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Transfer fraud has long been more than just a nuisance for online retailers. Usually you can rely on it as a seller, that a transfer is annulation – So the money is in the account once, so it can not be retrieved. In practice, this is not the case! Despite fault of the Bank, is the seller not just sit on the damage, special yet his account loses in many cases,.

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for those, really reasonably secure anonymity searches, The question, of course, not at all. A public proxy, picked from a list, such as e.g.. on hidemyass.com, may indeed perhaps temporarily hide your own IP, but nobody knows, what the operator exactly mitloggt.

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Clear, if one does not trust the VPN provider, you need not at all continue to think about it. The company could even have been founded by the authorities, a so-called honeypot. In principle, the VPN provider could log all connections and with forced or voluntarily reveal the real IP address of the user (Names and payment data it was supposed to have, thanks to anonymous payment fortunately not at first).

So you should read very carefully in the experience reports before selecting a VPN service. HideMyAss has e.g.. been disqualified, was since there apparently saved and logged.

However, even if the VPN provider does not save, a residual risk remains.

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After Paysafe disaster in Germany, many people still have lying around Paysafecards with remaining credit or little credit and know what to do with it. Who does not want to transfer money to his account (and completely destroyed the anonymity of the already made payment) can e.g.. exchange in Bitcoins or other currencies.

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Where an Internet connection with anonymous IP out, that one can not be identified in the network?

In principle yes, BUT… this applies only, if one does not log in any account, whose identity is known or was.

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While I have just described only, as the State sniffing software could be on the computer, and Trojans for mobile devices like tablets and smartphones have now been found. Again playing with “FinFisher” an old-known company with.

On items at heise.de last week provides some details.

Relativ überrascht war ich von der Tatsache, dass ganz plötzlich viele Webseiten keine Paysafecards mehr akzeptieren. Da es gleich viele voneinander unabhängige Webseiten betrifft, musste also ein Grund von Seiten der Paysafecard vorliegen.

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Compared to traditional Trojans, the need to find the largest possible dissemination, to e.g.. spy on online banking, the application of the Federal Trojan is much more targeted. A discovery of “Remote-Forensic-Software”, such as the Federal Trojans officially called, unlikely to make possible, Only the computer the corresponding target person may be infected. Finally, the authorities do not want yes, that anti-virus software – possibly also foreign – detects the Trojan and blocks.

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