Privacy is a precious commodity online these days. If you’ve ever looked at a product on Amazon, only to find to advertss for it popping up wherever you go afterwards on the web, then you’ll know that your activity is being watched and tracked.
If you purchased your iPhone within the past few years, it's likely to be unlocked, and free to use with any SIM. If your iPhone is older than that, it might be locked to a particular network/provider. But that doesn't mean you're stuck with that provider forever.
Panda Free Antivirus is one of the simplest antivirus utilities there is. In terms of malware protection, all you get is basic file scanning, a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer, and a USB “vaccination” tool to protect your flash drives against infection.
Norton Antivirus maker Symantec’s virtual private network service is sold as a means of ensuring that your traffic isn’t snooped on when you go online via poorly secured public Wi-Fi networks, hence the WiFi Privacy moniker. However, its features are the same as any other VPN service, with endpoints in 29 countries.
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