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Posts Tagged ‘Anti-Virus’


I often write about how wonderfully secure Linux is. It’s immune to Windows viruses, Trojans and malware.  However, Linux is not immune to carelessness and user error. As an example, I recently received an email which looked like it may have come from Yahoo.  It explained that I had won an Apple iPad.  All I need do […]

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Now that the holiday shopping season is upon us, we’ll all be bombarded with email spam containg all kinds of deals and offers.  The question is, which are legitimate and which can compromise our computer system?  Sometimes it’s hard to tell. Google has a helpful little video on how to protct your computer from Malware. […]

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A recent blog post dealt with my suggestion that PC users should switch to Linux and ditch Windows. Once they make the move to Linux, they’ll no longer need to pay for computer repairs (antivirus, spyware cleaning, etc.), especially those offered by online services are constantly advertised on cable television. The article resulted in some […]

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If you watch cable television for even a short period of time, you’ll be presented with at least one ad on how to speed up your Windows computer. Heck, you may even see several.  And if there wasn’t a market for repairing computer problems, you wouldn’t see these commercials marching across your television screen.  But, […]

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