1. Do not answer to spam it is likely that at one time or another you receive a mail message that appears to be from a legitimate source such as e.g. your Bank and requests that you click on a link and enter personal data. As you perhaps know, this practice is called phishing, and if by chance you supply these data you risk that they fall into the hands of someone who will surely use them to withdraw money from your account or purchase items online at your expense. However, there is a very simple way of avoiding phishing, which is simply to ignore the links by email, instant messaging or any other channel. 2 Delete the history if you want to delete all traces of your online activities to avoid that criminals can do information, you’ll be glad you know that it is also possible to achieve this quickly and easily.

In Internet Explorer 8, click on the security option at the top of the browser window, and then choose delete browsing history from the drop-down menu that opens. In the next window you can choose the items to delete, but to keep you more secure, we recommend that you select everything and so anything not will escape you. 3. Correctly write Web addresses if by chance you write badly an address bar of Internet Explorer or the browser you use, you can end up in a seat that resembles the original but is in fact false. And if you then enter personal information in it, this could be employed in your prejudice. Thus, verifies provided that you’ve written them well, and if you’re not sure it installs some program like Browser Defender or McAfee Site Advisor check if the seat is legitimate or otherwise suspect. 4 Use a Windows Firewall has built-in a pretty good firewall that is totally capable of protecting your computer from unauthorized access from the Internet.