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This site is operated by independent scientologists and is neither endorsed by, nor associated or affiliated with the corporate company
known as the Church of Spiritual Technology or its companies and churches such as the Religious Technology Centre,
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    As with other activities the introduction of the Internet has caused a massive growth of the Scientology Independent zone due to the ease of communication and rapid spread of information. Along with this fantastic and useful growth is the spectre of viruses and the security problems inherent in a fast communications system.

    Here are some guidelines with regard to security and safety, which may be of value to you in your quest for knowledge.


    For a secure email serrvice try unseen

    unseen.is is available for every operating system and has many security and privacy advantages. You can get a free acclount or a Premium account.



    Upgrade to Firefox, a better web browser

    Mozilla Firefox is available for almost every operating system and has many security and privacy advantages. Try "tabbed browsing". Manage your cookies. Block pop-up windows. The features are many, but the cost is low - in fact free.


    Do not click links in unsolicited email messages

    Viruses can be delivered to your computer by simply looking at a web page using a vulnerable web browser.

    Windows Update

    Keep your operating system and applications updated

    Use Windows Update to make sure you have the latest security patches installed. Also check for updates to your application programs, especially Microsoft Office.


    Use an Anti-Virus program

    If you follow all the recommendations, then a virus will have difficulty in infecting your machine. Single home users may want to try Grisoft''s AVG free edition. There are several other popular Anti-Virus programs available.

    Do not run untrusted applications

    Running any program that arrives via email or that was downloaded from the Internet can be dangerous. Only run applications that you wish to grant complete access to your computer and the data contained on it.

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