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Securing Your Computer From Hacker Attack This is our world now the world of the electron and the switch the beauty of the baud We exist without skin color nationality or religious biases yet we are the criminals You wage wars lie and cheat telling us its for our own good yet we are the criminals Yes I am a criminal My crime is that of curiosity I am a hacker and this is my manifesto You can stop mebut you cant stop us all Does this frighten you Does this make you paranoid knowing that there are over 9 million hackers on the internet at any given time Well it shouldnt As a hacker I am going to give you a few tips on securing your computer effectively So you ask How do I keep a hacker off of my computer The answer is a program known as a firewall Most firewalls are extremely robust and have an extensive array of abilities This program can block any unauthorized connections to and from your computer For example my computer was infected with a virus that steals all of the passwords on the infected computer and emails them to its author My firewall intercepted and blocked this communication rendering it useless A firewall will also put your computer into stealth mode which causes your computer to be 100 invisible to anyone else on the Internet You can download a firewall called Zone Alarm for free from wwwzonelabscom I have personally tested it for reliability and it held strong Downloading and installing a firewall is the number one defense you have against a hacker How can they hack into your computer if they cant even confirm that you are online They cant so your security should be greatly enhanced with just one little step While doing my nightly check on the security websites I learned of a shockingly large vulnerability in the popular Netscape Navigator browser This
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