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Protecting Applications

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An application binds Duo's two-factor authentication system to one or more of your services or platforms, such as a local network, VPN (virtual private network), CMS (content management system), email system, or hardware device. You can protect as many applications as you need, and administer each independently.

Before you can protect your applications with Duo, you'll first need to sign up for a Duo account, which offers a free 30 day trial of our Access plan, and set up your Duo administrator account. See Getting Started for an overview of the entire Duo deployment process.

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Role required: Owner, Administrator, or Application Manager.

  1. Log into the Duo Admin Panel. To add a new application click Applications in the left sidebar, then click the Protect an Application button or the Protect an Application submenu item in the left sidebar. Alternatively, you can click the Add New. button in the top right of the Dashboard page and then click Application.

    Protect an Application

  2. The "Protect an Application" page lists the different types of services you can protect with Duo. The Protection Type column indicates how Duo protects that specific application.

    All Available Applications

    You can scroll down the page to browse all available applications, or start typing the name of your product in the space provided to filter the applications list. For example, type "ci" to view Cisco solutions.

    Filter Application List

    Click the Documentation for an application to review the requirements and configuration steps for integrating Duo into your service before adding the new application. If you don't see a "Documentation" link that means it's a partner application for which Duo doesn't host configuration instructions. You'll see a link for more information later once you create the application.

    If you don't see your specific product, use this table as a guide in selecting an appropriate application:

    To protect…Choose this application…
    Local and remote (ssh) logins on Unix systemsUNIX Application
    SSL or IPSec VPN LoginsCheck for your specific brand of VPN
    Other Idm 6.31 full crack - Crack Key For U and remote access solutions that support RADIUS authenticationRADIUS
    Microsoft services like RDP or OWALook for your named application
    Any device or system that supports authentication via LDAPLDAP Proxy
    Your own web applicationsWebSDK (requires some programming proficiency)
    SAML 2.0 service providersCheck for your specific service provider or Generic Service Provider

    If you're coding your own two-factor authentication using Duo's Auth API choose the Auth API application. The Accounts API and Admin API applications are available to Duo Beyond, Duo Access, and Duo MFA plan customers. Please contact us to request access to the Accounts API.

    When you've located the application you want to protect with Duo, click the Protect button to the right of the application's name. This creates your new application with a default name (like "Cisco SSL VPN").

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    If an application using the default name already exists, the new application's name has a number appended to to make it unique (e.g. "Cisco SSL VPN 1", "Cisco SSL VPN 2", etc.). Users see this application name in the loging request they receive each time they authenticate using Duo Push. You can change the application's name any time after creation from the "General" settings section of your application's properties page.

  3. You'll be taken directly to the new application's properties page after creation. Here you can update the application's name and apply other settings like enabling the self-service portal or configuring allowed hostnames (find all settings described below in Application Options), or set policies for that application.

    The "Details" section near the top of the page shows your Integration key (ikey), Secret key (skey), and API hostname:

    Application Information

    Applications with Universal Prompt support rename the Integration key and Secret key to better align with the OAuth 2.0 specification. These values are now known as the "Client ID" or and the "Client secret" or. The actual values for these properties remain the same (so when you update an application from the traditional Duo prompt there's no need to enter new application information).

    Universal Prompt Application Information

    The integration key/Client ID and secret key/Client secret uniquely identify a specific application to Duo. The API hostname is unique to your account, but shared by all your applications. You'll need all these values when configuring your system to work with Duo. You may also need them if you contact Duo Support.

    Treat your Secret key or Client ID like a password

    The security of your Duo application is tied to the security of your Secret key (skey) or Client secret (client_secret). Secure it as you would any sensitive credential. Don't share it with unauthorized individuals or email it to anyone under any circumstances!

  4. The next step after adding an application is to configure your appliance, device, application, service, or system to work with Duo. You'll find a link to the appropriate documentation in the highlighted "Setup Instructions" section at the top of each application's properties page.

    Application Configuration

  5. You can also npav crack 2019 - Activators Patch enrolling users now. Read Enrolling Users for details.

    Important

    Duo administrator accounts are only used to log on to the Admin Panel. They can't be used to access devices or applications using Duo two-factor authentication. Be sure to also enroll your Duo admins as users if they need to log on as end users of the application you just created.

