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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 1 September 2003 
  • Editor Welcome
  • Turbo v3.0 Available
  • Customer Rewards
  • Viruses-How to Protect
  • Modem Information
  • Internet Taxation
  • Question of the Month

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  • Viruses-How to Protect
    by Katrina Moran
    September 2003
    What are Microsoft Vulnerabilities?
    Microsoft Vulnerabilities are security holes in Microsoft software that can allow an attacker to access your machine.
    How to keep yourself Protected?
    1.Make sure your anti-virus software is up to date and active. For example: Norton Antivirus, McAfee, Zone Alarm, PC-Cillin. Click here to Download Zone Alarm
    2. Inspect every mail attachment before opening. Do not open any unknown attachments. Even if you know who it's from, you never know, it could be a virus. If you are certain you want to open an attachment, scan the file manually with your antivirus software before you open it.
    3. Keep your software updated. For example, from time to time it is necessary for you to update your computer with the newest updates that are available from Microsoft. Click here for Windows Updates
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