How to Avoid 7 Common & Costly Computer Mistakes

Module 2

Track Length Description
1 14:21

Second Computer Mistake

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What Are Viruses and Worms, and Why You May Be At Risk, Even If You Think You’re Safe – understand common mistakes that put your system at risk and hear simple advice on what to do to stay safe

2 14:22

Third Computer Mistake

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Why You’re Risking a Lot if You’re Not Protecting Your Computer With the Right Type of Firewall – discover a really simple way of understanding what a firewall is and what it actually does to protect your computer.

Learn what the two basic types of firewalls are and how one protects you better than the other, and how having two firewalls can be a big problem if you do it the wrong way, but a big benefit if done the way you should

3 20:11

Fourth Computer Mistake

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Dangerous Software You May Be Installing Without Even Knowing It – viruses and worms are only the beginning of the types of dangerous software out there trying to infect your computer.

The fact is, “malware” is big money for criminal organizations and they are doing everything they can to profit from infected computers. Learn more about different types of threats and simple steps you can take to protect yourself from them.

4 17:18

Fifth Computer Mistake

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Exposing Your Life to Strangers With These Common Password Mistakes – How people tend to make a lot of the same dangerous mistakes when choosing and using passwords, why thinking that no one would target you is missing the point, plus some solid advice on exactly what you should be doing when choosing and using passwords not just online, but offline as well