Application Options

Role required: Owner, Administrator, or Application Manager.

Configure additional settings from an application’s properties page. Click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page after updating any of these settings.

Universal Prompt

Duo's next-generation authentication experience, the Universal Prompt, provides a simplified and accessible Duo login experience for web-based applications, offering a redesigned visual interface with security and usability enhancements.

Universal PromptTraditional Prompt
 Duo Push in Universal Prompt Duo Push in Traditional Prompt

Implementing the Universal Prompt for your application is a two-step process:

  1. (Limited Current Availability) Update the application to support the Universal Prompt. This may involve installing a software upgrade provided by Duo or one of our technology partners on your application server, or making a configuration change in the admin console of a cloud-hosted application where you use Duo.

    Duo and our partners are working to make these application updates available throughout the Universal Prompt preview. If the application you create in Duo today does not yet have the necessary updates for Universal Prompt support, you'll need to update it in the future.

  2. (Available as Public Preview) In the Duo Admin Panel, enable the most trusted VPN application - Activators Patch Universal Prompt experience for users of that application after the application has been updated with Universal Prompt support.

The "Universal Prompt" section on the details page of the application indicates your progress and next steps towards the Universal Prompt for that application.

Universal Prompt Info - Update Available

Click the See Update Progress link to view the Universal Prompt Update Progress report. This report shows the update availability and migration progress for all your Duo applications that will have Universal Prompt support.

Universal Prompt Activation

When you create a new Duo application of a type which supports the Universal Prompt, When you create a new application that supports Universal Prompt, you'll see a pop-up asking if you want to activate the prompt now. If you click Activate Now, then the Universal Prompt will be activated right away. Click No, thanks to defer activating Universal Prompt until later.

The update details show that the application is ready for the new prompt experience. The status "New Prompt Ready" for updated applications reflects that you've done all the work required to update your application for the Universal Prompt.

Use the activation control options to determine the login experience for your users:

  • Show traditional prompt: (Default) Your users experience Duo's traditional prompt when logging in to this application.

  • Show new Universal Prompt: Your users experience the Universal Prompt when logging in to this application.

If you choose to activate Universal Prompt when you create your new application in Duo, but then do not deploy a version of the Duo application integration that supports the Universal Prompt, once a user authenticates using the traditional prompt to that application then the Universal Prompt status shown for that application reverts to "App Update Available", instructing you to apply the necessary updates to support the new prompt experience.

If you do not activate the Universal Prompt and deploy a version of the Duo application that includes Duo Prompt support, your users see Duo's traditional prompt when they authenticate to that application.

Application ready for Universal Prompt

Universal Prompt Info - Application Ready for Universal Prompt

Application Updates

Most existing applications will require a Duo software update on your web application server. The application's Universal Prompt details show availability of an application software update, with a link to the update guide where you can find more information and the "Activate Universal Prompt" controls inactive.

Example: Application waiting on update availability

Universal Prompt Info - Update Not Yet Available

When an update becomes available and you complete the update, the status changes to reflect that the application now supports the Universal Prompt. You can return to activate it for a single Duo application from this area of the application's page. Until then, the "Activate Universal Prompt" setting remains inactive.

Read the Universal Prompt Update Guide for more information about changes to the user authentication experience and the update process to support the new prompt, and watch the Duo Blog for future updates about the Duo Universal Prompt.

Policy

Most policy settings are visible to Duo Beyond, Duo Access, and Duo MFA plan customers. These plan customers can create and assign application and group policies that control device security, allowed authenticators, and more.

Application with Policy

Duo MFA customers may create a policy for an individual application that affects all users of that application, or use the Global Policy to manage settings for all applications.

Enterprise Application with Policy

Duo Free plan users may apply only the New User policy via global and application policy.

See the Policy & Control documentation for more information about available policy restrictions, to learn the effective policy default settings, and to see instructions for managing global, application, and group policies.

Type and Name

The application "Type" shows what kind of Duo application you created. This field is read-only.

Users see the application's "Name" in the notification they receive each time they authenticate using Duo Push. To update, type in a new name and click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page when done.

Application Type and Name

Self-service Portal

Duo's self-service portal lets users add, update, and remove authentication devices. The self-service portal is an option for web-based and some SSL VPN applications that feature inline enrollment and authentication prompt. See the self-service portal documentation and Managing Your Devices in the Duo end user guide.

