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The Internet can be quite a dangerous place for unwary users. Unconfident web browser configurations can lead to spyware being mounted on a computer with out a user’s knowledge, attackers coping with the machine and robbing information, and even using the computer system as a robot to strike others.

Secure web surfing starts with a well-configured browser. UCSC’s IT Reliability Team suggests using a modern day browser (Chrome, Edge, Chrome or Safari) with a proper configuration that helps protect your privacy and data. You have to consider the application of add-ons or extensions that could provide numerous degrees of extra functionality into a browser. It is also a good idea to maintain your browser and everything add-ons/extensions up to date. A 64-bit version of the browser may be more robust against malware attacks as it provides even more inherent protection via a thing called business address space layout randomization (ASLR).

It is recommended that a individual only runs on the single internet browser, and never «reserve» a web browser for any specific online service plan such as Gmail or Facebook. The use of a one browser permits better protection by only allowing one set of credentials being used on that, and minimizes the potential for a malicious website to use a weeknesses in an dated program. It is also a good idea designed for users to allow password-protection features on pretty much all programs, and use strong passwords that comply with UCSC’s Password Requirements when necessary. Users must also make sure they are not really storing any sensitive details in their browser, like debit card numbers, or using auto-complete to log into sites that require a account information.

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