Security - Following The Trail by toriola1


									                                       Presented by Daniel Toriola

      A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without the knowledge of
     the owner. The term “virus” is often erroneously used to refer to malware, adware and spyware programs that
                                            do not have reproductive ability.
                                                Click here to know more

    If You Can Skip Just One Cup Of Coffee Every Month, it will put less caffeine in your body! Not Only That, It Will
                         Also Pay Your Web Hosting Costs! Click Here To Check Our Pricing...
                                                Click here to know more

                                           Security - Following The Trail
                                                  By Scott Lindsay

    With any computer connected to the Internet there is always the threat of a virus attack. Most new
computers come with a trial edition of an anti-virus program. Sadly, many business individuals insist on
gambling with their computers by leaving them vulnerable to attack when anti-virus software is allowed
to expire.

In many cases the business will also fail to install Firewall protection and they may not even be aware
of the dangers of Spyware.

Not every site you visit will be a safe place. Not every email you receive will contain safe information.
Many viruses enter a website when users visit certain websites (predominately pornographic sites).
These viruses can also come from certain emails.

I once had a computer that somehow disengaged the anti-virus software due to a virus attack. In a few
short weeks the virus devoured over 20,000 files on my computer. This was a hard lesson, especially
since I had a fully paid version of anti-virus software on my computer at the time.

I was told that this was a very rare case, but was also advised to ensure that I checked regularly for
updates and scanned my computer for viruses everyday, which is something that you can tell your
anti-virus software to do automatically.

The use of a spyware extractor like Ad-Aware can help alleviate chances of browser hijacking and to
remove all data-mining files from your hard drive. Many sites will add these features to your computer
when you visit their website, they gather data on your personal site visitation and apparent

Not only can this be personally intrusive but it can also slow your computer down and may result in a
significant amount of unwanted emails.

If you use your computer as part of your business you need to come to terms with the importance of
that box of silicon and microchip processors known as a hard drive. Can you afford to have your
computer offline while you deal with the devastating affects of a computer virus, hacking or deleted

Clean Surfer
Security software.
                                                                                                                    Page 1
                                                Presented by Daniel Toriola

If you are an Internet visitor only visit sites that are trusted, this is where search engines can be really
useful. You should be able to trust the findings of a trusted search engine when you are looking for a
legitimate website.

This should also encourage you to improve your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategies. By
becoming a trusted site with search engines, you are likely to become trustworthier to online

Protect your computer and give customers solid reason to trust your site through maximized SEO

Scott Lindsay is a web developer and entrepreneur. He is the founder of HighPowerSites and many
other web projects. Get your own website online in just 5 minutes with HighPowerSites at: Start your own ebook business with BooksWealth at:

Original Programs
Computer monitoring, privacy, and security software.
                                                                                                               Page 2
                                                 Presented by Daniel Toriola

                                                     The Benefits Of Trail Running
                                                              By Gray Rollins

 When people think of running, they most often picture running on the road or running on a track. But, a
lot of runners opt to run on hiking trails in natural settings. Trail running combines the beautiful outdoor
scenery of hiking with the physical challenges of running. If you are the type that loves being in
beautiful, outdoor settings, then trail running is something to consider.

Benefits of Trail Running

In addition to the regular running benefits such as improved fitness level and potential weight loss, trail
running is also a lot better on the joints. Running on hard surfaces such as pavement and concrete can
be tough on the bones and joints. People who suffer from things like shin splints and knee problems
often report that they don’t experience these problems while training.

Buy the Right Shoes

Even though trail running is better on the joints than running on the street, it does require some special
footwear. Unlike on the road, trail running will have you jumping and leaping over things and the
ground is also a lot more uneven. That is why it is essential to buy a show that has the right support
and the right amount of traction. Be careful when choosing trail running shoes because you need to
make sure it has enough support for your particular stride. Also, don’t neglect the socks and other gear
such as dry weave running clothes.

Find a Trail

After you buy the correct footwear, you can choose a trail to go on. Trails vary in difficulty so it is best
to choose one that matches your fitness level. Check the weather reports before you go into the trails
and make sure you wear the proper clothes and bring some supplies in case of an emergency. Unlike
hiking on the street, there are not a lot of people around who can help you if something happens.

If you are new to an area and are looking for a trail running route, consider visiting a ranger station and
asking them for advice. Chances are, they know all about which trails will best accommodate runners.
If you are running by yourself, it is also a good idea to let them know where you are going.

Before you set out, make sure you know the area well. And, if you don’t know the area, bring a map. It
can be easy to get lost in the woods. You increase your chances of survival and of getting strong by
doing this.

Gray Rollins is a featured writer for The Runners Guide. To learn more about trail running please visit and for more tips on buying running gear, visit

Pc Security Shield
The Shield Antivirus - Simple, Affordable Virus Protection.
                                                                                                           Page 3
                                                 Presented by Daniel Toriola

Related eBooks:

The Benefits Of Trail Running
Mountain Bike Trails
Backpacking - Situations a Compass Can Help Avoid
Go Rollerblading or Biking at Florida’s West Orange Trail
Trail Cameras With Infrared Sensors

Get more Free PDF eBooks at

Related Products:

AX Gold's Download Page Protector
AX Gold Web Security Kit
AX Gold's Website Guardian
The HTML Security Report
Paylocker Pro A genuine resource center for Quality Ebooks and Softwares

                         This PDF eBook is for free Distribution only, it cannot be SOLD
   Buy And Sell Antiques And Collectibles eBay, estate sales, auctions, consignment, product, products, profits.
                                                           Click here to know more

Powered By
ReBrand this PDF eBook with your Name / URL / ClickBank Affiliate ID for Free

Privacy Software: X-Cleaner Anti Spyware
Anti-spyware, inoculation and security tool for windows.
                                                                                                                   Page 4

To top