Some Really Good Security Advice for the Everyday Computer User from Paul, Paul and Bill

Was making my typical rounds of the blogs that are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll (see blogroll round up HERE) and noticed three articles, from three bloggers (Paul, Paul, and Bill), that are offering up some very important security info (first aid) advice to people that I want to share with my readers.

It is not everyday the circumstances present itself where three of the top bloggers out there, at the same time, are giving away valuable information such as this. Stop by, read their articles (that will help keep you safe) and tell them that Ramblinrick sent you…

Computer Security - First Aid

Paul’s Home Computing Blog: Wireless Networks: Is Yours Secure?

For those of you who have wireless networks in your home: here’s some bad news. Half of them are vulnerable to be hacked…in 5 seconds! So states an article in NetworkWorld. But take heart in the fact that it’s not difficult to secure your home wireless network. – [ READ MORE ]

Paul at Tech-for Everyone: Send and Receive E-cards Safely

While Valentine’s Day is months away yet, we are nearing Hacker¹ Season. Criminal activity will double, and redouble, the nearer we get to the “Holiday shopping season”. It is time for us to ratchet up our paranoid cautiousness factors, and vigilance. – [ READ MORE ]

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts: Defensive Downloading – The Basics

BitDefender is currently warning, on its Malware City site, of a fake Stuxnet removal tool which, once downloaded and installed, will wipe out the contents of the victim’s Hard Drive. – [ READ MORE ]


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6 thoughts on “Some Really Good Security Advice for the Everyday Computer User from Paul, Paul and Bill

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  1. To be publicly complimented in such a fashion, by a man of your caliber, in the same breath as Bill Mullins and Paul Lubic, is a tremendous compliment and an honor I will always value.

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (I know. Most people think it is Halloween) and this year’s slogan is “Stop. Think. Connect. Protect yourself and help keep the web a safer place for everyone.”

    It is true – “In this digital age, we are all connected, and each of us plays an important role in securing cyberspace.” I invite your readers to participate and learn more, and these writers are a great place to start.

    Thank you.


  2. Rick,
    Thanks for including my humble post in this high-powered group of bloggers. I’m convinced that education of our fellow Internet users in computer and Internet security is the most important thing we bloggers can do at this time.


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