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Learn about what spyware is, and how to protect yourself aginst spyware. Links also provided to help.
Tutorial dedicated to informing the reader of proxies, and the process of applying them to internet explorer to promote anonymous surfing (pics included)
A tutorial geared to help users secure their home computers against viruses, worms, and backdoors.
An antivirus software program will help protect your computer against most viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and other malicious code. Many new computers come with antivirus software already installed. However, antivirus software requires a subscription to stay up to date. If you don't have a current subscription for these updates, your computer is likely to be vulnerable to new threats. This video talks about some common antivirus programs, and how you can get started using one today. You can
An Internet firewall can help prevent outsiders from getting to your computer through the Internet. This step-by-step demonstration shows you exactly how to use the Internet firewall that's built into Windows XP. You can pause the video at any time.
Your Windows XP operating system includes the Automatic Updates feature which can automatically download the latest Microsoft security updates while your computer is on and connected to the Internet. To get the most out of Automatic Updates, run a Windows Update scan on your PC first. This step-by-step demonstration shows you exactly how to use Windows Update to bring your Windows software up-to-date. You can pause the video at any time.
In this article we will take a quick look at two methods for creating SHA1 passwords for use on the web using .NET. It is dangerous to store passwords anywhere in plain text!! SHA1 gives a quick and easy way to encode a password into a non-human readable form. This means it is safer to store in a database, and should the database be viewed by anyone who shouldn't know the passwords, it will be much more difficult for them to work out what a user's password is.
What's a digital id? What does it do? How does it work? Do you need one?
Use these guidelines and ideas to help stay safe online.
With a little effort and commonsense, your whole family can enjoy their time online without fear. Here are some tips to help you along.
How to cut through and cut out the seamy side of the Internet and make your online experience one of delight.
One of the msot common attack to the Internet users explained in this tutorial. Webmasters: avoid simple security holes so that you site will not be used as a base for a hacker.
This is a tutorial written for those who want to know how hackers hack using Netbios- the easiest way to hack remotely and hence it will help them from being hacked.
To succeed with eCommerce on the web, your site should provide visitors with SSL security. In this article, Tim will describe how to create a request for an SSL digital certificate. He will also describe how to install the certificate once it is received.
This tutorial gives an overview of the technologies involved in protecting audio content on the Internet. Contains descriptions of the important industry standards in this area, and looks at how these standards are getting deployed in the market.
Paul reveals how to create user passwords and keep them secure using JavaScript, PHP, and a little tenderness. (Webmonkey)
This tutorial discusses authentication methods in IIS. The default mode for accessing a particular Web resource is Allow Anonymous, meaning that anyone can request and receive the Web resource. However, IIS supports two other modes than can be used to require valid NT login accounts to access certain areas of a Web site. (4Guys)
This article is a general introduction to network security issues and solutions in the Internet; emphasis is placed on route filters and firewalls. It is not intended as a guide to setting up a secure network; its purpose is merely as an overview.
Julie dishes up the why and how of real-life data encryption, covering PGP and GnuPG, and using PHP and the mcrypt and mhash libraries. (Webmonkey)
Users want privacy and the bennies of personalized sites. Collaborative filtering coupled with a technology-based privacy standard may be the answer. (Webmonkey)
MattMarg takes a look at the W3C's latest plans for keeping the private parts of your life under wraps. (Webmonkey)
Our pal bianca shares some strategies for ensuring the adulthood of your visitors. (Webmonkey)
Kristin shows how she keeps her devious plans for pranks on Mattmarg hidden by using authentication. (Webmonkey)
Matt shows how he could spy on his co-workers - if he were a highly unethical jerk, that is. (Webmonkey)
This document is a general overview of security issues that face the administrator of Linux systems. It covers general security philosophy and a number of specific examples of how to better secure your Linux system from intruders.
As more and more people become "wired", an increasing number of people need to understand the basics of security in a networked world. This document explains the concepts needed to read through the hype in the marketplace, understand risks and how to deal with them.
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