HackerProof: Your Guide To PC Security
by Matt Smith
Publisher: MakeUseOf.com 2011
Number of pages: 53
From trojans to worms to phishers to pharmers, the web is seemingly full of hazards. Keeping yourself safe requires not only the right software, but an understanding of what kind of threats to look out for. This excellent guide provides an objective, detailed, but easily understood walkthrough of PC security.
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