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Windows 7: So how secure you are really ?

13 Apr 2010   #1
thathagat

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit,Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit,Windows XP sp3 home
 
 
So how secure you are really ?

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14 Apr 2010   #2
TOF

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

Here are some links I like to use to check and see what the marketers know about me.
Privacy.net - Privacy.net
Adobe - Flash Player : Settings Manager - Website Storage Settings panel
Ad Interest Manager
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14 Apr 2010   #3
alwinwinjoe

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Version 6.1 (build 7600.16385)
 
 

Tnx for the info thathagat! Here's Symantec's result of my system security. I have McAfee Total Protection installed just to let you know...


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