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Protecting Your Privacy Online: Free Security Guide From Microsoft

Nowadays online activities have increasingly become a central part of our daily life. Banking, purchasing goods and services online, sending emails, checking social network account, tweeting, sharing photos, downloading music, using online services like SkyDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. and creating documents needs to connect to the Internet.

Unfortunately, any data you entered online can intercept by hackers before it reaching the destination, so it is very important to learn some basic ways to protect your data as well as your privacy online.

Microsoft provides you a simple guide “Protecting Your Privacy Online” that provides guidance on how to protect the privacy of information online.

“The content provides key considerations around information security and online fraud that help consumers ensure that they have the right protections in-place”

The fact sheet covers many useful topics such as - Computer Security tips - Strong passwords - Use of secure networks - Nonsense answers to security questions - Sharing of your personal info - Protecting yourself from fraud.

You can download the free guide from Microsoft.


  1. Thank you so much for the wonderful information.This is really important for me.I am searching this kind of information from a long time and finally got it.


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