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    Anti Rootkit and other useful utilitys.

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    Create strong passwords.
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    http://strongpasswordgenerator.com/

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3282

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1275

    http://www.semanticgap.com/myps/



    Great for low level sites or you are tired of creating accounts all over the place.
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    http://openid.net/


    Test the password with this site full of other tools as well.
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    http://www.securitystats.com/tools/password.php



    For WiFi
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    http://www.yellowpipe.com/yis/tools/.../generator.php

    https://www.grc.com/passwords.htm

    http://www.speedguide.net/wlan_key.php


    There are many, many more tools out there, but these have to be your best.






    If you have trouble with the password manger in Firefox not setting expire correctly you can try the following:

    Enter these URLs into your browser.

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    chrome://pippki/content/pref-masterpass.xul

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    Now change your settings.

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    UdBfQBgBITAhITAhLfMqgBfaaoTB
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    Site advisor. Type in a site, get info.

    http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/techimo.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://www.fightidentitytheft.com/junkmail.html]FightIdentityTheft.com[/url]
    Junkmail and telemarketing is mostly a waste of time and resources. About 62 million trees and 25 billion gallons of water are used to produce a typical year's worth of junk mail in the United States. Worst of all, it puts you at greater risk for identity theft because each pre-approved credit offer that's sent to you is another invitation for someone to open a credit line in your name.

    Here's how you slow the flow of junkmail and telemarketers:
    The Hard-core Telemarketing Opt-out Script linked within that page makes me want to don a superman outfit.

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    Neat.
    We get telemarketers calling the house phone all day. I may just try out that script and see how it works..
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    You can opt out of telemarketing calls all-together using the FTC DoNotCall list system. I still get one or two rogue telemarketers (though some are permitted under the registry rules) a month, but when the Dad signed up he went from several calls per day to a couple per month.

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    Hey, Thanks SJ.
    I thought I did that last year, but we still get at least 2-5 calls a day. I just went through again though, so let's see if the calls quit coming...
    (I was starting to run out of witty things to say to them, so it's probably good they quit calling now.)
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    Given the huge disliking towards telemarketing I'm surprised it's still a "thriving" business. But I guess that's a fallacy...bankers and lawyers have a bad rep, but I don't see those careers failing these days.

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    Just say "if you call me back again I will report you to the FCC"! Oh, your name and employee ID please?




    http://www.snapfiles.com/reviews/Pho...phonetray.html.

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    Just saw this on the news. Reduce junk mail.

    Check it out for yourself.

    http://www.greendimes.com/greendimes/HowItWorks

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    King of the ring

    All mofos just use a virtual machine and browse run windows threw that since when your virtual machine breaks just delete the image it creates and start over this way you dont have to reinstall ur OS

    Enjoy your day for those who are still alive

    H000 said that?

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    The CoNetrix Blog

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    I just happened to stumble upon a pretty good list of sites I'm sure a lot of them might be listed already IDK Lists of freeware security services - CastleCopsWiki but it makes for a good bookmark
    Be a Liberal, blame everyone else!!

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    "Internet Scams, Identity Theft, and Urban Legends: Are You at Risk?"

    Scambusters.org - the final word if you want to read up on internet security. Just tons of good advice at this site.

    Free online antivirus. Download ActiveScan 2.0 and clean your PC. Panda Security

    Panda, Free online scanner and pay to download activescan.
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    Good security website

    http://www.heise-security.co.uk


    One to add to your favourites

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    Harden the TCP/IP stack

    How To: Harden the TCP/IP Stack

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    Opt Out - Protect Your Identity

    We provide you with identity theft protection by removing your information from public records databases. We'll tell you which people search websites had your personal information, and let you know when it is removed.

    Public records are created constantly, so new information about you is always accessible to public records websites. We'll ensure that your information stays out of their databases for as long as you’re a member of OptOut.com. It's the best way to receive comprehensive, ongoing identity theft protection.

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