Get Your Daily Dosage of Internet Security Alerts

If you are someone who likes to keep abreast of the current security threats that haunt us on the internet, then you need to visit Bill Mullin’s Weblog – Tech Thoughts.  Bill, who is very versed in information security, recently implemented a new feature on his very popular (over a million visitors) blog, called:

“Tech Thoughts Daily Security Alerts”

Tech Thoughts - Daily Alerts

This new feature is a convenient way to learn about information security, internet threats, and what the cybercriminals are up to.  Having software installed on our PC’s is only one method of protection; having information readily available about security threats and knowing what they mean is just as important.


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6 thoughts on “Get Your Daily Dosage of Internet Security Alerts

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  1. Rick,

    Thank you for this.

    Working together, in this way, allows us to have a broader impact than might otherwise be possible.

    BTW, the graphic in your post is the one I’ve been looking for. I hope you don’t mind if I use this.



  2. Hi Rick.. I have you and Bill in my Reader. You both do great work. Sorry Bill, still haven’t completed the 5 step guide to cleaning your computer. I so need to do this.


    1. Connie,

      Thank you for such a wonderful compliment… Don’t you just love this blogging stuff? I just visited “The Abbey Rose”… Keep up the good work. I am in the process, as I write this reply, of adding you to my “Launch Pad” (at the right side of the blog)… It is my version of a Blogroll on steroids… Again, thank you!



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