How to Protect your PC from Atrocious Spyware in the Cyber Age.

Written by George Papazoglou


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Hint: Some even sell your information to telemarketers, or bulk e-mail marketing companies.

The question is... arerepparttar gigantic companies selling "anti-virus solutions", a part of this greedy industry?

Two ofrepparttar 132710 best "Spyware Scanners" you must-have to protect your computer and identity from prying Spyware.

Spyware Removal Tools

No Adware : Stops privacy invaders like Gator, Kazaa or Adware and PC cluttering pop-ups.

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X-Block Probablyrepparttar 132711 most powerful tool to automatically tracking, cleaning and informing you about malicious spyware, Trojans and Privacy-intruding programs.

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Scan your Computer now for free. Openrepparttar 132712 program here and then opt to choose "RUN" instead of downloading it. You will be probably shocked to see how your Computer's system is infected with several spyware programs.

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Is Your Website Blacklisted?

Written by Niall Roche


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When an IP address (dynamic or fixed ) is reported for sending spam it's added to a blacklist. There are three different types of blacklists:

Temporary An IP address placed on a temporary blacklist will have email coming from that IP address blocked for several hours. After a few hoursrepparttar offending IP address is removed fromrepparttar 132708 blacklist.

Permanent When an IP address is added to a permanent blacklist any email server configured to block email from this list will never receive email from that range of IP addresses again.

Comprehensive This isrepparttar 132709 most damaging of blacklists. Not only does it block a single IP address it also blocksrepparttar 132710 IP addresses next to it. For example ifrepparttar 132711 IP address 192.156.66.67 was added to a comprehensive blacklist then all IP addresses close to 192.156.66.67 will also be blocked. This can be a huge problem for those website owners using virtual hosting because if your host has ever appeared on a blacklist then you're also onrepparttar 132712 same blacklist, by default, because ofrepparttar 132713 shared hosting fromrepparttar 132714 same IP range. It's important for all website owners to check whether or not they're on a blacklist. You'll need your IP address (available from your webhost) and you can check your blacklist status at: www.mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup

Blacklists are a necessary evil due torepparttar 132715 volume of spam being sent each day but are not an exact science. Take a few moments from your day and ensure that your website or email address is not being blocked.

www.spam-site.com reviews and tests antispam software solutions for the business and end user. Niall Roche is the content author and owner of spam-site.com


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