Traditional Antivirus Programs Useless Against New Unidentified Viruses!
Every now and then you can read about a new virus and the damage it causes. The millions viruses costs companies each time they strike.
How To Be Your Own Secret Service Agency
So you want to know who your kids are chatting with. Or if your spouse has a blossoming e-mail romance.
Protecting Your Identity On The Internet
Afraid that someone is monitoring your PC or installed a keylogger to record every single keystroke? Find out which tools you need to get to make sure you are protected.X-Cleaner Deluxe
Parental Control - Dangers To Your Child Online & Internet Child Safety Tips
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Its Time to Sing the Encryption Song - Again!
Yes, I'm wearing my encryption hat again. Why you may ask? Well I just finished reading about the newest security hole in Microsoft's latest server product.
A Personal Experience with Identity Theft
Some months ago, before there was much publicity regarding phishing and identity theft, I became a victim.My first inkling that I'd been scammed came from a telephone call from my bank asking if I had been to Italy or Roumania.
Internet Small Business and Fraud
Be careful of sites that promise to send you "instant pins". These companies usually have lax credit card security and can afford customer charge backs from fraudulent transactions.
The Importance of Protecting Your PC from Viruses and Spam
Today the internet is a mine field of malicious code looking to harm your computer. Hackers want to have access to your PC for both fun and profit.
Preventing Online Identity Theft
Identity theft is one of the most common criminal acts in society today. Criminals will use your personal information such as banking accounts and passwords, to pretend that they are you.
Identity Theft - Beware of Phishing Attacks!
"Dear Bank of the West customer", the message begins. I've just received an e-mail message, purportedly from the security department at the Bank of the West.
Phishing - Learn To Identify It
Phishing: (fish'ing) (n.)This is when someone sends you an email falsely claiming to be a legitimate business - like your bank or credit card company - in an attempt to scam you into giving them your personal, private information that they can use to access your accounts.
The Saga of the Annoying Adware
When we think of adware, what comes to mind are those annoying and pesky ads that pop up out of nowhere whenever we are surfing the net. Anybody who has surfed through the net has encountered those irritating pop-up adwares advertising everything from computer software down to Viagra.
The Never Ending Spyware Story
It's been with us since 1993, it's gotten more intrusive, more complicated.It's created a whole ecosystem, so to speak.
Web Conferencing Readers - So What Do We Do with the PAYPAL SPAMMER
From: "Paypal Security"
Subject: New Security Requirements
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 19:20:51 -0800Dear valued PayPal® member,Due to recent fraudulent transactions, we have issued the following security requirements.It has come to our (attion)**Spelling Mistake**, that 98% of all fraudulent transactions are caused by members using stolen credit cards to purchase or sell non existant items.
Viruses and Worms: The Problems and Their Solutions
History and BackgroundThe virus was one of the first ever threats to computer security. It brought a whole new fear upon computer users.
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