Monday, November 2, 2015

Thunderclap: "Safe Computing is like Safe Sex: You have to practice it to avoid infection" by Richard Lowe Jr is ON SALE!

"Safe Computing is like Safe Sex: You have to practice it to avoid infection" by Richard Lowe Jr is ON SALE for .99cents on NOV 19th!

Criminals. Hackers. Viruses. Malware. These and other dangers await you in the Wild Wild West of the Internet. Your computer is at risk whether you believe it or not. Your data could be moments from destruction, or worse, sold in the hacker underground to the highest bidder. 

Is there any hope? 

Your credit cards and Social Security information can be easily stolen by hackers if you don’t take proper precautions. You could find your life hijacked, your credit ruined and your bank accounts. Your life could be destroyed at any time without any warning. 

Is there anything you can do? 

What if the information on your computer became available to criminals? What if your computer disappeared or was destroyed? Are your files and photos one step away from destruction because of a virus or a computer crash? 

Are things really that bad? 

Did you know your computer to be held for ransom? With one keystroke everything on your computer can be held for ransom. When this happens there is no hope of recovery. Your computer becomes as useless as a brick. 

How can you prevent this? 

Computers crash sometimes and destroy all of the data on the disks. Thieves can break in and steal your computer with all of the data. 

How do you keep your data safe? 

Protect your Windows computer and your information. Secure your photos, tax records, documents, contacts, and everything else from harm. Keep the evil hackers out by practicing computer security basics. 

How? How can you remain safe? How do you keep criminals out of your online accounts? How do you prevent viruses from destroying everything on your computer? 

By this book. Read it. Keep your data safe. Protect your online accounts. 

What will you learn by reading this book? 

*How to protect your computer from viruses. 
*The best way to keep your online account safe from evil hackers. 
*How to keep your data and photos safe from computer crashes and disasters. 
*How to prevent intruders from using your wireless to break into your computer. 
*How to protect yourself on the coffee shop Wi-Fi. 
*How to safely use a hotel or public computer. 
*How to build a firewall around your computer to keep evildoers out. 
*How to protect your computer from viruses using antivirus. 
*How to secure your home network. 
*And many, many other tips and techniques to keep your data, your credit, and your life safe.

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