If you can
see your computer information below, anyone
can track this data every time you visit a web page.
If you can
see your files in the window below,
ANYONE who knows how to access your computer remotely
can view, copy, modify or delete your private
If you see
a list of files below, then companies are tracking
your web surfing.
If the test
below is positive then hackers can crash your
If the test
below is positive, then your machine is susceptible
to a virus attack using ActiveX.
computer appears to be at risk!
Tests indicate that your computer is at risk if
you are not currently using security software to protect your
Online dangers have increased tenfold in the last four years.
According to experts at Business Week, "Anyone with physical or
network access to the PC has a good chance of gaining complete
control of [your] computer."
That means your security and privacy are at risk each and every
time you are connected to the Internet. Hackers can quickly place
secret files on your computer without you even knowing about it.
Hackers can then steal your identity, take your money, ruin your
credit, and ruin your life.
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Read what the experts
are saying below on this critical issue.
Monday, May 12, 2003, 1:39 PM “The Internet was never designed to be secure and is not secure...”
Monday, May 26, 2003 “Security is a particular problem in the standard configuration
of Windows XP, installed on every new PC shipped for the past 18 months.
…Anyone with physical or network access to the PC has a good chance
of gaining complete control of the computer.”
Tuesday, April 22, 2003 “You may be dragging along your path all kinds of crud, programs
downloaded onto your computers which spy on what you're doing, cluttering
up your hard drive, even taking over your Web settings”