In this post, we will get to know 4 people who can know and see that you are browsing porn sites even if you are in the hidden mode in your browser.
Because the vast majority of web users are associated with a false sense of security through an incognito or private browsing mode, there are definitely more important aspects of online privacy (identity theft, credit card theft just to name a few).
However, adult porn site browsing history is one of the secrets in their online lives that people want to protect most, so it may be troubling to know that porn browsing is not as special as one might think.
Here are some of the people who can access this information, along with some easy tips that can take some help for providing these points,
1. Anyone connected on the same Wi-Fi:
One of the stupidest things one might do is watch porn at a local café (in fact, never do that). However, what can be done is usually seen by anyone connected to this point of contact. It doesn't take much penetration skills to know what other people connected to the same network are doing.
Security is only on new websites that start with HTTPS and web that are always safe, and I don't think almost any adult sites fall into this category so you can also do this.
2. Web service providers:
When traveling, it is easy to forget that what may be culturally acceptable in one country can put you in trouble with authorities in another country. Whether on the public Wi-Fi network or a mobile internet provider network, they may be obligated by law to report anyone browsing adult material.
The personal freedom we have to browse anything we want online may be a red streak for many of us so far, and we easily forget that the same does not apply to others.
3. Analytics and Advertisers (often one)
It might not be surprising to hear that most companies don't advertise on adult websites. This makes porn sites often self-sufficient when it comes to using your private information for advertising purposes.
Unfortunately, many adult websites implement analytical services, with the 'Like' and 'Share' buttons, which feed big advertisers like Google and Facebook.
4. Your employer (in India and many other countries)
Now, we definitely don't suggest you watch naughty things at work. I mean, however, this does not change the fact that in some countries companies have an uncomfortable amount of rights to spy on their workers. Naturally, employers do not want their clients to do any illegal work.
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