I removed my Norton Software 2 years ago, because Norton AV consume a lot of memory and make my PC crawled like an old snail. Ok la that was not the main reason acually, I started to installed AVG when my Norton subscriptions was expired and my crack didn’t work anymore 🙂
Until I read Raymond Tech blog that can provide one year free Norton AV 2009 for 1 year.Plus with this new fast and furious Norton AV 2009. Norton AV 2009 has improved tremendously in term of memory usage.
Slow No More
In term of installation, Norton AV 2009 only take less than 5 minutes and you don’t even need to restart your PC after installation. With user friendly user layout and fast loading this new Norton AV is really RAWK !.
It also has a very good memory management which will automatically reduce the memory usage to around 6MB when it reaches 40-50MB. If that’s not enough, Norton Antivirus 2009 comes with Norton Insight which is able to increase computer performance by identifying trusted files that do not require scanning.Raymond Tech
The Norton AV 2009 has improved tremendously with 300 major improvements and it’s clearly the fastest and lightest security software right now. You can expect :-
speedy scanning and update
easy user layout, feature user and cpu usage bar
How to get Free One Year Subscription
Just go to FREE Norton Antivirus 2009 with 1 Year Subscription Without Activation or Product Key. It works for me, so it should work for you.Mr Raymond is kind enough to provide with three link to download free trial for 12 months, OEM, tested, in fact I catch new Trojan with Norton that my AVG failed to do so.No offence to AVG, maybe I will use Norton for 2009 🙂
A few months ago, Muridi Mohammad from Perlis was shocked when his money has been missing from his CIMB account.He received an SMS telling him he had won RM14,000 in an Akademi Fantasia 6 (AF6) competition. All he had to do to claim his winnings was to telephone the number given.
When he called, a man claiming to be from Astro asked for Muridi’s bank account number to deposit his winnings. Though he was hesitant, he did so. Fortunately he had enough sense to give an account with little money in it.
“I gave him the account my tenant uses to pay the rent.” The CIMB account had a balance of just over RM300.
Although this case is not new, but this poor Ustaz still want to try his luck. He just gave his account number just to see wether the scammer will deposit money or not. But it turns out, the scammer manage to withdraw money from his account two times. About an hour later he checked the account and found that two payments of RM120 had been made to “I-PYMT TO COLL”.
The BIG question here, how this criminal manage to withdraw money just using user account’s number. Really strange. I think this guys are really professional,even CIMB never release a statement about their system flaw.So just use thumb rule, if the offer is too good, then it is a scam. Don’t try to outsmart them. Maybe your are dealing with international criminal :). (more…)
I think I just beat Darren from Problogger and John Chow if that stat is true. 4096 credits to advertise on my blog hahah
Maybe there are some glitch at the server. This is not the first time server break down happen at Entrecard.com. I think Entrecard should get a big funder to buy a new server to support increasing traffic in the future.
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The threat of Internet fraud is quite real and we need to be aware of scams such as “phishing” and “pharming” where a virus or malicious program can be downloaded to your computer with the intention of stealing your personal information – from credit card information, user ID and password to online banking accounts.
But don’t panic! Here are 5 tips that will minimise your risk of being a victim and unsuspectingly swallowing the bait set by scamsters to steal your identity.
5 TIPS TO PROTECT YOURSELF ONLINE
Watch out for suspicious e-mail or pop-up links.
NEVER click on a URL link in e-mail or fill out forms in e-mail requesting you to confirm or update personal information, even if it threatens dire consequences if you don’t reply.
Even if the e-mail seems to be from a genuine web site or someone you know, call first to check or type the web URL to log on to the site yourself (not from the e-mail). Also, never send your personal information to anyone by e-mail.
Phishing can happen by phone too. You may receive a call from someone pretending to be from a bank or company asking for your personal information. Or the person may inform you that you have been a victim of a fraud. Always verify the caller’s identity first. Credit card companies do call customers if they notice unusual activity on your card but they will only enquire about specific transactions. They will not ask for your account number or personal information.
Protect your computer with anti-virus, spam filters and firewalls.
Update your Operating System and Internet Browser regularly to ensure that you are protected. Use anti-virus software and, if possible, personal firewalls. Ensure your anti-virus software is up to date with the latest signatures.
Scan your PC for viruses and update your browser regularly.
Take some time to visit any popular anti-virus web site to scan your PC. This will alert you to any virus or malicious programs in your computer. You can often download the latest security and critical patches from these sites too.
Be cautious about clicking on pop-ups and free stuff. Beware of downloading free programs and web content offering to increase the speed of your computer, free gifts, get rich quick schemes, etc.
You may click on these links out of curiosity or simply to read. However, in pharming scams, such content can be programmed to download a virus or malicious program or spyware to your computer while you are browsing. After that, when you type the address of a legitimate website, you are taken to a fake web site. Any personal information you provide at the fake site such as user name, account number, credit card details can be stolen and fraudulently used.
If you share your computer with others, ensure they do not visit such sites and unknowingly download malicious content.
Be selfish about sharing your password.
Online fraud frequently occurs when someone has compromised the security of their password through sharing. Do not share your password with family, relatives, friends or anyone, however harmless and convenient it may seem at the time. Your password is the key that opens the lock to your personal information and should be guarded as safely as your car keys.
Finally, always clear your cache each time you logout after an Internet session. This is especially important if others have access to your computer or you use a computer in public places such as Internet cafes.
Well, it’s easy, isn’t it? Just take these five steps to enhance the way you protect your personal information and ensure your Internet experience is enjoyable.