Norton Internet Security For Dummies
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* Directed to home and small business users who know they need to protect their systems but aren't sure where to start
* Provides simple, easy-to-digest instructions for using each part of the suite: AntiVirus, Personal Firewall, Privacy Control, AntiSpam, and Parental Control, plus Productivity Control from the professional edition
* Shows readers how to set the applications for fastest computing speed, how to respond to firewall alerts, block unwanted Web ads, customize access control for shared networks, read event logs, deal with Internet attackers, and much more
Table of Contents:
Part I: Creating Your Own Homeland Security.
Chapter 1: Preparing Your Online Security Blanket.
Chapter 2: Getting Started with Norton Internet Security.
Chapter 3: Setting Rules for Your Firewall.
Chapter 4: Strengthening and Customizing Your Firewall.
Part II: Handling Viruses and Malicious Code.
Chapter 5: Working with Norton AntiVirus.
Chapter 6: Blocking Other Weapons of Mass Insecurity.
Chapter 7: Performing Updates and Other Housekeeping.
Chapter 8: Welcome to the Land of Quarantine.
Part III: Safeguarding Your Privacy and Your Network.
Chapter 9: Canning Spam.
Chapter 10: Blocking Weapons of Mass Distraction.
Chapter 11: Wireless and Laptop Security.
Part IV: Access Control.
Chapter 12: Issues for Networks with Multiple Users.
Chapter 13: Issues for Young Users.
Part V: Getting Under the Hood.
Chapter 14: Troubleshooting.
Chapter 15: This Old Computer: Housekeeping and Restoration.
Chapter 16: Working With Log Files and Advanced Options.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 17: Ten Most Common Attacks.
Chapter 18: Ten More Tools to Boost Your Privacy and Security.
Chapter 19: Ten Security Threats NIS Doesn’t Cover.
Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Glossary.
Appendix B: Web Resources.