Simple rules for better security
Subject: General Tech | August 31, 2007 - 04:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PC Mechanic looks at some very simple ways to keep yourself and your private data secure when browsing the web. Some of the tips may seem very simplistic, but there are those who don't follow them .. . and will probably be calling you to fix their PC soon, if they haven't called already.
You can also catch the 11th PC Perspective Podcast at the top of the page, if you haven't given it a listen already.
"In many ways, the internet today resembles a digital version of the wild, wild west. There are a lot of ways that
you can potentially open up your computer and allow “bad guys” in. Then you have companies like Symantec that turn
all this into a game of “cops and robbers”, with your PC as the battleground and your wallet as collateral."
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