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Criminals are Fishing For Your Identity


What is Phishing? In a typical Phishing attack, a criminal will send you an email which appears to be from a well known company, bank or government agency. The email will direct you to click on a link which directs you to a Website or pop-up box that looks like the company's or organization's legitimate site.

Spyware, This Time Its Personal!


First the basic definition of Spyware: It is a type of software which is installed onto your computer without your permission..

File Sharing - What You Need to Know!


File sharing on p2p is soaring despite the music and movie industry efforts to curb the practice. Regardless of which side of the arguement you are on it is likely that sharing of copyright material will continue in one form or another for the foreseeable future.

Data Security; Are Your Company Assets Really Secure?


Is your data secure? Think again. Securing data is unlike any other corporate asset, and is likely the biggest challenge your company faces today.

Dont Get Hacked - A Guide to Protecting Your Business from Thieves


You've seen it in the news - 40 million credit cards exposed!With all the news about web sites being hacked and cyber thieves stealing credit card numbers and other personal data, it's no wonder that some shoppers are still hesitant to provide payment information online. You don't have to be.

Hacking Threats and Protective Security


The 1998 Data Protection Act was not an extension to, but rather a replacement which retains the existing provisions of the data protection system established by the 1984 legislation. The Act was to come into force from 24 October 1998 but was delayed until 1st March 2000.

What Every Internet Marketer Should Know About Spyware


If you run any type of Internet business, Adware and Spyware can be a very serious issue. These programs hide themselves on your computer and do all sorts of annoying and potentially dangerous things.

Watch Out For That Scam


The IFCC (Internet Fraud Complaint Center) received over 200,000 complaint submissions for 2004, an increase of 66.6% from 2003.

Wireless Network Security


Working from home has its advantages, including no commute, a more flexible work schedule and fresh coffee and home-cooked meals whenever you want.But working from home while using a wireless local area network (WLAN) may lead to theft of sensitive information and hacker or virus infiltration unless proper measures are taken.

Just Whos Computer is this Anyway?


Well, this is an article I never thought I would have to write. Computer ownership was just not something I thought people would get confused over but, after overhearing a number of conversations last week from my co-workers, I realized that quite a few people just don't know how cut and dry this topic is.

What to Look for before You Purchase Spyware Software


Huge number of spyware software applications are available in the market, some being offered as shareware while rest as freeware. (Shareware means a software available for download / CD, and can be used for a particular length of time, usually 30 days.

With the Rise of Internet Crimes, Users are Turning to High-Tech "PI's" for Solutions


High-tech private investigators are becoming the answer for many Internet users who have been victimized online. The use of e-mail by that unethical element lurking in cyberspace rings all too common these days.

The Truth About Hiding Your Tracks on the Internet


Ok, ok, I know you've seen them. All those pop up windows claiming that "You're being watched!" or banner ads saying "Your computer is under surveillance!" And all you need to do is buy their product and your computer's visbility will disappear from the Internet.

Spyware Symptoms


Spyware symptoms happen when your computer gets bogged down with spyware programs running in the background without your knowledge. Spyware, adware, malware and even spamware can cause your computer to behave very strange.

Eliminate Adware and Spyware


Everyone should eliminate spyware and adware from your hard drive for your computer privacy protection. Spyware and adware programs also slow down the speed of your computer by cluttering your hard drive with annoying programs.

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