Documentation

We have created a documentation page explaining how to use each tab in WinPrivacy Explorer.

Please use these pages to help you learn more about how WinPrivacy helps you Take back your Internet privacy!

Dashboard

Gives you summary data about what WinPrivacy is doing.

You can read more on the Dashboard documentation page.

Internet Programs

The Internet Programs tab shows you information about every program on your computer that is allowed to use the Internet.

You can read more on the Internet Programs documentation page.

Blocked Programs

The Blocked Programs page shows you information about every program on your computer blocked from using the Internet.

You can read more on the Blocked Programs documentation page.

Spy Block

The Spy Block page lets you define IP Address/Port combinations you want blocked. Once defined, WinPrivacy block all communication to/from that IP/Port combination. It also logs all attempts so you know what program(s) are accessing the remote site and how often.

You can read more on the Spy Block documentation page.

Canvas Fingerprinting

The Canvas Fingerprinting page shows you information about every site you’ve visited that has attempted Canvas Fingerpriting.

You can read more on the Fingerprinting documentation page.

Non-Canvas Fingerprinting

The Non-Fingerprinting tab shows you information about every site you’ve visited that has not attempted Canvas Fingerpriting.

You can read more on the Non-Fingerprinting documentation page.

Allowed Flash Cookies

The Allowed Flash Cookies tab shows you information about all Flash Cookies that are currently allowed to be written to your computer.

You can read more on the Allowed Flash Cookies documentation page.

Blocked Flash Cookies

The Blocked Flash Cookies tab shows you information about all Flash Cookies that are currently set to be automatically removed to your computer upon detection.

You can read more on the Blocked Flash Cookies documentation page.

Settings

The Settings tab is where you enter your registration information and tell WinPrivacy how it should behave.

You can read more on the Settings documentation page.