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What You Can Do To Keep Your Identity Safe On The Internet

The Internet has made it possible for people to pay their bills and do their shopping and banking right from their homes. And many of these people find it convenient to store a lot of personal data on their computers or PDAs, including their credit card and banking information and even their user names, passwords, and PINs. This information may seem safely stored away, but the truth is that it's not difficult at all for a savvy thief to access the information he wants by hacking into your computer, even from a distance.It's not just the money in your account or the available balance on your credit card you need to worry about being stolen. What you really need to be worried about is your identity being stolen, because once thieves have your identity they can use your name to apply for loans, credit card, and other things in your name. The amount of damage that can be done to your credit can be devastating if a criminal is able to get his hands on your electronic data. I am going to give you some valuable step...

 


Worse than Setting Your VCR: Home Network Installation

So you've made the decision to install a home network and you're roaring and ready to go with it. But have you done it before? Perhaps the dreams of not fighting over who can go online next, streamlining your office, and sharing files with other computers in your home has you a bit excited. But do you know what type of network is best for you? Do you know the basic principles to installing a network in your home? Do you know how to set up a wireless network? If you answered "no" to any of these questions, then perhaps you should read on.Network typesFirst of all, a network allows you to have multiple computers connected to the same internet connection, share files between the computers in your home, print documents through a printer that is connected to a different computer, and share files that are stored on other computers. It seems like a dream come true, doesn't it? But what is the best type of network for you? You have to make the decision of whether or not you want a wireless network or a wired network....

 


What's a Private Email Network or PEN?

When companies are trying to avoid the potential for infiltration and corruption in their e-mail system, one of the options that is available for them to consider is to create a business private e-mail network or PEN. Not only is this a completely attainable goal for any company that wants to make their email network more secure, but it is becoming increasingly necessary as businesses need to be capable of protecting their private and personal information in more secure ways.Private Email MessagesWith enough persistence, someone that is interested in breaking into your company's private email messages certainly can do so. This is especially possible when it comes to open WiFi locations. Not only could they potentially read sensitive information in the emails traveling between members of your company, but there is also potential there for them to manipulate and change the information in those documents to harm your business. Proprietary information can be stolen and email messages can be forwarded on, altered ...

 




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