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Computer security is extremely important. This is so because all data stored in a computer contains people’s information that identifies them. With the growth of identity theft, the importance of keeping this information safe and secure cannot be underestimated. The basic aim of computer security is to enable people to carry out their jobs, tasks and research safely. It is essential for protecting vital business process and protecting sensitive information (Including personal information....
Published by Madan G Singh 51 months ago in Internet Security | +2 votes | 0 comments
Designing a secure e commerce site also asks for great emphasis and efforts at keeping it hacking proof and safe from malicious attacks from miscreants. Such websites contain both open to public and access-limited vital information (payment and credit / debit card details), which must be carefully concealed within their programming code and indexing on the web. Hackers usually create their own crawlers and source codes, in order to gain access to a website's interior resource fields and back gat...
Published by Jass Sawhney 230 months ago in Internet Security | +0 votes | 0 comments
Keylogger is a system used by hackers to access your accounts. Every time you type your password, they can record it. It's another way of stealing your passwords and manipulating your websites, bank accounts and anything that they find profitable. For sure hackers will target your bank accounts, credit card details, PayPal accounts and other online processors that you have. You need to take extra precautions in order to avoid becoming a victim of keylogger.
Published by Cloud1 65 months ago in Internet Security | +1 votes | 0 comments
It was a release of Sterling Security Research, Inc which was founded in the year 2002 with the idea that all internet communications should be secure, safe and private. It believed that without privacy there could have been no freedom and everyone should be able to use internet for any legal purpose they desire without unnecessary restrictions. Webtunnel SSH was the first product offered by Secure Tunnel in order to protect privacy and anonymity online and that was the turning point from where ...
Published by Abhay Singh 67 months ago in Internet Security | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most Americans do at least part of their financial transactions online through their personal computer. Most banks offer electronic bill pay services, which is a convenient way to pay your bills with the click of a mouse. Online shopping is more popular than ever because customers can easily compare prices and select the best deal around. While this is a huge advantage, financial online transactions are not necessarily always safe.
Published by Andrea Turman 69 months ago in Internet Security | +0 votes | 0 comments
It can be really confusing these days when it comes to deciding which antivirus program you want to use.  Antivirus programs are a must have if you want to use the internet safely.  It's kind of like the seatbelt in your car.  If you have an accident, it can save your life.  AVG antivirus is one of my favorite picks.  Another product I like is Threatfire from PC Tools.  I decided to check out PC Tools to see if I could go with just one product for my antivirus needs...
Published by Pat Bartels 71 months ago in Internet Security | +8 votes | 1 comments
The UPS Scam is here once again. The UPS Scam contains a Trojan Horse Program that will, if you fall into the trap and click on the attachment icon, install files on your computer that will disable the firewall. The hacker will have continual access to your computer, allowing them to steal your credit card and banking information.
Published by Jerry Walch 75 months ago in Internet Security | +17 votes | 10 comments

Comprehensive comparison between the features of  AVG Premium Antivir and AVG anti-virus 2011 to help potential users to better understand the way these two products approach the topic of computer security.

Published by mihai cosmin 77 months ago in Internet Security | +1 votes | 0 comments
Would you like to save money by banking on the internet? Have you avoided internet banking because you are afraid of fraud occurring on your account? Internet banking is a very convenient way to bank but there are concerns about the safety of data. Some simple steps ensure that your information is kept safe.
Published by Fiona McKay 81 months ago in Internet Security | +5 votes | 3 comments
What is typosquatting? How to fight typosquatting?
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 81 months ago in Internet Security | +12 votes | 5 comments
Tips and help for parents to keep their kids safe online. The importance of shared responsibility with the kids should be stressed.
Published by Tel Asiado 84 months ago in Internet Security | +15 votes | 4 comments

This is a comparison of two big anti-virus companies, Webroot and Norton. Hopefully, my words will inspire your choice of software, and relieve some of your stress. 

Published by Zizheng Cao 85 months ago in Internet Security | +3 votes | 3 comments
Is your blog hacked? These 5 tips help you identify a hacked blog or website.
Published by Lysis 87 months ago in Internet Security | +6 votes | 1 comments
What are your children really doing online? How can your child be safe while using the computer and internet? What is the real reason some children get into trouble by using social networking sites? Here are some tips and information about internet dangers, internet predators and how to avoid being a victim.
Published by Kristin Rumian 90 months ago in Internet Security | +0 votes | 0 comments
The war against cybercrime is continuously escalating. Our nation's safety depends on the vigilence and competence of Federal agencies and personnel to combat constant threats.
Published by Deborah Livingston 91 months ago in Internet Security | +2 votes | 0 comments