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Privacy and Security Configuration Sacramento

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The "Wild West" age of the Internet is coming to an end. More and more consumers are using the Internet daily and entrusting the tubes with their delicate personal information. But as we've seen, the end of the wild age does not mean there are still bandits. Some of them even work for our tax dollars. If you want to keep spying eyes out of your internet usage, you need to get your privacy and security settings configured correctly. The default settings do not do all they can to keep your information from being spread. Nerds On Call Computer Repair Sacramento can set up the appropriate internet privacy and security settings on your home network or home computer. Whether you need a firewall to filter suspicious traffic or a multi-node encrypted proxy to pass your sensitive data through, we can set it up for you. Our experienced Sacramento Nerds can install any secure configuration on your internet connection so that only you know the content of the cable leading into your house. We'll also make sure none of your information can be broadcast via an unsecured wireless router. Here at Nerds On Call Computer Repair Sacramento, we're dedicated to your security and your privacy. We treat all your data with the utmost care and won't divulge your personal information without your explicit approval. For all your internet privacy and security configuration needs, come to Nerds On Call Computer Repair Sacramento!

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Questions nerds often hear about Privacy and Security Configuration Sacramento

  • Is there a program to keep my pc private?

    There are many different programs we recommend our customers use, such as Webroot antivirus and Malwarebytes

  • How do I know if a webite 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