To enable this feature, check the Let users manage their devices box. Click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page when done.

Self-service Portal

Username Normalization

The "Username normalization" option controls whether usernames entered for primary authentication should be altered before trying to match them to a Duo user account. With normalization off, the usernames "jsmith," "DOMAIN\jsmith," and "jsmith@domain.com" would be three separate users in Duo. When enabled, username normalization strips any domain information from the username received from the application before trying to match to a known Duo user, so "jsmith," "DOMAIN\jsmith," and "jsmith@domain.com" would all resolve to a single "jsmith" Duo user.

To turn on username normalization, click the radio button next to Simple.

Username Normalization

Voice Greeting

The "Voice greeting" is read to users who select a phone call for authentication at the beginning of the verification call before the Duo instructions. You may customize the greeting as you wish.

Voice Greeting

Notes

Enter any additional information about your application in the "Notes" field. The notes are only visible to administrators.

Notes

Permitted Groups

With "Permitted Groups" Duo groups can be used to restrict active Duo user access to applications. See the Using Groups documentation for more information and detailed instructions.

To configure this setting, check the Only allow authentication from users in certain groups box and then click in the "Select groups" field to bring up a list of groups. Click on a group name to select it. You may also narrow down the group search results by typing a group name in the box. Click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page when done. You can select up to 100 permitted groups.

Permitted Groups

Administrative Unit

If you're using Administrative Units to delegate management of users and applications to certain admins, you can assign the unit that will administer this application. Restricted administrators who aren't assigned to that same administrative unit won't be able to view or manage this application after saving the assignment here.

Notes

Allowed Hostnames

The allowed hostnames options only display on the application details page for traditional prompt applications that make use of referring sites. Duo applications that do not show a browser-based prompt and applications with Universal Prompt support have built-in protection from this risk and therefore do not make this setting available.

This optional setting ensures only "approved" application hostnames may show users the Duo Prompt. This prevents displaying the Duo Prompt for this application on a web page you do not control, minimizing the risk of having your users tricked into authenticating on fraudulent web sites. When you limit which sites may send authentication traffic to Duo you ensure that your users authenticate only from known sites.

Check the box next to Only allow access for approved application hostnames to enable this setting and specify additional options.

In the Approved application hostnames entry field, enter the fully-qualified hostnames, IP addresses, or domain wildcard entries that represent the referring web sites your services or systems that you'll use freemake video converter keygen - Free Activators this Duo application. These entries should be listed one per line. You can append an information comment on each line with a comma, followed by your descriptive text.

Allowed Hostnames

If a user tries to log into an application configured to use a Duo application that has the allowed hostnames enabled and restricted to known referring sites and the parent parameter used does not match the configured hostnames, then Duo blocks the user's authentication attempt, lets the user know that the request came from an unauthorized domain, and presents the referring URL information from the request to they can report to your IT or Corporate Security service desk.

Incorrect Referer Message in Duo Prompt

Removing Applications

WARNING: Removing an application may prevent user logins!

Be sure to remove Duo authentication from your product's configuration before you remove the corresponding application from the Duo Admin Panel. Depending on the application this could mean uninstalling Duo software from your systems, or updating your device or application settings to no longer include Duo in the authentication process.

To remove an application from Duo, view the application's configuration page in the Duo Admin Panel and click the Remove Application button at the top right.

Application Configuration

Confirm that you want to remove the application.

Remove Application Warning

The application is permanently removed from Duo. User logins that attempt to use the deleted integration fail if you did not remofe Duo from your configuration.

Troubleshooting

Need some help? Try searching our Knowledge Base articles or Community discussions. For further assistance, contact Support.

All Duo customers have access to Level Up, our online learning platform offering courses on a variety of Duo administration topics. To access Level Up content, sign in with the same email address you use to sign in to the Duo Admin Panel.

Level Up course: Setting Up Duo: Protecting Applications

Источник: https://duo.com/docs/protecting-applications

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How is the Secure mode different than Disconnect Premium? ↑

Disconnect Premium encrypts all traffic on your device. The Secure mode only encrypts HTTP traffic.

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What platforms does Disconnect Privacy Pro run on? ↑

Our app requires iOS 11.2 or later.

