How To Safe Surfing In Internet?

Make sure your browser is not storing too much about you. In the settings menu, turn off the ability for the browser to store the password you use to access website and service. If that is a pain, the best alternative is to use a password manager. Browser also store things like images, surfing history, and what you’ve download, as cookie file. Obliterate that info occasionally. Google Safe Browsing is a blacklist service provided by Google that provides lists of URLs for web resources that contain malware or phishing content.

Online safety is trying to be safe on the internet and is the knowledge of maximizing the user’s personal safety and security risks to private information and property associated with using the internet, and the self-protection from computer crime in general.

Safe Surfing builds on the knowledge that we, knowingly or unknowingly, face many dangers when simply using the Internet. Google also provides information to Internet service providers, by sending email alerts to autonomous system operators regarding threats hosted on their networks.

5 Best Way for Safe Surfing:

  1. Hold Your Surfboard:

When negotiating oncoming waves as you hold your ground against the white water, don’t place your surfboard in between yourself and the wave but keep it to your side, or you risk it hitting you in the face a classic beginner mistake.

2. You’re Entry & Exit in Site:

At most beaches this will be simple enough, but at some surf breaks returning to shore can be very difficult, complicated by rocks, cliffs, groins, currents or the movement of the tide.

3. Use a firewall in your Network:

Firewalls monitor traffic between your computer or network and the Internet and are your first and best line of defense. Most operating systems come with a firewall, but it won’t help you if you don’t activate it.

4. Strong passwords in your Account or any other:

When banking online or accessing other sites that may reveal personal or financial information, use passwords with at least 10 characters and include combinations of letters, numbers and symbols. While short, simple passwords may be easier to remember, they’re also easier for hackers to crack. Change passwords regularly.

  1. Check your security and privacy settings:

Make sure your social network privacy settings are secured so only your friends can see your personal information and use your privacy settings to restrict who can see your posts, videos and photos.

Personal Safety:

The growth of the internet gave rise to many important services accessible to anyone with a connection. One of these important services is digital communication. While this service allowed us to communicate with others through the internet, this also allowed the communication with malicious users. The Firefox and Safari browsers use the latter. Safe Browsing also stores a mandatory preferences cookie on the computer. Google Safe Browsing “conducts client-side checks.

Author: Rabin

I am a self taught white hat hacker and a B.sc in Hardware & Networking graduate from India. I am running a Blog for my community where I technical things in “English” which makes this experience even more interesting.

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