Free Computer Security 101 Class
If you are totally confused by the technology, terminology and acronyms associated with information security this class is for you. This is a 10-part course plus a Final Exam which will be sent directly to your email each day. Click here to sign up and begin.
Computer Security 101: Lesson 1
This is the first of a 10-part series by your Guide, Tony Bradley, to provide a foundation for Internet users to decipher the many acronyms and learn the how's and why's of securing their computers against unauthorized access.
Computer Security 101 - Lesson 1 Quiz
If you want to test your knowledge of the subject matter covered in Computer Security 101 - Lesson 1 then take this quiz.
Computer Security 101: Lesson 2
This is the second article in a 10-part series designed to provide a basic understanding of the terminology, acronyms and technology used to communicate on the Internet. This lesson covers Protocols, TCP/IP, DHCP and NAT.
Computer Security 101 - Lesson 2 Quiz
Have you learned what you need to know about DHCP, TCP/IP, NAT and other fun Internet acronyms? Try this quiz and find out.
Computer Security 101: Lesson 3
The third lesson of the series. This lesson covers Ports, TCP (Transmission Control Protocol), UDP (User Datagram Protocol) and Firewalls.
Computer Security 101 - Lesson 3 Quiz
Now that you have learned about ports and firewalls and the TCP and UDP protocols, take the quiz to see how much you really know.
Computer Security 101: Lesson 4
The 4th in a 10-part series called Computer Security 101. This lesson covers email viruses, hidden file extensions and email spoofing.
Computer Security 101 - Lesson 4 Quiz
Take the Lesson 4 Quiz to find out how much you know about spreading malicious code through email and how to protect yourself.
Computer Security 101: Lesson 5
The 5th of a 10-part series called Computer Security 101. This lesson focuses on active scripting, cross-site scripting (xss), instant messaging (IM), Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networking and packet sniffing.
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