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    PROBLEMS surfin PORN....help!!

    HI...Who here just LOVES surfing porn sites?
    Call me naive but before I got a computer I'd imagined that, if on Internet, the fun and joy of the experience was surfing??
    I had had experience of doing so on college, and library computers, no problemo

    However in less than two weeks my computer has been infected with the Trojan virus TWICE, First time i had to contact Dell technicians and was charged £58 for them to put it right, however i do get 30 day warranty with it. Thank GOD, cause last night i got the dreaded warning from McAfee scan that it had found a Trojan virus which 'cannot be cleaned'----so i am dreading this now. i am feeling more and more inhibited to surf at ALL!!:So seeing here IS a porn site and maybe people here also use internet for porn, can you PLEASE tell me what you do to avoid this nightmare. I am start
    ing to regret getting a computer in the first place

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    They have porn on the internet?

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    No, that's just an urban legend...


    Download Adaware or if your brave, Bazooka

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    I have a Mac. 90% of the viruses out there do not affect my computer.
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    Go Mac!!! I hate Windows, it is so NOT nice!

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    Try this simple steps:

    1. Download all updates from Windows Update
    2. DON'T USE INTERNET EXPLORER! User Firefox or Opera
    3. Download McAffee Site-Advisor for Firefox and NoScript
    4. Use a good AV and Firewall
    5. Use a Spyware remover tool, or better 2 of them: get Windows Defender for instant protection and Spybot for weekly scanning
    6. Open your eyes while browsing the internet. If you just click on "Yes" and "ok", no security software can help you

    good luck

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    what is porn?



    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    They have porn on the internet?

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    I think the most important piece of advice given so far was by lonestar - wisdom snippet number 6 to be precise.

    Being aware of what you're clicking on, what kind of pop-ups your clicking through, what files you're downloading and what kind of websites you're browsing is key. Obiviously experience is key, so really you just need to get used to being *careful*. Like he said, no security software can help you if you chose to be completely retarded when it comes to prevention, which, as the saying goes, is better than cure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caddymac View Post
    Go Mac!!! I hate Windows, it is so NOT nice!
    OK---I have had this Dell computer 6 weeks. say you were me and you find out this info--a bit err late .....and you NOW want a Mac. what would you do? please try be serious ....what exactly would you do...?

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    Get Firefox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ludolfo View Post
    OK---I have had this Dell computer 6 weeks. say you were me and you find out this info--a bit err late .....and you NOW want a Mac. what would you do? please try be serious ....what exactly would you do...?
    Dell computers are fine... and the fact that you've had some bad experiences with downloading spam/viri etc while perusing pornographyy shouldn't be cause for changing to a mac. Steve Jobs may disagree, but Windows based PCs, especially Dells, can function perfectly well if given the tiniest bit of attention in the form of preventative measures (such as the installation of anti-spam/virus programs) and a smidgen of, what is seemingly quite uncommon, common sense.

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    I've had a Dell for a long time and use Windows and IE without any problems. Of course I have Norton/Symantec anti everything installed on my PC. I also run Spybot and AdAware twice weekly.

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    OK, here's my 2 cents....... First off I would stay away from Symantec products. They are extremely CPU intensive, the installation alone is so invasive as far as the number of registry entries and the PC "foot print" that I consider it to be a virus in and of itself. It can be OK for inexperienced users but there is a better tool out there and it's free. It's called Avast and you can download the home edition and register it for free. They only ask that you register it every year and only one copy per person. More than that and they charge. If you're a business they charge. Only home users can register the free version. It's great software. I have recommended it to many of my family and friends and they all love this product. It's the HOME edition for your personal PC.

    http://www.avast.com/

    Another thing..... If you are really interested in browsing porn sites just look around JUB for a while, post a few threads to ask members for their favorites, pick out a few sites that you really like, you really can find plenty of free porn out there. Just randomly searching the web for free porn is asking for trouble. If you're ever prompted to install a "dialer" or other type of software when searching for and browsing for web sites, DO NOT just click "Yes" or "OK" and let it install unless you are 100% certain of what it is and whether or not you want it installed.

