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  • Computer Security

    Computer security is a field of computer science concerned with the control of risks related to computer use. The means traditionally taken to realize this objective is to attempt to create a trusted and secure computing platform, designed so that agents (users or programs) can only perform actions that have been allowed.

  • #2
    Re: Computer Security

    yes,Computer security is a field of computer science concerned with the control of risks related to computer use


    • #3
      Re: Computer Security

      Wow It's very good information... thanks..


      • #4
        More informative,
        Nice sharing.....

        Seo training


        • #5
          Thanks for the discussion. Keep posting about that.
          Ashley Madison


          • #6
            I have seen the light on my computer
            Last edited by tahoemnts; 2009-08-10, 01:01 PM.


            • #7
              Microsoft don't care much about security. Ironically speaking bill Gates realized importance of security only with Windows XP SP2 when Microsoft released Windows Firewall with SP2, plus an Average computer user not always aware of security threats.

              Only few years ago businesses and average user realize importance wired/wireless internet security
              only time will what will happen next.

              anti keylogger


              • #8
                more security

                well, there's some pretty nasty stuff out there, so I hope all levels of programs and applications continue to increase their security abilities.