Weekly Topic Inspiration: Taking the Offensive Against Hackers
Don't know what to write about this week? How about online security?
Dave Powell proposed this week's theme, explaining "These days, we all know that we should use updated antivirus and firewall software to help keep "malware" out of our PCs. That's a given. But what ELSE are we doing to both protect our PCs and even to strike BACK against the hackers who are trying to get into them?"
Join us in the forum thread (http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/83656) and make a Hub by answering this question- we look forward to reading about your online security measures!
This topic intrigues me because of my complete and utter lack of any type of technical knowledge on the subject. I believe I'm completely ill-equipped to deal with this topic...I mean...I can strike back at hackers? (ninja-style??) Hmm...
So you just hit the 'make a hub' button? And you have a week to write it?
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I am very interested in this subject and any advice I can get.
Hacking has become a serious headache in recent times. The risks are not only limited to giant companies but also to individuals. This hub deals with the basic but most effective tips and techniques to save your computer and data from hackers. read more
If you've ever wondered what antivirus, antispyware and firewall software is actually doing but you were embarrassed to ask then you have got to the right place. Hopefully these down to earth explanations will help you get a better idea what is this all internet security about and why it's so important. read more
I have taken steps to monitor and stop hacker attacks in real with my own website. Why can't large corporations and government protect their computers? read more
This will cover industry reports with reference to news sources, subjective reasoning and the possible trickeries used by teenagers to get to the world of hacking. read more
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