Posts tagged safety

Safe Browsing Tips & Things to Avoid

What’s safe to click on and what isn’t? Browsing the web requires wariness. Some customers feel like they can’t go anywhere or click on anything, and to a point, that’s true. You can’t safely click on just anything. It takes caution and common sense to make sure the links you visit are not riddled with […]

Free Seminar: Online Security for Parents

“Almost constantly” is how one-fifth of Americans describe how often they go online, according to a recent Pew Research Study on Internet users. 73% of adults reported going online at least daily, and that statistic jumps to 92% for teens. The percentages for those who answered “almost constantly” were similar for both groups—21% of adults […]

WEEU Live Security Broadcast

PC Ninja hosted its second WEEU live security broadcast at the Ninja Den on July 16.  Head tech ninja Melvin Foo and radio host Mighty Mike Faust discussed online security, and special guest Detective Robert Heiden of the Berks County District Attorney’s office joined the conversation on current scams and safety issues.  Here are some […]

Heartbleed Bug

What is the Heartbleed Bug? First of all, the Heartbleed Bug is NOT a virus.  You cannot “catch it” on your computer by downloading an e-mail attachment or clicking on a compromised website like a typical virus.  It is not a threat to your personal computer or any data stored on your machine. As a […]

Online Safety and Screen Time Limits for Kids

Summer is here, school is out, and that means your kids should be outside enjoying the sunshine, swimming in the pool, or taking part in your library’s summer reading program.  For kids the prospect of these activities may or may not be as exciting as the idea of watching hours of TV or playing video […]

Tips for Protecting Your Personal Information on Facebook

The use of social networking sites like Facebook has exploded in recent years.  Now, everyone and their second cousin has an online profile that they update constantly, which makes online safety an issue of the utmost importance.  Maybe you’re a parent or grandparent who doesn’t have or want to bother with Facebook, but it’s wise […]

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