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More Cool Web Tricks If you ask most people what frustrates them most about the Internet, many of them will tell you "It's the little things!" It seems like all the great tricks and tips that make people exclaim "STOP! How did you do that?" never make it into...

Network Monitoring for Serious eCommerce In the real world, businesses come in every size, from self-employed entrepreneurs like me to mega malls like Wal-Mart. On the Internet, companies come in every size, too, from a stand-alone ebook sales page with webmaster and owner all in...

Rogue Dialers - The Net's Latest Scamola! If recent news stories concerning worms, trojans and security exploits within Microsoft's Internet Explorer, left you feeling vulnerable, this will leave you terrified. PC's the world over are already being hit by a new breed of trojan type...

Spy Scanners – Don’t Compromise your Privacy Spies, spyware, internet parasites are among what they are usually called. These are scouts that monitor your web activities. The work undercover to check on your surfing patterns, spending habits, items bought, they extract email addresses,...

Spyware and Adware – Are You Protected? Spyware is without doubt the most prevalent threat to online computer privacy and security. Exactly what is Spyware? Spyware applications are programs and files that hide on your PC's hard drive without your direct knowledge. They allow...

Spyware Programs Are Out To Get You The average computer is packed with hidden software that can secretly spy on online habits. The US net provider EarthLink said it uncovered an average of 28 spyware programs on each PC scanned during the first three months of the year. ...

Spyware: What It Is and How to Combat It Spyware is software or hardware installed on a computer without the user's knowledge which gathers information about that user for later retrieval by whomever controls the spyware. Spyware can be broken down into two different categories,...

The Benefits of the New Firefox Browser You probably heard of the new Firefox browser version 1.0 recently released by Mozilla. If you are currently using Internet Explorer or Netscape, you are probably wondering if Firefox is better and why is it better. In order to answer these...

The Dark Side of P2P File Sharing P2P file sharing programs are free. Period. But there are P2P scam sites out there that want you to pay them instead. P2P scam sites are rogue companies that have set up shop to fleece unsuspecting music downloaders looking for file sharing...

The End of Spyware? The US House of Representatives has recently passed the "Spy Act" - or to give it its full title - the Securely Protect Yourself Against Cyber Trespass Act. This aims to prevent software companies from installing spyware on users PCs without...

The Identity Theft Epidemic : What The “Experts” Aren’t Telling You Picture yourself walking down the street, all alone. It's late at night. It's a bit brisk, and the wind is blowing through the tall buildings on both sides of you. Suddenly, from out of nowhere, someone runs by you, knocks you over, grabs your...

Tips For Safer Computing Online New computer viruses threaten the unwary user everyday. Hackers jeopardize your online security with invasive computer techniques to steal your passwords, personal information, even identity. Unscrupulous marketers bait you with free software...

Tops In Toolbars? Most internet marketers are aware of, and probably use, the Google Toolbar. After all, it has been the only indicator of Google's PageRank number that has been assigned to a given web page. Whether the number is accurate, important, or even...

Watch Out For Spyware Programs That Slows Down Your Computer System Spyware is a program that once loaded on your computer unknowingly collects information from your PC and sends it to another party. The most dangerous types of Spyware programs copies personal information that you would not share with anyone...

Who’s Watching What You Type? If someone entered your home, uninvited and installed numerous cameras and listening devices in order to monitor your activities, you would quite rightly be outraged. While such a situation, unless you are living in the Big Brother House, would...

Why Use Antivirus Software? This is a really simple question to answer – you need to use antivirus software to protect your own computer, and to prevent your computer from being used to pass on infections to other machines without your knowledge. If you use the internet...

Your Computer May Be Infected. Here's How To Check.. (NOT about virus) NOTE: Please take time to read on - it may be vital for your PC's security. If you are not in the mood, just save it or print it out for later reference. A recent research revealed that 80% of the computers today is infected with these dangerous...