How To Improve Online Security?

Security

With the way technology plays in and out with the things, it is uttermost important for all of us (even including me) to find ways by which we can improve (and/or even increase) online security. The condition stands similar for both individuals as well as businesses (especially small businesses). Result of which, hackers always attack these security-lack people and businesses.

While, interestingly, it can’t be possible for all to opt for paid security program, but in such conditions, one can definitely think on using the free tools which lets them defend against the most common attacks. In the article, I have listed free security tools which will help you improve online security.

#1 Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft Security Essentials is a free antivirus program that provides spyware, malicious software, and virus protection. [Visit]

#2 OpenDNS

OpenDNS is the largest and most reliable recursive DNS service available providing a better internet experience to more than 50 million Internet users around the world. [Visit]

#3 FileHippo.com Update Checker

The Update Checker will scan your computer for installed software, check the versions and then send this information to FileHippo.com to see if there are any newer releases. These are then neatly displayed in your browser for you to download. [Visit]

#4 ZoneAlarm Free Antivirus

ZoneAlarm Free Antivirus is the ultimate free Internet security solution which comes equipped with layered security with a single, easy-to-use interface, lighter, faster and easier than two separate products and comes with no compatibility problems. [Visit]

#5 Antivirus for Mac

Apple’s free Antivirus for Mac keeps you safe from all the latest Mac threats detected by SophosLabs. [Visit]

#6 TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is the free open-source disk encryption software for Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X, and Linux. [Visit]

#7 FileVault 2

With FileVault 2 you can encrypt the contents of your entire drive to help keep your data secure. FileVault 2 requires OS X Lion or later, and OS X Recovery installed on your startup drive. Once you have it, it lets you encrypt your content. [Visit]

KARAN CHOPRA

Karan is an internet enthusiast, who loves to explore every second thing in both technology and business.

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