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Frenzy H.A.L

on 19 January 2016

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Transcript of CYBER SECURITY

Always remember to
1.Install a firewall on your computer or home network.
2.Configure your firewall to prevent or block other computers on the internet from accessing your computer/
3.configure your firewall to stop information in your computer being sent out to the internet without your approval.
wireless network
refers to wireless LAN (Local Area Networks.) It can be used by more than one person within range to access the Internet. This means any neighbor or passer-by in the street with a wireless laptop can find and access your home network.
Always remember to:
1.Secure your wireless network with a password. An unsecured network makes it easier for hackers to access your computer.
2.Change the service set Identifier (SSID).
Your router will have its own default name (SSID). Hackers know default manufacture’s settings so you need to change the SSID to prevent them gaining access.

3.Disable the SSID Broadcast.
An SSID broadcast sends a signal to nearby computers to tell them you have a wireless network, so it is important to switch off to keep your network hidden.

4.Change your Router’s User name and password periodically.
5.Enable WEP security.
WEP stands for Wired Equivalent Privacy and you can ask your computer to automatically turn it on. It encrypts your wireless broadband signal to prevent anyone snooping on it

Software patch
(update) is designed to fix small bugs, glitches, or address software-to-hardware or operating system compatibility issues. It removes programing flaws and vulnerabilities in computer software that can be exploited by hackers and malware.

Some software patches require a reboot to take effect.
Save your work and reboot at the earliest opportunity when prompted to the system
Always remember to:

1.Keeping your operating system and software up-to-date and turn on automatic updates.

2.Never allow the download and installation of dynamic or interactive content (active content) from any suspicious websites.

3.Check authenticity of contents, attachments and links with the sender when in doubt even when it appears to be from someone you know.

4.Scan your computer often with an anti-virus program.
Once information is posted and uploaded to a social networking site, it is permanent and becomes public information. The more information you post the more vulnerable you may become. Hackers, spammers, virus writers, identity thieves, and other
cyber criminals constantly follow the Internet traffic.
Always remember to:
Social networking
websites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are services people can use to connect with others to share information like photos, videos and personal messages.
1. Learn and use the privacy and security settings on social networks. They can
help you control and restrict who sees what you post and manage your online experience in a positive way.

2. Be cautious about how much personal information you provide. Avoid revealing your personal information such as addresses, contact numbers and credit card numbers

3. Make passwords long, strong and unique.

4. Know and manage your friends.

5. Avoid meeting people you know online.

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