Tag Archives: phishing

How to Check your Websites for Malwares Online

Own a website? Are you sure that your website is safe and free from any malware? Malware can cause computers that access your website to become infected with malware and can cause your website to be blocked from visitors. This can cause a significant drop in traffic on your website and hurt your website’s reputation. Here are some online security ... Read More »

Don’t be a victim! – How to avoid being Phished

Nowadays, internet technology made it to the point that it is easily accessible by everyone. I myself access some of my important accounts through internet… like banking, paying bills, communication with my loved ones here and abroad. Though generally, it made our lives easy and account accessible anywhere, we can’t deny that thieves, hackers and criminals found another way to ... Read More »

How to Protect your Kids Online using OpenDNS

Back in October 2008, 18 and 19 respectively I wrote up an article on how to  Speed up your web browsing with OpenDNS and How safe is your child from the Internet.  This time a post with the combination of those two articles, how you can protect your precious kids online using OpenDNS technology. We all know that you can’t ... Read More »

Email – The common route for viruses and frauds

In this modern world e-mail has become an important mode of communication. However, email has also become the most common route for viruses, spywares and frauds. It is necessary for all of us to protect ourselves from those kind of threats.

Viruses and other malicous programs

Viruses usually comes in a form of email attachments so be very careful when opening any attachment especially from an unknown sender. or it might be a good idea to ignore and just delete the attachment if you are unsure of it's content. Some viruses infiltrate and spread their infection through your address book and also send infected e-mail to everyone listed so always be careful opening mail attachments even from a known source. The best thing you should do is to communicate to the sender of the attachment.

Protect yourselves by using a virus protection that automatically scans email attachments as it arrives at your computer. It is very essential for every computers connected to the internet to have a strong and updated protection.

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