Web site security should be the top priority for anyone planning to put a Web site online. This is important not only for those doing business online but also for people who do not want to have all their hard work crashed by a single attack.
Security software products may represent a sizeable portion of the starting expenses, but when all the security threats out there and cost of repairing a site damaged or destroyed in an attack, the peace of mind is worth the price. Read more . . .
If your computer is behaving oddly, is slowing down, gets hung up in the middle of your work, or is bedeviled with “pop-ups,” then it is possibly infected with spyware.
Spyware gets into your computer due to something you have done, like installing free games, clicking a button on a pop-up window, or programs or software.
It is appraised that anywhere from twenty to fifty percent of online network traffic is accomplished by spyware. Read more . . .
Drivers.biz knows a thing or two about security concerns! Some years ago, another web site of ours was attacked, and the resulting headaches were not pleasant. Read on below to use some tips on what to look for in securing your own work.
Web site security should be a major priority for anyone planning to set up a Web site online. This is vital not only for those doing business online but also for people who do not want to have their work destroyed by a single attack. Read more . . .
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Ready to update your drivers?
Drivers.biz knows this can be a painful procedure sometimes, but it is also a necessary one. So the following sections deal with the process for uploading new drivers to your computer system.
First, plan ahead. Have ready any CDs you might need, such as the operating system (e.g. Win98) or any CDs that came with new hardware such as a modem or a printer.
Some drivers are built into the operating system software itself, but others require to be loaded or installed separately–normally from a CD. Older DOS-based systems have drivers with a .SYS extension. Windows-based systems normally have drivers with the .DRV extension.
Set aside enough time for updating, as you don’t want to interrupt the steps. Stopping midway can potentially cause major problem to your system files. If the installation fails, or your changes make things worse, you can always uninstall after the procedure is finished. Read more . . .