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1. Trust Your Instincts.

Check the online seller's price against the estimated retail value of the software.
Whether it is being sold as new or used, if a price for software seems too good to be true, it probably is.

2. Make Sure It's Authentic and Read the Label

.Be suspicious of software products that do not include proof of authenticity, such as original disks, manuals, licensing, warranties, etc.

3. Install Anti-Virus Software.

Does your computer(s) have anti-virus software installed?

Most anti-virus software includes an automatic update feature. Make sure it is activated.

3. Take special care to avoid sellers offering "back-up" copies.

This is a clear indication that the software is illegal.

4. Be Cyber Secure.

Report attacks on your PC to local law enforcement agencies and the IT provider.

5. Check for Security Updates.

Security updates should be checked every 30 days for programs installed on computers and operating systems.

Allow for automatic updating and/or subscribe to a notification service provided by the vendor.

6. Install a Firewall.

A firewall will protect your computer(s) from unauthorized access to and use by hackers.

7. Report Piracy.

Buyers suspecting software piracy, counterfeit software and/or fraud

on auction sites should contact law enforcement agencies

8. Install anti-spam and anti-spyware software on your PC.

See our download page

Many scams are sold via spam, and often spam also carries a malignant payload like spyware that allows snoops to see what you are doing or even take control of your PC remotely and use it for their own dark purposes. Anti-spyware scans your machine and gets rid of these cyber pests that could cause identity theft.

9. Spend a little time to check the Privacy Policy of the sites where you are buying from

do not opt into their newsletters if it is clear they will sell your personal information to other parties.

10. Before you give your credit card number to any commerce site

make absolutely sure it's secure.

Look for a closed PADLOCK ICON at the bottom of the screen or HTTPS in the URL.


Finally protect your computer from and remove Adware Spyware


see our pages

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