July 2008

It’s officially summertime. And lazy, school-free summer days mean that more kids and teens will inevitably find themselves at home and exploring on the family PC. When it comes to young web users, online safety has a set of best practices of its own. Keep reading to find out.

Also in this issue: make sense of the rash of dangerous SQL injections plaguing the Web with our Bad Behavior article. Another not to be missed news bit – we’re giving our LN readers the inside look at Lavasoft Anti-Virus Helix, set to be released this month!

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First Look: Lavasoft Anti-Virus Helix
An exclusive sneak peek at our upcoming virus solution.

The ABCs of Children’s Online Safety
The facts you should know about young web users.

10 Tips for Secure Family Computing
Avoid common mistakes that put the whole family at risk.



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New Targets in Detection
Protect your privacy with a complete list of new targets for June 2008.

Threat Check
Find out which threats have been creating the most buzz among Ad-Aware users this past month.

Bad Behavior
There are many online nasties to choose from when it comes to behaving badly. Read about our pick for July – SQL injection attacks.

   
 
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78Percentage of teens between the ages of 12 and 17 who use the Internet. More than half of online kids – 61 percent – use the Internet on a daily basis.
Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project

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