McAfee SiteAdvisor

Today we have a lot of various sorts of webpages and websites on the internet and everything is so topsy-turvy. We have absolutely no idea what sites are safe from viruses, adware, spam, and even fraudulent acts. An unsuspecting internet user could be mislead into revealing her e-mail and PayPal account passwords and usernames thinking that the site is legally safe.

The internet could be a pretty unsafe places as thieves could just hide anywhere under the disguise of a respectable website. So how can you protect yourself from online viruses, adware, spam, and fraud? It's very simple! Just download the McAfee SiteAdvisor for free and you can be safe from unsafe sites.

With McAfee Advisor past users of a website could easily report if a website spams, has viruses, adware, spyware, browser exploit, excessive pop-ups, fraud/phishing, scam, and even bad shopping experience plus a detailed explanation why.

I myself could testify that McAfee Advisor had saved me time and effort as it told me that one site that I plan to register in was just a scam. So if I were you guys, you should get your free download now and protect yourself from identity theft, spammers, and all other negative elements on the net.

1 comment:

deborah.salmi said...

An alternative is a people-driven solution called Web of Trust. WOT is a tool for website reputation rating that lets Internet users share their knowledge of websites. The ratings are based on standards of trustworthiness, vendor reliability, privacy and child safety.

There are some differences between WOT and SiteAdvisor. WOT gets it site reputation data from two sources; users of the WOT community and trusted sources such as listings of phishing sites. Reputation data is recalculated every 30 minutes, so it is fresh. Many Internet users who have used WOT and SiteAdvisor have noticed that the user driven approach often gives more accurate ratings than automated ones employed by SiteAdvisor. Furthermore, WOT provides also reputation regarding "vendor reliability" and "child safety", where human input is crucial.

Please give it a try. Web of Trust