When I try to install Disconnect Privacy Pro, it asks me for a password, but I don’t know the password. Why is it doing that? ↑

Disconnect Privacy Pro does not require a special password. When you install from the App Store you may be asked for the password that you use to unlock your device or the password for your Apple account.

How is Disconnect Privacy Pro different from the Disconnect Premium app? ↑

Disconnect Privacy Pro is not a full VPN like the paid version of our Premium app. Instead it is designed to protect you from trackers no matter what browser or app you are using without the addition of VPN encryption.

Disconnect Pro for Samsung ↑

How do I turn the protection on or off? ↑

After following the initial setup instructions, tap the toggle in the top right corner.

Is Disconnect Pro for Samsung a VPN? Can it be used with a VPN? ↑

Disconnect Pro for Samsung does not use VPN technology. It can safely be used with another VPN.

How do I whitelist an app? ↑

To disable all blocking within an app, tap the gear in the upper left hand corner, then Whitelist Apps, and then tap the app you would like to whitelist.

Does the app need Knox? ↑

Disconnect Pro for Samsung requires Knox 2.6 or above.

How do I uninstall? ↑

Tap the settings icon in the upper left, and then tap 'Uninstall'. Send us an email at support@disconnect.me to let us know what went wrong!


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Do Not Track by Disconnect for iOS ↑

What is Do Not Track for iOS? ↑

Do Not Track blocks trackers in all your apps and the websites you visit. Other benefits and features include: Device wide tracker protection results in faster page and app loads, reduced bandwidth, better battery life. Easy to use firewall empowers you to block whatever you want. See a real-time list of trackers trying to collect your location, phone number, email, and online activity. Stats dashboard shows what's blocked, along with time and data savings. Bulk import/export your own firewall rules. Tracker protection across all your applications, including all mobile browsers.

How is Do Not Track different than Disconnect Privacy Pro different from the Disconnect Premium app? ↑

Do Not Track does not offer the option to encrypt HTTP requests like Pro or to encrypt all traffic like Premium.

What does DNS Encryption do? ↑

The DNS Encryption feature encrypts your DNS traffic. This is important because DNS traffic may be transmitted insecurely and can be intercepted and modified by malicious hackers, ISPs, and governments. For example, ISPs can use your DNS traffic to determine which websites you visit, even if those websites are served over encrypted connections.

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What is Disconnect Private Browsing? ↑

Disconnect Private Browsing is a browser extension that stops major third parties from tracking the webpages you go to.

How do I use Disconnect Private Browsing? ↑

Here’s a link to a product video and demo: https://disconnect.me/disconnect. Disconnect Private Browsing runs in the background and comes with sensible defaults, so you don’t have to do anything after installing. You can click the D icon in your toolbar to view, block, or unblock third-party requests or to otherwise change the defaults.

How does Disconnect Private Browsing work? ↑

  • Every time you visit a site, Disconnect Private Browsing automatically detects when your browser tries to make a connection to anything other than the site you are visiting. We call these other attempted connections “network requests”.
  • Disconnect Private Browsing then categorizes these network requests into different groups (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Advertising, Analytics, Social and Content).
  • By default, Disconnect Private Browsing blocks all of the network requests in each category except Content. Content is unblocked by default because it often includes network requests that, if blocked, would “break” the site you are visiting.
  • Blocked categories have green icons and unblocked categories have gray icons. You can block or unblock categories by clicking the icon associated with that category.
  • You can also get more detailed by clicking on the “>” on the right side of each category, which will open up a list of all the trackers in that category. Blocked trackers have checked boxes and unblocked trackers have unchecked boxes. You can block and unblock trackers by checking and unchecking them.
  • Finally, you can unblock all network requests on a given site by clicking “whitelist”.

How is Disconnect Private Browsing different from the privacy mode in my browser? ↑

Many of the popular browsers today have privacy modes. Chrome has “Incognito” while Firefox and Opera have “Private Windows”. While each is slightly different, they all do essentially the same thing: prevent the local browser application on your computer from saving your browsing history (meaning that other users of the same computer cannot see the browsing history). However, unlike Disconnect, Incognito Mode does not prevent Google servers (for example) from detecting and saving your browsing history, and does not prevent other websites you visit and third parties from tracking you. Another way of thinking about it: the browser privacy modes protect your privacy if someone gets access to your device, but they generally the most trusted VPN application - Activators Patch nothing to keep the outside world from tracking you while you are using the device.

