Safely Use Your e‑Mail And The Web

  • Use caution when opening e‑mail attachments. E‑mail attachments (files attached to e‑mail messages) are a primary source of virus infection. Never open an attachment from someone you don’t know. If you know the sender but weren’t expecting an attachment, verify that the sender actually sent the attachment before you open it.
  • Guard your personal information carefully. If a website asks for a credit card number, bank information, or other personal information, make sure you trust the website and verify that its transaction system is secure.
  • Be careful when clicking hyperlinks in e‑mail messages. Hyperlinks (links that open websites when you click them) are often used as part of phishing and spyware scams, but they can also transmit viruses. Only click links in e‑mail messages that you trust.
  • Only install add-on from websites that you trust. Web browser add-on allow webpages to display things like toolbar, stock tickers, video, and animation. However, add-on can also install spyware or other malicious software. If a website asks you to install an add-on, make sure that you trust it before doing so

About VSupport services

VSupport is a global on-demand services technical support company working to provide personalized computer support for consumers and small businesses across the United States,  Canada and Australia. With a proven global expertise delivery model and intelligent customer insight systems, easy-to-use self-help tools, automated PC optimization and computer support services, VSupport works very hard to keep all its clients and small businesses protected and productive 24×7.

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