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Custom Symantec Version of The Symantec Guide to Home Internet Security

Custom Symantec Version of The Symantec Guide to Home Internet Security

Pearson Education. 2005

The Symantec Guide to Home Internet Security helps you protect against every Internet threat: You’ll learn no-hassle ways to keep bad guys out and private information in...minimize exposure to every kind of Internet crime...stop people from secretly installing spyware that tracks your behavior and trashes your computer.

Exploring the Digital Nation: Home Broadband Internet Adoption in the United States

Exploring the Digital Nation: Home Broadband Internet Adoption in the United States

DIANE Publishing.

Home Network Security Simplified

Home Network Security Simplified

Cisco Press. 2006

A straightforward, graphic-based reference for securing your home network Set up a firewall Secure your wireless network Stop adware and spyware Keep your children safe from online threats Prevent a virus outbreak Avoid Internet scams Phishing. Malware. Spyware. Trojan horses. Firewalls. Parental controls. If you have a home computer connected to the Internet, you need to understand these security terms. If that connection is high-speed (always on) or you run a wireless network, your...

Wireless Home Networking For Dummies

Wireless Home Networking For Dummies

John Wiley & Sons. 2011

Wireless home networks are better than ever! The emergence of new industry standards has made them easier, more convenient, less expensive to own and operate. Still, you need to know what to look for (and look out for), and the expert guidance you’ll find in Wireless Home Networks For Dummies, 3rd Edition helps you ensure that your wire-free life is also a hassle-free life! This user-friendly, plain-English guide delivers all of the tips, tricks, and knowledge you need to plan your wireless...

The Impact of Home Internet Access on Test Scores

The Impact of Home Internet Access on Test Scores

Cambria Press. 2006

Macho determines whether students with Internet access at home have higher standardized test scores than those without, taking into account a variety of other variables including household income levels and parents' educational levels. The results are of obvious importance to legislators, policy makers, and parents concerned with enhancing student performance. (Education/Teaching)