Archive for the 'Safety' Category

How Do You Know if There is Spyware on Your Computer?

Hello SeniorNet fans how are you? Hope everything is going great with you Today we gonna talk about some symptoms and how to tell if  there is Spyware on Your Computer . if you notice the following things happening on your computer, make sure that your computer is infected and a spyware is installed , and you need to [...]

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Resetting your passwords, enhancing your security

According to the CM security website these are the worst password you should not have and must avoid because it is so easy to crack.   Check out the top 20 worst passwords, are any of yours in this list?   The iCloud flaw has resulted in hundreds of celebs having their accounts cracked and nude [...]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Social Networking

We teach you the unspoken etiquette. Ignore our insider tips at your own peril. Do set up privacy settings for your online profile, so the intimacies of your life—your battle with the bulge; an impending divorce—don’t become public when people find you in a search. Facebook, for example, lets you decide who can see your [...]

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Social Media Guidelines for Seniors

via Senior Care Corner Here are some guidelines we feel are important for seniors to consider when using social media. “Consider” is the key word here, as we realize individual situations are often different. Those familiar with social networks and the web may be safe with fewer guidelines while newcomers, especially those of a very [...]

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11 Tips for Social Networking Safety

Via Microsoft Social networking websites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and Windows Live Spaces are services people can use to connect with others to share information like photos, videos, and personal messages. As the popularity of these social sites grows, so do the risks of using them. Hackers, spammers, virus writers, identity thieves, and other criminals [...]

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