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Top Tools for Safe Traffic Exchange Surfing

Oct 6th 2010 at 7:59 AM

It's not secret that you are likely to encounter various malware while surfing traffic exchanges. Of course, you should report the offending site, but you should also take measures to prevent it from infecting your PC.

One of my favorite tools is a Mozilla Firefox extension called NoScript. It allows execution of scripts only from approved domains, as well as adding a range of various other security improvements. If you surf with NoScript and enable only domains you know to be secure (such as traffic exchange domains), you'll be a lot safer.

Another important point is to use an antivirus and a firewall. There are lots of quality products out there that you can download and use for free, such as Comodo, avast!, AVG or Avira. In many cases they won't be far behind commercial products.

You should also use a modern web browser. If you insist on using IE, at least make sure to use the latest version. IE6 and IE7 are horribly outdated and will put you at risk online. Use at least IE8, or even better, upgrade to Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

Visit my traffic exchange surfing tips to find out more about securing your PC while clicking for credits.

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Apr 4th 2011 at 2:07 AM by fredds
This is excellent advice for traffic exchange surfers Andrew. I personally use Avira anti-virus and must say that it has protected my computer very effectively from the many dangers out there on the net.
   

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