    There is plenty of help and advice for you here on JUB. Good luck to you and don't give up...... we all had to start somewhere.

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    Here is a creative solution that I post from time to time, just to annoy everyone.

    Download the Knoppix iso : http://www.knoppix.net/get.php

    Burn the iso image to a blank CD as bootable.

    When you plan to surf, boot the Knoppix CD and surf from there. Knoppix boots and runs entirely from the CD-ROM. It does not install to the hard drive, so it leaves your Windows installation completely intact and untouched. Because it's Linux, it is essentially 100% free of viruses and malware. If you have >800 MB RAM, you can load the entire OS and all applications into RAM, which means that it absolutely screams, performance-wise. It also offers a slick, intuitive graphical interface which is more functional than Windows. More stable, too.

    No viruses. No adware. No malware. No interference with your Windows setup. Much faster performance. Much more intuitive interface. No worries.

    Oh yeah..............it's also FREE!!

    When existing and former US presidents were offered the choice between Windows and Knoppix, four out of five agreed Knoppix was the better choice! {Only one - George W. Bush - failed to switch enthusiastically to Knoppix. Bush preferred to "Stay the course" with Windows, even though it kept breaking down and was giving him a lot of headaches.}

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    Mac Linux blah blah blah

    I've been a PC and Windows man for over ten years and only once have I been infected with spyware and never by a virus and I surf all kinds of porn and warez sites. BTW I'm a FF user only for the last two years but I'd still only use FF.

    lonestar gave the best advice:

    6. Open your eyes while browsing the internet. If you just click on "Yes" and "ok", no security software can help you

    Use Limewire or blogs and scan files you're unsure of.

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    ^ You could probably get yourself elected president of the United States if you put your mind to it, noel.

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    Hey T-Rexx I resemble that incineration ;-)

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    Re: PROBLEMS surfin PORN....help!!

    I surf porn all over the internet and I NEVER get trojans, viruses, or spyware -- either that or my security software is lying to me. Anyways, my computer seems pretty healthy.

    Here's what I do: from a Windows 2000 Pro OS, I browse using Firefox (believe me, half the battle's won if you only use Firefox as your browser), after finishing each session on the internet I close the program and clear out all cookies and temp internet caches using CCleaner (free). Once a week a scan my entire hard drive for viruses using AVG Free Edition (free) and for spyware or malware using Webroot's Sypsweeper ($25.00). I supplement Spysweeper scans with occasional scans using Spybot Search and Destroy and AdAware (both free). I also have a firewall up whenever I'm online -- Sunbelt Kerio Personal Firewall ($17 per year subscription -- free trial period). Some sites will not load when the firewall is up, in those cases I temporarily disable the firewall, download the site, then put the firewall back up again.

    I will say that since I started cleaning after every internet session using CCleaner, none of my scans for spyware or viruses have turned up anything. Nada, using four different scanning programs. That's probably because a lot of problems reside in cookies, which CCleaner gets rid of after you're finishing surfing.

    So that' how I do it. Good luck.

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    Re: PROBLEMS surfin PORN....help!!

    Trexx, what a great idea about running Knoppix from a cd...
    Ludolfo, browsing a lot of "free" porn sites you are bound to get viruses and drive by downloads, esp. if you use IE and you dont have your windows updated.
    Make sure you update windows the second tuesday of each month, or turn on automatic updates. Install and use Firefox as your default browser and Thunderbird as an alternative to Outlook.
    If you have broadband, install a router that will act as a hardware firewall between you and the internet.
    Windows Defender isn't bad actually, you can use that for your spyware.
    gewhite3 is right about Norton, bloated system hog software. I like Avast as well.
    Follow all the other common sense already expressed about not clicking OK on stuff that pops up during porn sessions. Don't click OK on "that special codec" you "need" to view some porn clip or something, if it doesnt play already on WMV, flash, quicktime, or realplayer you dont need to watch it.

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    I use SpywareDoctor and AdAware. Do you guys have an opinion on these? I also clear my temp internet files and cookies every time I finish surfing.

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