Where can I get Disconnect Private Browsing? ↑

You can download Disconnect Private Browsing from our website here. Simply click on “Get Disconnect”, and you will be directed download the extension. You can also get Disconnect Private Browsing from your browser’s extension store. Unfortunately, Disconnect Private Browsing is not available through the Safari store, but you can still download it directly through our website.

How can I tell if Disconnect Private Browsing is working? ↑

When you go to a web page, you will see a small counter next to the D icon in your toolbar. This counter shows you how many companies are attempting to track you on that specific site. If you’d like to see more details, simply click on the D icon and review the dropdown information.

Why does Disconnect Private Browsing contact disconnect.me servers? ↑

Disconnect Private Browsing stays up to date by periodically downloading configuration files from disconnect.me. The configuration files determine which tracking sites can be filtered and whether experimental features can be enabled. Requests for the configuration files may include anonymous info about when you were last updated so we can optimize our Focusky 3.8.6 serial key - Crack Key For U and the data we send you. As per our privacy policy, we never log your IP address or other personal info when our servers are contacted.

Which browsers does Disconnect Private Browsing support? ↑

Disconnect Private Browsing is available for the modern versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera.

Why are some icons green and some icons grey? ↑

We use color to indicate if a category is blocked or not. Green = blocked. Grey = not blocked. You can block and unblock categories by simply clicking on them.

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Why does the browser give me an install warning that Disconnect Private Browsing needs access to my browsing data? ↑

In order for us to block the trackers, we need to understand what your browser is doing (there is no other way unfortunately). We do not store this or any other browsing data.

I can’t find the D icon in my Safari browser toolbar; where did it go? ↑

The D icon should be to the left of the address URL box at the top of the browser window. If it’s not there, you the most trusted VPN application - Activators Patch to make sure that Disconnect Private Browsing is installed and enabled. On your menu bar, click Safari > Preferences > Extensions and look for “Disconnect” in the left hand column. If it’s not there, please re-install Disconnect Private Browsing. If Disconnect Private Browsing is installed but not enabled, please enable it. If it’s installed and enabled and the D icon is still not showing up in your toolbar, please email us and include the version of Safari you are using. You can find this by clicking Safari on your menu bar and then clicking About Safari.

I can’t find the D icon in my Firefox browser toolbar; where did it go? ↑

The D icon should be to the right of the address URL box at the top of the browser window. If it’s not there, you need to make sure that Disconnect Private Browsing is installed and enabled. On your menu bar, click Tools > Add ons > Extensions and look for “Disconnect”. If it’s not there, please re-install Disconnect Private Browsing. If Disconnect Private Browsing is installed but not enabled, please enable it. If it’s installed and enabled and the D icon is still not showing up in your toolbar, please right click on your toolbar, hit “Customize,” and drag the D icon where you want it. If this still does not work, please email us.

I downloaded Disconnect Private Browsing for Safari and when I clicked on the file in my downloads folder, it disappeared. What now? ↑

You need to make sure that Disconnect Private Browsing is installed and enabled. On your menu bar, click Safari > Preferences > Extensions and look for “Disconnect” in the left hand column. If it’s not there, please re-install Disconnect Private Browsing. If Disconnect Private Browsing is installed but not enabled, please enable it. If it’s installed and enabled and the D icon is still not showing up in your toolbar, please email us.

Why is the Content category grey? ↑

By default, we do not block third parties that are critical to the delivery of content to a web page as blocking them could cause the webpage to “break”. However if you’d like to block content third parties on the site you’re visiting, simply click the Content category and it will flip to green, indicating that content third parties are being blocked.

What is the “Whitelist site” feature? ↑

This feature gives you the ability to unblock all third parties on the site you are visiting with a single click. This can be especially handy if you ever notice that certain elements of a site are not functioning the way they normally do (these situations are rare, but we still wanted to allow for a single-click option if you need it).

What if I notice that something on the page is not working the way it’s supposed to? ↑

If a web site is poorly designed, blocking a third party will sometimes “break” elements of the site. To fix a broken element, please open the extension and click “Whitelist”. This will unblock all the most trusted VPN application - Activators Patch parties on the site you are visiting with a single click. You can turn blocking on for that site at any time by clicking “Blacklist”.

