I run incognito on occasion, but as a rule i'm on Firefox+NoScript+ABP and not actually in 'Private' browsing mode.
I suspect this leaves me much more trackable, but if i am browsing untrusted sites (read:ANY sites), i am way more worried about remote 0day compromise of the week than i am tracking.
Still, if i could auto-incognito and whitelist from that mode or cognito-reload at will (without enabling anything else) I would likely add that to my mix. But again, i run scripts disabled all the time so i'm willing to be a bit more involved in my browsing than most.
Something about calling it random doesn't seem to fit...
I had a child with a corn allergy (thank God she grew out of it...) I get the pain of avoiding corn in the modern diet.
The right answer, however, is proper labeling of CORN as it is a common allergen, though not typically causing as violent a reaction as say, peanuts.
As it stands those with this particular allergy are subject to a brutal game of epi-roulette identifying foods with corn in them.
Can we exclude those?
Change that to TRANSIT buses and soccer moms and i'm with you in Atlanta.
OTOH the school buses in my burb are actually pretty considerate.
"The only advantage Firefox gives is that one can run NoScript to block all scripting completely."
However, that's a pretty significant advantage.
I would love to see how firefox compares with that one addon in place since that's how I run.
Possibly a 'hardened browsers' version of the competition?
I recall hearing they also do it to avoid people getting cheap slow *sd cards and complaining about the speed...
That's typically the case.
i suppose you could rely on local AV and Outlook's built in filtering for smaller installations. But there are a lot of things you can do on small installations that don't scale to enterprises.
MultipleAV engines and more comprehensive spam and malicious email filtering in line seems to be the best and common practice however.
1) Postini did not go away un-replaced, Google worked to migrate users to their new filtering service. Basically Gmail, but you could have it pass through to your on-premis environment. It was wonky and they didn't get all the features and capabilities in place in time and we went elsewhere.
2) General market shrink is the reason for loss of some email filtering vendors. Filtering has been integrated in services such as Google Apps for Business and O365, and invariably if you go with those services you go with the included filtering. These services have been growing gangbusters and include email hygiene as part of the base service.
if the included service is good enough it is a difficult business case to make to spend on a standalone filtering service.
Management, in many (most) companies consists of two complimentary skills. Stealing credit and deflecting blame.
These people love meetings. Attending a meeting is a chance to claim involvement with the project if it turns out to be successful. If it fails, you just say you didn't really have anything to do with it except attend a couple meetings.
Either way, you just sit back and wait for your promotion. No productive work necessary!
Of course I don't know every personal detail of everybody I deal with.
But once I become aware of information, good or bad, that information will factor in to opinions I form and decisions I make.
Time is an illusion perpetrated by the manufacturers of space.