What you don't know won't hurt you, but on the Internet, nothing could be further from the truth. In Part 2 of his Internet Security series, Pat McKenna shows how a secure SSL "padlock" on your browser and a strong password might not always deliver what they seem to promise.
The Internet is a wonderful place, but also a dangerous one. In the first article of a new series, Pat McKenna will help you understand the risks you face, and how to protect yourself.
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