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Securing yourself and your private information on the internet is fast becoming a very hard thing to do.
This is especially the case if you consider yourself a novice or intermediate level user.
The following tips should help you in securing your computer and personal information on the internet.
1. Anti-Virus Software
Ensure you have anti-virus software installed on your computer.
Anti-virus applications are relatively inexpensive these days so there is no excuse for not having on installed on your PC or Mac - That's right, Mac users should have anti-virus installed as well.
If you think you can't afford to pay for anti-virus then download the free version of AVG anti-virus software at the very least.
2. Software Firewall
Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista and Mac OS X all have a software firewall installed by default. They are relatively simple firewalls but should provide you with good level of protection. Just make sure it's running!
- Windows XP firewall info
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