By each passing days, the potency and diversity of online threats is increasing and Internet Security is becoming more and more important. Howsoever smart, intelligent and updated security software you are using on your system, you can never be assured that your computer is totally safe and protected.

By each passing days, the potency and diversity of online threats is increasing and Internet Security is becoming more and more important. Howsoever smart, intelligent and updated security software you are using on your system, you can never be assured that your computer is totally safe and protected.

There are a lot of sites including Internet Security Blog, which try to impart awareness about these online threats and the ways and means to protect your system from them.

PCRisk.com is one such site, which has recently been launched and gaining popularity very fast. They have compiled a good database of some of the recent spyware and malware traces. You can click each link to open a new page, where you can find more details about the threat and also simple instructions to remove that malware from your computer in case your computer is infected from that malware. The database is alphabetic order, although I wished that the same could have been categorized in different sections for easy grasp and understanding.

They have a section dedicated to the review of some of the best antispyware and anti-malware suites. You can read the reviews before deciding about your favorite security suite. However, I must say that these reviews only portray the basic features and functionalities of the security suites and miss about the advanced details and features of the software. I was expecting a more rigorous reviews.

In the Internet Security News section of their website, you can find some well written articles on the hot topics of Internet Security. They will provide you some good understanding of the topic and help increasing the awareness about these issues.

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