This category is for consumer tips and advice concerning home computer and online security.
A free resource for those in need of Internet privacy. The aim of this site is to educate Internet users how to protect their privacy at little or no cost.
Provides access to weekly podcasts and whitpapers on topics like Windows Vista, computer security, virus advisories, and other interesting hacking topics.
Provides tips from the federal government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information.
Free openly distributed DNS servers that provide greater reliability and security for business and home users surfing the web. These DNS servers attempt to detect phishing scams that are often times linked to from within unsolicitated emails.
Government Site that is run by the Federal Trade Commission. Information about how the government can help protect kids and the general public. It has lots of information about official policies.
Computer security information in plain language. Learn how to protect a computer from viruses, spyware and spam.
Internet safety, protecting online privacy, virus prevention, web security and e-mail tips.
Offers advice about things that can go wrong online, including con artists, identity thieves, predators, stalkers, criminal hackers, fraud, cyber-romance gone wrong and privacy problems. Includes contact form.
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