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Security: The Ultimate Guide to Hardening Windows

Any computer that is connected to the Internet is at risk in a number of ways. Malicious websites can be used to spread virus infections and sites that are littered with pop-ups can lead the most careful Internet user into visiting sites they would not otherwise have done so. Add to this the problem of cookies that can track your online activity and the fact that other people that use your computer may not be particularly security conscious, and it quickly becomes clear that steps need to be taken to improve safety – in this article, we’ll show you how.

Category: Internet & Security, Issues
Issue: 2011 Issue 9 November/December
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7
Article Reference: S46

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