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#1 alan1205


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Posted 12 April 2009 - 09:09 AM


I'm new to this forum but have been around computers for some time - since pre windows days. Now we all store important data on our computers - photos, letters, business information, bank etails and so on - and it is important to keep it secure. If the hard disk on your computer fails have you got everything backed up or do you risk losing everything? As well as that there are now more hackers, virus writers and other 'digital evildoers' than ever before and their misdeeds are a threat to us all. They are a threat to your data and personal privacy.

Most of my posts in this forum are likely to be about digital security as it is my area of expertise, but I hope to take part in other discussions as well. Bleeping Computer looks to be a great community and I'm looking forward to taking part!

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Posted 12 April 2009 - 10:14 AM

Hi alan1205,

Welcome to Bleeping Computer, it's good to see you here.

If your unsure how this board works, please have a look in the New User Orientation forum.

There is also some most useful information in the Tutorials. :thumbsup:

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