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One of the best ways to protect your info would be to have two computers ...one with internet ... one never hooked to the net. Transfer data with sds or burn info discs to move info between them. Run encription software on both and run annonomizer software on the one attacted to the net. The use of long passwords for each site and file would be useful. I would suggest adding a word and/or numeric (create from a something other that a birthday) to the site or file name. That will reduce your need to write down that info. Software to scramble deleted files and delete net files would also be of use. If you make a hard copy of passwords and/or web sites you may want to print it on paper that will quickly degrade if wet or flash paper and keep your bic handy. Do not forget that most copy machines have a memory that can be accessed to reprint anything that has been sent to that printer in the past.

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A bootable linux disc is a better choice then a separate pc.

 

Care to explain how that would prevent downloading a bug to the hard drive? Some of the crap is almost impossible to get rid of....a friend wiped and reloaded his laptop three times and still had to take it in...the tech at the place he bought it tried to fix it and has now admitted defeat and sent it to the manufacturer.

 

A side note... The techs' opinion of McAfee.....JUNK

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