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Phishing – Types And Precautions

September 10th, 2009 | Posted by O.Dorell in Cyber Security - (Comments Off)

The criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication is known as Phishing. Continue reading

Cyber criminals are on the lookout to access your data through virus, Trojans, hacking, phishing, botnet, etc. Botnets, a group infected computers affect the computers in your small business and badly affect the performance of your business, your partners and customers. It will also create a situation of potential liability. Continue reading

As a small business owner, you may be receiving tens of emails (sometimes hundreds) in your in-box every day. You have to be careful while opening your emails – a small neglect on your part can significantly ruin your business – your important files may get deleted, someone might get access to your financial and customer information. Continue reading

How safe are you browsing with Firefox?

October 16th, 2013 | Posted by O.Dorell in Cyber Security - (Comments Off)

Mozilla Firefox is a popular browser used by millions of Internet users all around the world. The coolest feature of Mozilla Firefox is its compatibility to add more and more plugins and enable yourself with advanced browsing.

However, we need to update our plugins as soon as a new version is available. Updates of these plugins will not only cover new features of the plugin, but… Continue reading

Should I Migrate to Windows 7?

September 11th, 2013 | Posted by O.Dorell in Cyber Security - (Comments Off)

Windows 7 OS is scheduled to be available to the public market in just over a month. There are many doubts and apprehensions about the capability of this OS as its earlier version Vista is a failure. It seems Microsoft has given enough weight this time to what the Windows users really wanted – a simpler and friendly OS. Windows 7 has some novel features while

Protecting Yourself Online with Strong Passwords

February 2nd, 2013 | Posted by O.Dorell in Cyber Security - (Comments Off)

The concept of having a password for any system is similar to a key for home. The key for home is essential in order to lock and protect personal belongings from others who are not authenticated or desired to enter home. Today, due to globalization and Internet revolution, a person may have several online properties or accounts that are as important as properties physically existing at home. Those… Continue reading

How to Make Secure Settings for Facebook User Profile Page?

December 28th, 2011 | Posted by O.Dorell in Cyber Security - (Comments Off)

Facebook privacy settingsDisplaying the information which is useful for your friends to search you online is equally important to limiting the visibility of the information which is more personal, which let the hackers hack your page quiet easily. Following are the few tips which helps you to make you profile page of Facebook more secured.

Besides, all the privacy setting… Continue reading

The Update Burden Getting Too Much on Computer Users

May 19th, 2011 | Posted by O.Dorell in Cyber Security - (Comments Off)

We have already emphasized enough on the importance of updates for computers regularly, in our previous articles. However, in the past few months the number of updates have been growing oddly burdensome to the average user. The number has grown to such extent that keeping up with the updates is turning into a second job. The Patch Tuesday is no more significant as you may expect a critical… Continue reading