Releases G-Zapper 2.5 Google Cookie Blocker
NJ - 22 July 2008 - ksoft announces the release
of version 2.5 of G-Zapper, its popular solution to
detect, identify, and clean the Google cookie and
search terms from PCs.
you know that Google stores a unique identifier in a
cookie on your PC, which allows them to track the
keywords you search for? They use this information
to compile reports, track user habits, and test
features. In the future, it is possible they could
even sell this information or share it with others.
You may be surprised to find that a Google cookie
exists on your PC; and even more surprised to find
out how long its been there. G-Zapper solves this
problem and protects your search privacy by
automatically identifying, detecting, and deleting
the Google cookie and search terms from your PC.
locates the Google cookie installed on your PC,
determines its age, and displays the unique
identifier used to track your searches. With one
click, G-Zapper cleans the cookie, helping to
protect your search privacy. Since Google will save
a new cookie the next time a search is performed,
G-Zapper runs silently and awaits a new cookie,
instantly cleaning it the moment the web browser is
closed. G-Zapper also protects your search privacy
by deleting recently used search terms and blocking
Google Analytics, a popular tool used by web sites
to track web surfing history.
users of G-Zapper gain the ability to block cookies
from other popular search engines and receive
upgrades to the latest version at no charge by
visiting the company's web site to download and
install the new version.
is compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer,
Mozilla Firefox, and Windows 95,98,ME,NT,2000,XP,
. A fully functional demo is available to the public
Program registration is US$29.95 and may be
completed from the company's web site.
more information contact: ksoft. Web site http://www.dummysoftware.com
key available on request