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Unscrupulous person have taken advantage of the boom in email and web use to attempt everything from selling a large range of products to stealing your personal identity and credit card information. Spamming has become a profitable business, driven by the low cost of sending email compared to other direct marketing techniques. (more…)

Program that monitor user’s online behavior, legally or illegally, are a big business and a big headache for computer users. The other top threats are Ezula’s Top Text reference tool, which installs ads on user’s computer, Game Spy Arcade, which installs adware. Download Accelerator Plus, which is changing browser settings, displaying pop-under ads and transmitting information to a web site without the user’s permission. (more…)

You’ve heard the term internet identity theft. So how does phishing relate to identity theft, and what can you do to block scams and protect your identity?

Phishing is a method of deception, which is designed to steal your identity. In phishing scams, the con artist tries to get you to disclose your personal data.
Their goal is to obtain your credit card number, account information, or login and password so that they can steal your identity. (more…)

A hoax is an attempt to trick the receiver into believing that something false is real. Orson Well Mercury Theater radio broadcast in October 31, 1938, entitled “The War of the Worlds” has been called the “single greatest media hoax of all time”, though it was not intentionally so, and thus does not rank among genuine hoaxes. Hoax warnings are typically scare alerts started by malicious people and passed on by innocent users who think they are helping the community by spreading the warning. Do not forward hoax messages! (more…)

9 out 10 computers are infected with spyware, also known as adware, scumware, malware and many others. To fight against spyware, install security patches; avoid downloading and using freeware and disable ActiveX downloads.

Spam email is costing you big money; you must stop all spam. Did you know that someone may be spying on you right now? Some hijacker may watch everything you do on your computer, tracking what sites you visit, where you shop on-line, and possibly even reading your personal documents and email. (more…)