Security basicsBy Gina on March 7, 2011 | Security basics
Malware and various computer infections are very sneaky and difficult to find on your computer. That means it also makes situation complicated for removing those scams. What is more, cybercriminals don’t want malware to be found easily, so they hide malicious files in a various directories of the system. However, there are few successful ways to search for these kinds of scams. Read more.By Gina on February 15, 2011 | Security basics
It may seem that the question is easy; however, it becomes a tricky question when you don’t get any windows or notifications on your desktop about the sneaky virus or other infections within your computer. What clues can tell you about the hack, crack or other compromised files of your PC? Read more.By Gina on December 21, 2010 | Security basics
When online shopping is on the rise right now Check Point, a global provider of IT security, claims that majority of web users put personal information in passwords. About 79 percent confirms that they use personal information in creating their passwords. What is more, 26 percent of them admit they use the same password in various places, like for email, online banking, social networking accounts and etc. Read more.By Gina on November 30, 2010 | Security basics
Spam is so called undesirable letters that come to user's email in a bulk section. They circulate various information, for example: pornographic content, sexual enhancers, online dating; selling products/services, web hosting; bank loans, financial counseling, mortgage/debt reduction, credit card offers; online pharmacy, herbal, drugs; lottery, money mules, job offers and etc. Read more.By Gina on November 25, 2010 | Security basics
Holidays are the most enjoyable time of year not only for us but for scammers as well. They know that people are going to do their online shopping so hackers put their effort in trying to do everything to trick computer user while shopping online.It is important to know few online shopping tips that will help you to make your shopping enjoyable and safe. 1. Undesirable emails. Scammers and spammers use emails with unwanted links or attached files that contain malicious information. Read more.