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Ten Commandments to Protect your PC

By adiveno ·
With Identity Theft becoming the number one crime, it is time to be extra cautious about your PC. This article discusses about the ten best practices you can follow to protect your PC against viruses, spywares and vulnerabilities.

You can find the full article at:

http://www.secmanager.com/ten_best_practices_to_protect_your_computer

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It's missing something....

by mroonie In reply to Ten Commandments to Prote ...

good article but it's missing someting. Data encryption. Sure you can install spyware and antivirus software onto your hard drive but once your computer is infected, it's a little too late. But if you had encrypted your files before hand, your documents would be safe from getting infected so that any personal or sensitive documents you need saved could still be transferred to another computer, if need be, without worrying about infecting the new computer. Email anti-theft software also allows you to send encrypted mail in this fashion so your data cannot be infected, harmed, changed or stolen. Learn more about it here...
http://www.essentialsecurity.com/products.htm

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