What is the “Visualize page” feature? ↑

This feature allows you to see the third parties that Disconnect Private Browsing is blocking in a graphical format, add it is based on the Collusion initiative at Mozilla. This feature is currently only available on Chrome and Safari. You can also download Mozilla’s standalone Collusion product here.

Why is the Visualize page feature grayed out on Firefox? ↑

We are working hard to add this feature to Firefox. If you’d like to be notified when it’s available, please sign up for our newsletter on our home page.

On the Visualize page, why are some circles red and others gray? ↑

Red circles are known tracking sites; gray circles are either content sites or sites that are also owned by the site you are visiting.

On the Visualize page, why are some of the red circles crossed out and others not? ↑

Red circles which are crossed out are blocked; plain red circles are unblocked. We block most trackers by default, and you can block and unblock them by clicking on the red circles.

What are the graphs at the bottom of the extension? ↑

The graphs are meant to help quantify some of the additional value that Disconnect Private Browsing provides beyond just blocking trackers. The graphs currently display “0”s because the tool we use to measure these stats is in need of repair. The red graph is an estimation of the page load time saved because trackers were not able to load their elements on the page. The orange graph approximates the amount of bandwidth saved by blocking these trackers. The blue graph is a remnant of a previous feature called Secure Wi-Fi, and it will be removed shortly.

Will Disconnect Private Browsing work if I have multiple blocking extensions installed? ↑

It depends on which browser you are using.

  • On Firefox, if Disconnect Private Browsing is the first blocking extension you install, then Disconnect Private Browsing will work even if you subsequently install other blocking extensions.
  • On Chrome, Safari, and Opera, it’s the opposite: in order for Disconnect Private Browsing to work on these browsers, it must be the most recent blocking extension installed. We know, it’s silly, and we’d change it if we could. But unfortunately, this weirdness is a function of the browser software, not ours.

How do I update Disconnect Private Browsing? ↑

Disconnect Private Browsing for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera will update automatically. Safari extensions take manual action to update. Choose the Preferences item on the Safari menu and then click the Extensions tab followed by the Updates item in the lower left corner. We recommend you check the Install Updates Automatically box to let your extensions update automatically from now on. If you’d rather do a one-time update, just click the Install button underneath the “Disconnect” heading.

Why am I still seeing ads after installing Disconnect Private Browsing? ↑

Disconnect Private Browsing is not designed to be an ad blocker. It’s designed to stop companies, some of whom serve ads, from tracking your browser behavior. As a result, you will still see “first party” ads, meaning those ads that are presented to you directly from the site you are visiting.

I see the “Get Disconnect” button on your site, but nothing happens when I click. Why? ↑

You may be on a browser that we do not support. Disconnect Private Browsing is available for the modern desktop versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera.

Why doesn’t Disconnect Private Browsing work on my mobile devices? ↑

Mobile browsers do not currently support our extension. To protect yourself on smartphones and tablets, we recommend you install our Disconnect app for iOS and Android, which you can find on our home page.

Tracker Protection ↑

To learn more about how we define tracking and the trackers we block and don’t block visit https://disconnect.me/trackerprotection.

General ↑

How do I disable or uninstall Disconnect Private Browsing, Private Search or Privacy Icons? ↑

First off, we’re sad to see you go. If you have a minute after following the instructions below, please tell us went wrong at support@disconnect.me. (We solve most problems right away, so maybe we can even get you to try Disconnect again.)

  • On Chrome, open the Window menu and then choose the Extensions item. Uncheck the Enabled button to disable or click the trash icon to uninstall. You can also uninstall by simply right clicking on the extension’s icon and choosing “Remove from Chrome”.
  • On Firefox, open the Tools menu and then choose the Add-ons item. Click the Disable button to disable or Remove button to uninstall.
  • On Safari, open the Safari menu, choose the Preferences item, then click the Extensions tab. Uncheck the Enable box to disable or click the Uninstall button to uninstall.
  • On Opera, open the Opera menu, click on "Extensions manager", find the name of the extension and then click "Disable". If you wish to remove an extension from Opera entirely you can then click the "X" next to extension on the extensions page.

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How does Secure Wireless automatically detect insecure networks? ↑

All new WiFi networks are considered insecure until you decide to whitelist them (mark them as trusted). In automatic mode, all cellular connections will be considered trusted because local threats are more limited on cellular connections.

