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    Question protection from demented hackers

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    helpeth, where can I download a freeware programme to protect me from demented hackers, and people who can boot my puter and permanently disable it?

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    try this firewall from agnitum i find it to be better than most www.agnitum.com it is easy to configure and u can update it hope this helps
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    Thanx Prodikal!

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    Thanx Prodikal!

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    Also there are a few other tools you can use try going to http://www.lavasoftusa.com/ and get their program to scan for spyware programs, but first I'd so to http://security2.norton.com/ssc/home...QCKMRKRFPECDME and do a scan of your hard drive for any known virus and backdoor program. Norton also has removal tools for a specific virus. Take these steps and you are on your way to securing your box.
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    What's up with the 'courier' anyways? Are you trying to change your font or something?
    I wish to express my gratitude to the people of Italy. Thank you for inventing pizza.

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    Thanx PaleMoon and yes Guus I was trying to change the font colour but it didn't work. I am new here

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    Try reading the F.A.Q.
    Gawd, I hate 'visually enhanced' text...
    I wish to express my gratitude to the people of Italy. Thank you for inventing pizza.

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    also i suggest a trojan scanner,

    www.moosoft.com

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    lol Guus thanx!

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    from an above post:

    "http://security2.norton.com/ssc/hom...MQCKMRKRFPECDME and do a scan of your hard drive for any known virus and backdoor program. Norton also has removal tools for a specific virus. Take these steps and you are on your way to securing your box."

    ->you can use that security analyzer, but be forewarned: it will undoubtdely advise that your systems are " AT RISK " if you aren't using THEIR product. After all, they are a business. I would suggest using that analyzer, AND search for OTHERS (either on an engine or better yet within AntiOnline Forum). You may want to use more than one, to get a sort of 'average' of your overall exposure.

    ->I don't know what OS you are using, but you can also search within the forum for general options on how to configure your computer for better overall security as a BASIS to which freeware can ADD some security. (For instance, disabling file sharing and whatnot, and setting account policies.)
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