When you use the internet, you hope that everything you do is private until you decide to make it public. Unfortunately this isn’t the case – especially not with default privacy and security settings. The “wild west” time of the internet is over and now it’s safe to assume you’re not safe. However, there are ways to make sure that your activity is kept private. It just take a little more effort.

Nerds On Call Computer Repair Fresno can help you get your internet connection configured to browse securely. If you are just concerned for your safety and want some basic measures for peace of mind, we can configure your privacy and security that way. Or if you have a business and need to make sure that absolutely nothing can be sucked through the leaks in your security, we can install industry-grade privacy software and encryption to assure you’ll never be spied on. No matter your security needs, we have a solution for you!

If you want to get on the road to reclaiming your data and keeping it secure, contact Nerds On Call Computer Repair Fresno today! We’re on the lookout for your safest internet experience!

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Questions nerds often hear about Fresno Privacy and Security Configuration

Is there a program to keep my PC private?

There are many different programs we recommend our customers use, such as WebRoot antivirus and Malware bytes.

How do I know if a website is secure?

Look at the address bar at the top of your browser. If there is an S at the end of http that means your connection is encrypted. However we also recommend using an antivirus program that will warn you if a website is not safe

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A firewall is a security system that is designed to protect a computer network from unauthorized access or malicious activity. It acts as a barrier between a computer network and the internet, filtering incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predefined security rules.

Spam Email

Spam emails are generally created to promote a product or service, but they are sent to email addresses that have not requested to receive them. Spammers use various methods to get email addresses, such as harvesting them from websites or buying email lists.

Phishing Scam

A phishing scam is a type of online scam that uses fraudulent emails or websites to trick individuals into sharing their sensitive information, such as login credentials or credit card details.


Malware is a type of malicious software that can harm or compromise computer systems, networks, and devices.