Can I Guess Your Password?
We all know that it's dangerous to use the same password for more than one program. If you sign up for a program run by someone of low moral fibre, what is to stop them running through various programs with your username and password to see what they can access?
But of course remembering all the different passwords can be a headache.
Dont Miss Information Because of Misinformation
It has been said that with the wealth of information, freely available, the Internet has the ability to make you smarter, faster, than any other medium on the planet.
Of course with an equal amount of mis-information, it also has the ability to make you dumber, faster, than any other medium on the planet.
Behavior to Stay Safer Online
1. Importance of a Virus Scanner: A Antivirus program can help to prevent you from becoming infected with a Virus or Trojan.
Protect Your Little Black Book
The movie Little Black Book features a young woman, Stacy, who is frustrated when her boyfriend refuses to share information about his past relationships. When his PDA, a Palm Tungsten C, falls into her hands, she is faced with a conundrum.
Spy Scanners - Don't Compromise your Privacy
Spies, spyware, internet parasites are among what they are usually called. These are scouts that monitor your web activities.
How to Manage Your Username and Password The Easy and Secure Way
Have been an Internet user for more than 9 years, I have 100's
of logins and passwords to keep. I'm paranoid.
5 Simple Steps to Protect your Digital Downloads
A couple of days ago, I was searching for a popular eBook online.
Now I'm not going to tell you the name of this eBook for reasons you'll understand
in the next few minutes.
Information Security for E-businessmen: Just a Couple of Ideas
If you constantly deal with bank or electronic accounts, it must be
your worst nightmare--to wake up and learn that you are a bankrupt.
Some crook stole your personal data and all the money you have been
sweating blood for years has flown to somebody else's account.
I Spy...Something Terribly Wrong (In Your Computer)
This really chapped my lips..
The Loss Prevention Manager should be receptive to the needs and
objectives of upper management and work to prevent and reduce loss from crime, fire accidents etc.With the continuing threats brought to us by our AL Quaeda and Taliban enemies and the outbreak of new TV shows that reinforce the danger we all face on a daily basis, one must look within as to how we can protect ourselves from threats both real and imagined.
Passwords or Pass Phrase? Protecting your Intellectual Property
Much has been said on the theory of password protection for files, computer login, and other network access. In the past we used a combination of letters, special characters, and other techniques to try and prevent unwanted or unauthorized access to our computers, resources, and networks.
Temporary Internet Files - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
A little bit of time invested into learning about internet security can go a long way in preventing mishaps on your computer. Temporary internet files are not something we should be afraid of, but we should certainly be careful in how much we trust them and how we deal with them.
Reducing Fraudulent Transations - 5 Simple Ways To Protect Yourself
The money being spent online is steadily growing. With billions of dollars being spent each year online, the opportunity to make money on the internet has never been bigger.
Online Shopping: 10 Tips For Safe Online Shopping
Have you ever bought a product or service from the internet?Yes? Me too. You're not alone?Some of the reasons why most people are shopping online are: they can buy anything at anytime because Internet shopping is available 24 hours, all the time.
Top Ten Spyware and Adware Threats Identified
On December 8, 2004 Webroot, an award winning anti-spyware solution provider, released a press release identifying the ten most significant emerging spyware and adware threats. Most of these you probably haven't heard of and a few may surprise you.
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