Posts Tagged ‘security’

How to Use Online Banking Really Safely, Part II

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In the first part of this article we discussed the threats and the techniques that malevolent hackers, computer virus writers, spammers, and other criminal elements of the online world employed in order to gain access to bank accounts, credit cards, email accounts, and even identities of unsuspecting people. In the second part we will find out how to access online banking and other important accounts really safely.

One might argue that in order to protect yourself online sufficiently well, you’ve got to be really computer-savvy, if not an IT professional. However, it is not really so – maybe you’ll not completely protect your computer from all kinds of threats, at least you can ensure that your data are accessed only by those who you authorize, and that you have more piece of mind and sleep just a little better at night.

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Introduction

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internet securityHello everyone! My name is Paul, and this is the WireLayer blog. Here I and other authors will be covering various topics related to internet and computer security. Among other things we will be touching upon the following subjects:

 

 

  • How to protect your computers and mobile devices from dangers, such as intrusions, data leaks, trojans and viruses
  • Tips and
  • tricks on avoiding pitfalls which could put your data in danger
  • Notable events in the world, related to computer and internet security
  • Discussions of technologies used for spying on peoples’ computer lives
  • Technologies that you can and should use to protect your digital, and ultimately, personal life

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