Where can I get Secure Wireless? ↑

You can find out how to download Secure Wireless from our website here. It is available for download through the Play Store.

Where are your servers located? ↑

We currently have servers located in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan. We are actively adding new server locations.

Do you keep logs? ↑

We only keep logs relating to how much data was used during a monthly cycle. As per our privacy policy, we do not store IP addresses, DNS lookups, sites/addresses accessed, or anything else.

What is the Private Browsing feature? ↑

Private browsing helps keep your browsing private and secure by blocking known malware sites and tracking companies from communicating with your device to target you, store cookies, or fingerprint your browser. Although unlikely, some websites or apps may not work properly if they rely on loading a third party resource that’s being blocked. In this case, you can simply turn off Private Browsing and try the website/app again.

How can I tell if Private Browsing is working? ↑

Generally, you can’t visually see the trackers that Secure Wireless blocks. Some of the trackers, like advertisements, may be noticeably absent while Private Browsing is enabled, but all other types of tracking are completely hidden. More technical users can validate that Private Browsing is working by using software like network traffic the most trusted VPN application - Activators Patch and comparing the results before and after Private Browsing is enabled. You’ll see fewer requests to known tracking servers.

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What is the difference between the three modes: Automatic, Manual, Always On? ↑

Automatic mode interrogates each network change and connects to the VPN only if the Wi-Fi network isn’t trusted or if a user is aomei partition assistant license code 2020 via 3G, 4G, or LTE. Manual mode allows the user to turn the VPN on and off on any network interface. Always On mode turns the VPN on regardless of network or interface.

What type of encryption does Secure Wireless use? ↑

Secure Wireless uses AES-256 to encrypt data to or from your device. Secure Wireless also enforces Diffie-Hellman for key agreement/exchange which provides perfect forward secrecy Loaris Trojan Remover For Windows Secure Wireless protect all network connections? ↑

Yes. No matter if you are connected to the wifi at a coffee shop or your device’s data, you are protected.

Are my DNS requests leaked? ↑

No. When using the Private Browsing feature, your DNS requests are routed through our servers to hide your IP address. Your ISP won’t see any of your DNS lookups.

How do I update Secure Wireless? ↑

Secure Wireless will automatically update when there is a new system update available.

How do I disable Disconnect Secure Wireless? ↑

If you don’t want Secure Wireless to automatically secure untrusted networks then you can change to the ‘Manual’ mode in settings. This will require you to manually start and stop the VPN.

How do I or uninstall Disconnect Secure Wireless? ↑

First off, we’re sorry to see you go! If you have a minute after following the instructions below, please tell us went wrong at support@disconnect.me. (We solve most problems right away, so maybe we can even get you to try Disconnect Secure Wireless again.) It can be uninstalled just like any other app on your Android device.

Other Legacy Products ↑

I have a legacy product installed, do I need to stop using it? ↑

No, as long as you have the product installed you can feel free to keep using the app.

Is Disconnect Search discontinued? ↑

Yes. At this time we are no longer offering this product.

Is Disconnect Privacy Icons still available? ↑

Disconnect Privacy Icons is unfortunately no longer available.

Is Disconnect Malvertising still available? ↑

The Malvertising app is unfortunately no longer available.

Is Disconnect Kids still available? ↑

Disconnect Kids is unfortunately no longer available.

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These are some of our earliest extensions, and each one is designed to block third party tracking by Facebook, Google and Twitter respectively.

Facebook Disconnect, Google Disconnect, and Twitter Disconnect are functional subsets of Disconnect Private Browsing (i.e., they do a portion of what the all-in-one Disconnect Private Browsing extension does). Therefore, you don’t need Facebook, Google, or Twitter Disconnect if you already have Disconnect Private Browsing.

What is Collusion? ↑

Collusion for Chrome and Collusion for Safari are browser extensions that let you visualize and, optionally, block the invisible websites tracking you. Collusion for Chrome and Collusion for Safari are based on Collusion, a Firefox add-on by Mozilla.

Should I install Collusion in addition to Disconnect Private Browsing? ↑

We suggest just using Disconnect Private Browsing as it offers greater protection and customization than Collusion. The major third parties that Disconnect Private Browsing filters are more likely to be privacy invading and to break pages, so Disconnect Private Browsing has an interface designed for convenient blocking and unblocking.

