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Protecting Yourself On MySpace By: Rebecca Fuentes
"Growing number of child molestors using MySpace to arrange meetings with minors""Teenage girl kidnapped by older man she met on MySpace"The recent media blitz regarding MySpace has snowballed in the recent months. Parents, teachers and other school officials all over the country are calling for the banning of MySpace. Will ...
14 Household Ways To Protect Your Computer From Viruses By: Marv Ko
Computer viruses are deadly. They often spread without any apparent contact and can be a nuisance, or even worse, fatal to your computer. Individuals who create these viruses, estimated at 10-15 new ones a day, are the electronic version of terrorists. Their goal is to inflict havoc ...
Spyware is Not Like a Nosy Neighbor By: Daviyd Peterson
Remember the television show about the nosy neighbor Mrs. Kravitz always peeking out her window or over the fence, sometimes even knocking on the door just to find out what was going on in her neighborhood? If you don't wait a month or so and the DVD or the movie ...
Mail Forwarding Why Would You Do It By: Steve Cash
First of all we need to get some terms stated. I have been in the business for just over two years and there is still some confusion over the topic.Mail forwarding: is a service that allows you to have your mail sent to a “mailbox” and then they will forward ...
Its Time to Sing the Encryption Song Again By: Mike Ameye
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. Then couple that with all the recent hacker activity, new reports from the GAO (that's the Government Accounting Office) that the government can't protect ...
Message Board Security Problems By: Tim Frady
Security leaks can be a big problem for any site using a message board. Hackers can actually use your message board to go in and change things on your site. This has happened to me at least four times. Once an iframe was added to every single page of one ...
Securing your Wireless Network By: Jim Rutherford
When one thinks about home security, they ususally think of taking measures like installing alarms, deadbolts, and window locking devices. But if you have a wireless computer network like many American homes, your personal data (credit card numbers and banking information) could be open to hackers.When you first purchase ...
How Profits Motivate Virus Creators By: Richard Rogers
The motivation behind hackers has evolved noticeably over the last couple of years. Developing harmful viruses is less about ?bragging rights? or satisfying the creator's ego and is becoming more and more about generating profit or commercial return.The destruction of data on your computer or corruption of programs you use ...
The Complete Guide To Spotting Computer Spies Recording Devices By: Elizabeth Ward
Can you be absolutely sure, that your activity isn't being monitored and recorded right now, while you're reading this? The problem with many people is, because they're alone in a room with their computer, they think that no body can be watching. If only they knew how easy ...
Katrina Scams Move Online By: Lance Groom
Spam and phishing scams try to capitalize on the Hurricane Katrina tragedy.Hurricane Katrina has set off a wave of online phishing and other scams that try to capitalize on the emotional response of Americans to the disaster, security experts warned Friday.The phishing efforts, fraudulent attempts to spoof sites to con ...
These Are the Hackers of Our Life By: Silver Jade
Dear Mr. HackerI hope your head hurts this morning and I hope your fingernails fall out...I had to think long and hard about not wishing this on your malice. When you work hard in making a success in business,(yes it all comes down to sheer hard work) you do ...
How to Protect Your Child from the Internet By: Mark Berger
When the Internet first came about, it was realized it could be quite the multi-tasking machine. These days people use it for just about everything, from downloading music to checking e-mail, and virtually making the rest of the globe closer all the time.As a parent of a young child or ...
High Tech Espionage Alarms Spyware in Your System By: Ted Peterson
Spyware defines itself as being highly malicious and perspicacious in collecting information about you and using it against you! It will learn everything about your online behavior by spying every move and click you perform? attention, the spy-hole never sleeps! And every spy has its own character: one is digging ...
Network Security 101 By: Robert Flanglin
As more people are logging onto the Internet everyday, Network Security becomes a larger issue. In the United States, identity theft and computer fraud are among the fastest rising crimes. It is important to protect your network and ensure the safety of all computers and users in that network.What is ...
Why you Must Secure your Digital Product and Thank You Web Page By: Bob Mobino
A couple of years back, I paid my dues the 'hard way'.My web site was up and running, the sales letter had been 'crafted' with the most influential marketing techniques and the profits had been consistently coming-in, until...Until I noticed a considerable 'drop in ClickBank sales' for 2 months in ...
An Open Door To Your Home Wireless Internet Network Security By: Daviyd Peterson
This is not some new fangled techno-speak, it is a real tool to be used for the protection of your wireless internet network and LAN. African American SMBs have to realize that if your Internet connection is on 24/7 then your network, and it is a network that your computer ...
Spy Games How To Protect You Privacy When Online By: Joe Light
The World Wide Web is a good thing - tons of information (often even useful) at just a few clicks and key-strokes away. But when you consider the hordes of adware, spyware, worms, trojans and whatnot other parasites lurking the Internet nowadays the Word Wide Web start to be a ...
Social Sites That Protect Teens By: Robyn Tippins
Social networking sites can be a lot of fun. College students like to use Facebook.com to connect and build relationships. Teenagers and young college students think Myspace.com is the place to be. Networking sites can also put you in contact with people who share similar interests or who are just ...
Removing Adware a Growing Threat By: Cathy Cripps
There are many adaware spyware removal tools available for free downloading. We will be recommending and reviewing many spyware removal tools on our site.Why do I need a spyware cleaner?Removing spyware, malware, adware and trojans from your computer will help to speed up your system. Stop those annoying ...
Steganography The Art Of Deception Concealment By: Darren Miller
The Message Must Get Through ----------------------------- The year is 300A.D., and you're part of a war machine unlike anything the world has ever seen. You are a field General for the Roman Empire and charged with assimilating yet another non-Roman culture. Your current mission; get ...
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