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A Guide to Stay Safe Online (eBook)

The internet is now a fact of modern life for all of us. It is a source of information, of entertainment, of income, or shopping, but unfortunately, it is also a place of cyber criminals. If you do not pay attention to the idea of computer security you will face the real risk of being a victim of identity theft, financial loss and other loses.

If you are just getting started on the Internet, it is recommend you to download and read the free eBook (pdf) titled ‘The Rough Guide to Staying Safe On Line’ by Get Safe on Line. This book is a good starting point for all who want to stay safe online.

In 7 chapters, this book explains technical jargon, tells you what to look out for when shopping and banking online, security of computer and mobile devices, and a rough guide for when security fails.

This free eBook (PDF) can be downloaded from the source here.

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