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Checking Your Internet Browser’s Security Settings

IE7_128Your web browser has its own security guard on duty that checks incoming files for potential threats. If you try to enter information such as a credit card number on a form that’s not secure, the web browser displays a warning message asking if you want to continue. If a site attempts to install a program on your PC, your browser displays a confirmation dialog box or a warning near the top of the window asking for permission to download and install the program.
With most browsers, the default security settings are fine, but they may be a little on the aggressive side, warning you too much. In any event, checking your browser’s security settings is usually a good idea, just in case your browser has a setting you’d like to change. To check security settings in Internet Explorer, click Tools, Internet Options, and then the Security tab.
If you use a browser other than Internet Explorer, check the browser’s help system for information on how to enter your security preferences. All browsers have security features, although they all handle them a little differently.

PC Supporter Tips!

TipsTo protect your PC against viruses, purchase and install a good antivirus pro­gram, and keep it updated with the latest virus definitions.
To prevent unauthorized access to your PC, enable the Windows firewall or configure your router’s firewall settings.
Update Windows 7 regularly to ensure that you have the latest security updates installed.
Log in to a standard user account for your daily activities to limit access to your PC in case a hacker breaks in and takes control of it.
To avoid potential virus infections from e-mail attachments, install an antivirus program and open attachments only from trusted sources.

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