Bug-Free Computing: Stop Viruses, Squash Worms, and Smash Trojan Horses

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The TeleProcessors, Inc., 2005 - 169 pagina's
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In Bug-Free Computing you will discover simple techniques anyone can use to protect your computer against attacks from viruses, worms, Trojan horses, spyware and more. Unless you know enough to stay ahead of these threats, you are at risk.
 

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Why You Need To Read This Book
1
Facts About the Current Generation of Viruses
5
What the AntiVirus Software Vendors Wont Tell You
11
Definitions Common Viruses Evolution of the Threat
13
Who Writes Viruses and Why?
23
The Importance of Backups
33
Kinds of Damage Viruses May Cause
47
How Viruses Are Spread
53
AntiVirus and Firewall Software
107
Reading EMail Headers
113
Preventive Measures
119
Recognizing Virus Behavior
131
What to Do if Your Computer Is Infected
157
Country Codes Listed Alphabetically
163
Unsafe File List from Microsoft
167
Keeping This Information Current
169

Dealing With Spam
61
Other Forms of Malware
87

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Over de auteur (2005)

Ken Dwight has been a computer professional since 1966, with an emphasis on personal computers since 1982. Since that time his consulting practice has served thousands of organizations and tens of thousands of PCs. In addition to his consulting work, he teaches Advanced PC Troubleshooting in seminars around the world.

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