Today’s web browsers installed on new computers usually
don’t have secure default settings. Securing your browser is another very
important step in improving your computer’s security because an increasing
number of attacks that take advantage of web browsers.
you start surfing the internet, secure your browser by doing the following.
1.) Disable mobile code (that is, Java,
trust. While disabling these types of code on all sites will significantly
reduce your risk of being attacked, the websites you visit may sometimes not
function as they normally would do.
2.) Disable options to always set cookies.
A cookie is a file placed on your computer that stores website data. Attackers
may be able to log onto a site you’ve visited by accessing the cookie with your
login information. To keep that from happening, configure the browser to ask
for permission before setting a cookie, and allow cookies for sessions only,
also disable features that keep you logged in to a site or that retain information
you’ve entered, such as text you type into forms and the search bar.
If you’re using Internet Explorer, set the security levels
for trusted sites (websites you most often visit and trust) to the second
highest level. At the highest level, websites probably will not function
If you are using a browser other than Internet Explorer,
than learn how to adjust these settings for the browser that you currently use.
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