was still 7 or 8. But read this blog for sure, if new or experienced user, and get a good eye full of what Windows 10 is doing to computing security. I won’t doubt there may even be lawsuits for data breach causing ID Theft long the near future.

The truth about Windows 10 spying on almost everything you do
http://blog.emsisoft.com/2015/09/02/the-truth-about-windows-10-spying-on-almost-everything-you-do/
In Security Knowledge
by Carla September 2, 2015 |

You have probably heard the news by now: Microsoft has updated a controversial service agreement that lays out in scary detail how your personal data is being used and abused – at least, that’s what the major tech blogs are saying. But the reality is, even if you read the 12,000 word service agreement, it’s still confusing and vague at best. ….

…..”Cortana is your voice-activated personal assistant, much like Siri and Google Now. But in order for her to operate, Windows 10 collects your personal information to better serve you. This includes calendar events, contact information, alarm settings, what you view and purchase, your browsing history, emails and text messages… “and more”.” …..

….. “OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage system, and it comes with the Windows 10 territory. You might think it’s great because there is no additional sign up or installment required and you can access it from any of your Microsoft devices. But this new convenience comes with a price.
Every time you are signed into your machine with your Microsoft account, your operating system immediately syncs your settings and other data to company’s servers. This includes browser behavior and history, as well as mobile hotspot and Wi-Fi network passwords.” …..

READ IN FULL:
http://blog.emsisoft.com/2015/09/02/the-truth-about-windows-10-spying-on-almost-everything-you-do/

REMEDY / FIX …..

O&O ShutUp10
Free antispy tool for Windows 10
O&O ShutUp10 means you have full control over which comfort functions under Windows 10 you wish to use, and you decide when the passing on of your data goes too far.
Using a very simple interface, you decide how Windows 10 should respect your privacy by deciding which unwanted functions should be deactivated.
O&O ShutUp10 is entirely free and does not have to be installed – it can be simply run directly and immediately on your PC. And it will not install or download retrospectively unwanted or unnecessary software, like so many other programs do these days!

IN FULL AND DOWNLOAD LINK…..
HAS BEEN RECOMMENDED HERE:
http://blog.emsisoft.com/2015/09/02/the-truth-about-windows-10-spying-on-almost-everything-you-do/
https://bluecollarpcwebs.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/from-security-standpoint-you-may-want-to-forget-a-windows-10-upgrade/

O&O ShutUp10
The telemetry components of Windows 10 and the way they affect the user’s privacy is a controversial topic ever since the release of the most recent iteration of Microsoft’s operating system. While many options can be tampered with during setup, there are applications out there specifically tailored to allow the manual tweaking of Windows 10’s security settings. One of them is O&O ShutUp10.
Various range of tweaks for Windows 10
Requiring no installation, O&O ShutUp10 provides users with a simple means of customizing the privacy options in Windows 10 and thus decide which data collection options will stay enabled and which should be blocked.
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/System-Tweak/O-O-ShutUp10.shtml


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