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Cell Phone Tapping: The Scary Truth about this Techno Crime

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Note: If you have a legitimate reason
for tapping someone else’s cell phone or using GPS Tracking
(like reading dangerous texts to your children),
then we recommend the following:
Text Messages: Cell Phone Spy
Other tapping: Mobile Spy
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It sounds like some kind of high-tech cyber stuff right out of Ocean’s Eleven, except it’s very real.

Tracking, eavesdropping, viewing text messages are all possible with versions of cell phone spy ware that make identity theft as well as cyber stalking possible.

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Staying Safe while Sharing Content Online

AARP and Google have joined together to provide help, hints and tips for staying safer online. In this video, “Sharing Content Online Safely, AARP and Google expert Maile Ohye discusses the most important tool to keep you safe when sharing pictures, images, and videos online

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Password Safety Hints: From Google and AARP

During this time of the year people are busy shopping and banking on line. How can you protect your passwords and user names effectively while making the most of online shopping, travel and even news services? Find out what tips AARP and Google Privacy have teamed up to offer.

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Safer Shopping On Line-Tips Just in Time for Our Holiday Shopping

The holidays are approaching and with it the busiest time of the year for families, people and businesses. How can you get all your shopping done in time for the holidays? By shopping on-line! But how can you stay save while getting more accomplished faster? Check out these tips and ask these questions before you buy.

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Web Applications And Security: How To Secure Custom Web Applications

Web Application Security
Whether you’re building a custom web application, or using one of the off-the-shelf/open source web applications for things like photos, monitoring, or any other PHP, ASP, Perl, AJAX or other language web app, on thing you MUST thing about is the security associated with it.
In this interview with Paul Herbka from South Seas Corporation (development and training company based out of Colorado), we go in depth in a discussion of web applications, security, and why it’s important for any individual or business to seriously consider what their policy is for the security associated with any web-based applications they may delpoy online.
Mr Herbka also goes into reviewing some great security platforms for protection of any web-based application.
You can listen to the interview, and/or read the transcript below, for free.
(Paul even offers you a discount if you mention this interview when you call him.)


Download the interview about what Email Security is in MP3 Format”

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What’s Posted about You Online and Do You Really Want it There?

Have you ever Googled or used other search engines to find out what is posted on-line about you? What if you don’t like what you find? What do you do?

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Going Green with Your Old Computer; Not Your Identity

As more and more people are “going green” this includes decisions to recycle their old computer to charities, schools or even just dumping them thinking they are no longer working. But what about the information that is stored on those computers? Did you really erase your identity in the form of documents, spreadsheets, photos and other important information.. important to identity thieves that is!

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Do Your Trust Your Internet Security? EZ Trust/CA Antivirus Security Review

CA Antivirus and Security Suite is one of the up and coming personal and business computer software systems. You may choose from a full suite of services or individual services. Free trial products include scans and antivirus protection. Read more for prices, information and a review of this reasonable priced and very effective antivirus system.

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