Registry Easy 1.7

Registry Easy

With regard to the question of fraud, theft and credit card is to make sure that the age of easy-to-understand security concerns when it comes to transmit sensitive data via radio. Fear is fairly widespread network cable, so it is natural that a wireless network should have better suspect that it surrounds it. Fortunately, there are many things that you do to increase the security of your Wi-Fi to such an extent that it is as safe as the safer wired. A list of precautions will cost you very little registry easy 1.7 implemented currently: * disable file sharing on your computer * upgrade the operating system on a regular basis * password protect your computer and protected files * just email with sensitive information through a secure mail, based on the Web (which starts with https://in the address bar) are of low KostenEs various softwareYou can install, to increase security. These include: * Firewall personal as well as good encryption software of anti-virus software used to encrypt data sent over a connection without cable (most of the sites that you need to enter your credit card are guaranteed the details in each case, but it is better to be safe than sorry). * The use of a virtual private network (VPN). Probably the best way to protect your data, if you use WiFi zones public airports, libraries, etc. , a VPN creates an impenetrable shield, which connects your computer to the web that can be accessed. Consider it as a curtain on a train for access, is parked in a tunnel, which are the only ways on both ends of the tunnel. Security is an important issue these days here and rightly so. Router Wi-Fi at home offers a selection of about the size of the majority of the casas-personas with the knowledge and the knowledge to use goes beyond (in fact steal) connection only sitting in front of his house on the road. Hacking public areas such as airports, because they know that their own safety, both the public access areas for individual measures themselves. This lack of security should change to a Wi-Fi is not discouraged, however, as previous recommendations follow safer on the network and connections to Internet. In fact, if you meet all the above points, it is safe to say that your Wi-Fi connection would be safer than most of the people than wired. . . . . .