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The More You Know

The importance of being vigilant: one more story about how AdGuard helped protect user’s privacy

When we claim that AdGuard protects your privacy, we mean it. And here is a story proving it.

In-Depth Features Review: AdGuard for Android

November 2018 update: another, updated version of AdGuard for Android features review has been published in our Blog, we recommend checking it out!

How to set up your own proxy and use it with AdGuard
In our day and age, it is becoming increasingly important to have access to any online resources that you need, at any time. What will help you be 100% sure you can access any website is setting up your own proxy.
March digest: Facebook outrage, stolen passwords, and future cars

An important note. Our monthly digests don’t just observe posts from our blog. They also contain noteworthy industry highlights that have not been covered by the blog.

Facebook is generally one of the main stars of nowadays’ data drama. Its activities consistently raise questions about privacy, ad targeting, tracking, and blocking. But this March it has surpassed itself, losing billions of market value after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Trying hard not to steal your password, they still steal

The analytic software is a greedy monster that devours all the data it can get, no matter how sensitive and private. And no matter if the company owning the software even has a clear plan of making money out of these data. Sometimes they just get trouble instead of profits.

For example, this February, mobile web analytics provider Mixpanel caught itself (and it’s SDK users) collecting user passwords that people typed into forms on sites. Mixpanel soon announced the bug fixed. But, as researchers say, it keeps saving passwords from input fields on some sites even after the patch was released.