out the Secrets the Government
Uses to Make Their Computers Secure!
Learn How to Protect your PC the
National Security Administration Way!
The Internet is full of viruses and hackers wanting to use
your computer for their own diabolical aims. A recent report from the Pentagon
claims that the next wave of terrorist attacks will come from terrorists hacking
into normal people's home computers to wreak havoc. In fact, there's an 80%
chance that someone is trying to break into your computer right NOW! To view
your files, steal your information, send SPAM through your email, destroy your
hundreds of dollars worth of equipment, or worse! It's no wonder that you're
interested in securing your computer. It's your responsibility. Your ISP won't
do it for you, neither will Bill Gates. And sadly millions of people don't,
falling victim to countless computer viruses and hacker attacks.
there's something you can do about securing your computer!
GUIDE TO SECURING YOUR PC CD-ROM!
Hundreds of pages of information of information for securing
your computer from evil-doers!
This amazing CD-ROM contains everything you need to protect
your computer from hackers and viruses, written by the folks who know a thing
or two about security, the National Security Agency!
WHAT'S ON THE CD-ROM:
Windows XP Security Guides
Windows 2000 Security Guides
Windows Server 2003 Security Guides
Windows NT Security Guides
Networking and Router Security Guides
E-mail and Executable Content Guides
AND MUCH MUCH MORE!
Screenshots of the Actual Program:
Before you bid and use the CD-ROM, here's a hint of what
Three quick security tips from the National Security Administration
you can perform in Windows XP:
1. Turn on security
If you upgraded from Windows 95/98 or ME you should convert
your file system from FAT to NTFS. NTFS offers several advantages over FAT,
like file encryption. With this CD, you'll learn how to convert your file system
in Windows XP.
2. Encrypt your documents
After you convert to NTFS, you can encrypt your files.
Right-click on the folder that houses your document and choose Properties. Then
click on Advanced and then choose "Encrypt contents to secure data."
This action enables file encryption. Don't just encrypt the file. Encrypt the
directory in which it resides in. Any temp files that are created when opening
the document are also encrypted.
3. Disable ICMP
Hackers often use ping sweeps to find computer targets.
Ping sweeps involve using ping commands that are sent to your computer and your
computer responds to the ping. Your response is basically telling the hacker,
"Hey I'm here, attack me." Turn off ICMP in your Windows firewall
and your computer will act like it's turned off to ping requests. Here's how:
- Open Network Connections.
- Click the connection for which Internet Connection Firewall is enabled.
- Click Properties.
- Click on the Advanced tab.
- Click Settings.
- Click the ICMP tab.
- Uncheck the boxes and click OK.
The above are just a few of the tips you'll discover from
the National Security Administration. The N.S.A. DECLASSIFIED CD-ROM contains
hundreds of pages of more security tips.
you spent one hundred dollars or more on your computer and Internet connection,
you owe it to yourself to spend just $5 on this amazing guide to protecting
PC with Windows 95, 98, NT, ME, XP, or 2000
Pentium II Processor or equivalent or higher
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