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Here are the top ten articles for the Virus and Spam Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Transferring Files to Your New PC
Is the idea of transferring your files from one computer to another daunting? It doesn't have to be. Read this article for simple, doable solutions.
2. Craiglist Rentals and Spam
Millions of us visit Craigslist and have had good experiences with the popular site. But there are hidden spam dangers to watch out for!
3. Blue Screen of Death Basics
What is a Blue Screen of Death and does it mean death your computer? Read this article for an explanation!
4. Virus and Spam Newsletter Sign Up
The Virus and Spam Newsletter is dedicated to helping you understand and avoid common internet security threats. It will provide you with valuable information on how to protect yourself and your information.
5. Reputable Websites To Rely Upon
Surely there really are decent websites out there that can help you with credit cards, vacation plans, educational opportunities, or giving to charity, right? Is all spam evil email? Before you accept that "golden opportunity," make sure you know who to trust.
6. Choosing Funds for Hacking Prevention
When you've actually been the victim of a hack, recovery may be possible, but at what cost? Read this article to find the best way to repair the damage!
7. Private Message From Amber Sebastian Is Spam!
Have you received a "Christian" themed message from a woman begging for your help? Read this popular phishing email so that you can avoid being scammed!
8. Review Your Transaction for Hacking Prevention
Do you think your online transaction is complete once you place your order? Think again! Read this article to find out how to see your online purchase through completely and avoid hacking.
9. Spoofing Safety Tips
For some, recognizing spoofs may be a cinch. For others, though, itís still tough to recognize spam, especially when it appears to come from someone they know. Read this article to avoid getting spoofed!
10. Plagued with Pop-Up Ads? Adware is the Culprit!
Is your computer plagued with pop-up advertisements? Are there new shortcuts on your desktop that go to websites youíve never seen before? Has your computer slowed down to a crawl, particularly when using your web browser? If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, adware is the likely cause.
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