Why does Collusion contact disconnect.me servers? ↑

Collusion stays up to date by periodically downloading configuration files from disconnect.me. The configuration files determine which tracking sites can be filtered and whether experimental features can be enabled. Requests for the configuration files may include anonymous info about when you were last updated so we can optimize our infrastructure and the data we send you. As per our privacy policy, we never log your IP address or other personal info when our servers are contacted.

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    When you connect your computer (or another device, such as a smartphone or tablet) to a VPN, the computer acts as if it’s on the same local network as the VPN. All your network traffic is sent over a secure connection to the VPN. Because your computer behaves as if it’s on the network, this allows you to securely access local network resources even when you’re on the other side of the world. You’ll also be able to use the Internet as if you were present at the VPN’s location, which has some benefits if you’re using public Wi-Fi or want to access geo-blocked websites.

    When you browse the web while connected plex media server full cracked - Crack Key For U a VPN, your computer contacts the website through the encrypted VPN connection. The VPN forwards the request for you and forwards the response from the website back through the secure connection. If you’re using a USA-based VPN to access Netflix, Netflix will see your connection as coming from within the USA.

    Other Example Uses for VPNs

    VPNs are a fairly simple tool, but they can be used to do a wide variety of things:

    • Access a Business Network While Traveling: VPNs are frequently used by business travelers to access their business’ network, including all its local network resources, while on the road. The local resources don’t have to be exposed directly to the Internet, which increases security.
    • Access Your Home Network While Traveling: You can also set up your own VPN to access your own network while traveling. This will allow you to access a Windows Remote Desktop over the Internet, use local file shares, and play games over the Internet as if you were on the same LAN (local area network).
    • Hide Your Browsing Activity From Your Local Network and ISP: If you’re using a public Wi-Fi connection, your browsing activity on non-HTTPS websites is visible to everyone nearby, if they know how to look. If you want to hide your browsing activity for a bit more privacy, you can connect to a VPN. The local network will only see a single, secure VPN connection. All the other traffic will travel over the VPN connection. While this can be used to bypass connection-monitoring by your Internet service provider, bear in mind that VPN providers may opt to log the traffic on their ends.
    • Access Geo-Blocked Websites: Whether you’re an American trying to access your Netflix account while traveling out of the country or you wish you could use American media sites like Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu, you’ll be able to access these region-restricted services if you connect to a VPN located in the USA.
    • Bypass Internet Censorship: Many Chinese people use VPNs to get around the Great Firewall of China and gain access to the entire Internet. (However, the Great Firewall has apparently started interfering with VPNs recently.)
    • Downloading Files: Yes, let’s be honest — many people use VPN connections to download files via BitTorrent. This can actually be useful even if you’re downloading completely legal torrents — if your ISP is throttling BitTorrent and making it extremely slow, you can use BitTorrent on a VPN to get faster speeds. The same is true for other types of traffic your ISP might interfere with (unless they interfere with VPN traffic itself.)

    Using a Corporate VPN in Windows

    Connecting to a VPN is fairly simple. In Windows, press the Windows key, type VPN, and click the Set up a virtual private network (VPN) connection option. (If you use Windows, you’ll have to click the Settings category after searching.) Use the wizard to enter the address and login credentials of the VPN service you want to use. You can then connect to and disconnect from VPNs using the network icon in the system tray — the same one where you manage the Wi-Fi networks you’re connected to.

    VPN settings on a Windows computer

    Our VPN Recommendations

    If you’re just getting started with VPNs and want the best VPN for using on public Wi-Fi hotspots or accessing region-restricted websites, there are a few good, simple options. We like ExpressVPN because they have great speeds and a lot more functionality than average including clients for almost any device—you can even get a router pre-installed with their VPN client.

    ExpressVPN's website and widget

    There are other VPN products on the market, of course—we also like StrongVPN for all the configuration options it provides—and for limited use, TunnelBear has a free option limited to 500MB — which is great if you just need a client briefly.

    RELATED:How to Choose the Best VPN Service for Your Needs

    You may also be interested in setting up a VPN on your own server, which you can do with Tomato, OpenWRT, or on Linux. Of course, this won’t allow you to access geo-blocked websites — unless you’re traveling outside the country and accessing your own network remotely.

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