Yes, I've learned a lot reading the forum.
I want to give an example that happened an hour ago. Someone looking for information on a topic where my little blog is very popular. This reader arrive with a reference that I have it blocked, is one of those add-on that stick in your toolbar.
The user attempted several times but was blocked, then went to Bing and get to the page that wanted to read. A single page that he wanted to read, read and left.
But if I let in this add-on, then send requests without the user of the machine authorized it, or collect information to send it where it should not send it.
I have been able to identify something like this, with this antivirus Trend. Two people, two different machines do request every 11 minutes one, and the other every 21 minutes. The request is for a RSS I eliminated from last year.
Thankfully, this problem is nearly eliminated.
Right here in the forum, I caught something on the subject of the anti-virus collecting information without user authorization.
For some reason I am bound to repair computers, many times I've heard complaints from users that do not let them see a web page, and I'm not talking about mine small Blog.
In the past I've mentioned this, the Internet increasingly is adjusting to our real life.
Although we are neighbors, we just say good morning or good evening.