Editors' reviewIf you need to cover your virtual tracks by purging unwanted information from your PC, this program does a terrific job. After a speedy installation, Anti Tracks launches automatically to reveal an exceptionally organized interface. You select which files you want to delete from several sections, including ones for Web browsers (IE, Mozilla, Opera), Windows, e-mail, and various applications (such as ICQ or Kazaa). It's also possible to purge any folders of your choice. Paranoiacs will appreciate secure deletions by means of such algorithms as DoD 5220.22-M and Gutmann. What's more, you can design plug-ins for erasing traces left by any application. Besides the program's privacy tools, we were impressed with the features that let you save and launch scheduled tasks over and over again. By all means, Anti Tracks is one of the current best bets for anyone who needs a capable way to protect a PC's privacy.
Anti Tracks securely erases your Internet tracks, computer activities, and history stored in hidden files on your computer. It supports Internet Explorer, AOL, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera and Netscape browsers. It also includes more than 115 free plug-ins that extend erasing features to support popular programs, such as Acrobat Reader, Kazaa, PowerDVD, and iMesh. You can schedule tasks at specific intervals or at Windows start-up or shutdown. Also Anti Tracks can protect users' important files and folders in two secure ways: either by locking them with the help of reliable encryption algorithms or hiding them steganographically--inside images and audio files. Both features can be easily accessed through Anti Tracks GUI or Windows Explorer right-click menu! In addition to this, Anti Tracks protects users' online identity through IP Hider feature, which disguises the real IP address, thus providing anonymity.
What's new in this version:
Version 126.96.36.199 introduce new spam eliminator, space analyzer, empty folders cleaner, duplicate files, 35 new plugins, support for French, Spanish and Turkish language, and new GUI.