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Written By: Gary GreshamIdentity theft fraud in America has reached epidemic proportions having surpassed 27 million cases and increasing every year. The banks are taking identity theft fraud very seriously and have taken substantial measures to protect your identity and your accounts against scammers. They have implemented a password protection for online transactions. When you [...]

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Written By: Robert Dorrance Spyware, what it is and what it does. Basically, spyware is a program put on your computer usually after you have downloaded some kind of program or went to a certain site. Once this program is on your computer, depending on what kind was put on, has the potential to monitor [...]

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Written By: Mitch JohnsonComputer users are quickly learning of the newest and most widespread threat facing internet use. Spyware has spread to more than 90 percent of computers surprising users who are unaware of the threats and forcing them to find a solution to the privacy invasions. Spyware programs run on users computer without their [...]

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Written By: Lisa SmithSooner or later everyone with an email account will receive a phishing attempt from some internet scammer. What is phishing? How can you protect yourself? These are some of the questions this identity theft article will provide, along with some free resources and practical advice on how to protect your online identity. [...]

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Written By: Jim Edwards(c) Jim Edwards – All Rights reserved http://www.thenetreporter.com===================================== Identity theft rates one of the fastest growing crimes in mAmerica today and the Internet can make it even easier for some criminals to take your good name and drag it through the mud. Identity theft involves criminals stealing your personal information such as [...]

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Written By: Gary GreshamYou may have heard the term firewall before but have you ever wondered how does a firewall work and why do I need one? A computer firewall protects your computer by putting up a barrier to keep anyone from accessing your files when you are surfing the Internet. Once a hacker get [...]

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Written By: Ratliff JGoogle Inc. this year plans to offer an electronic-payment service that could help the Internet-search company diversify its revenue and may put it in competition with eBay Inc.’s PayPal unit, according to people familiar with the matter. Exact details of the search company’s planned service aren’t known. But the people familiar with [...]

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Written By: Gary GreshamHow would you like to prevent spyware and adware from getting into your computer? You need to stop adware and spyware before it gets into your files. That way you’re protecting your private information such as passwords, credit card numbers and other documents that you don’t want to share with anyone. Spyware [...]

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Written By: Mitch JohnsonInternet users have a slim to none chance at avoiding spyware because of the countless threats possible. Also making spyware difficult to avoid is its ability to install itself in your computer from numerous angles which forces you to find protection for your computer in several ways, none of which will guarantee [...]

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Written By: Lisa Smith According to the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) email scams also known as phishing attacks claim more than 2,000 victims each day from more than 75 million phishing emails that are sent each day. The APWG also claims that these email scams steal close to $1 billion a year from its victims. [...]

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