Tuesday, 28 October 2014

What Does ‘Web’ Really Means in Context of the Internet?

Posted by Tom Riddle | 00:11 Categories:
The internet has blessed our lives in a variety of ways. However, there is an extremely dark side of it. Since we have started living in the cyber world, we do not have any sort of privacy, either as an individual or as a business. However, you can somehow save yourself from that cruel internet world by following some simple steps. When Tim Barners-Lee was looking to revolutionize the world with this amazing technology, he was in search of a noun for it. Ultimately, he ended up calling it ’web’ and now it seems like there cannot be any other better noun for this technology.

The inventor took this name having an idea that his invention will organically link the people all around the world. However, he might have forgotten the other aspect of it. Spiders use their web to capture the preys and kill them to feed themselves. The internet is now acting similar to the spiders’ web. The internet is being used by crooks to capture their preys, hurt them digitally and feed their accounts from their victims’ financial resources. The interesting fact about this humungous web is that about 2 million people have been trapped in it willingly and many of them think that they can easily get out of this whenever they want, which is just a good thought.

Now, as you are aware of the fact that you have been trapped in the web, now, what can you do to keep the big hunting spider away from you? Well, the best thing you can do to keep your personal information secured, you need to wear an armor, I mean use encryption and for that, you can use Folder Lock. Otherwise, you are just in a que of becoming a feast for the data thieves, either you will be attacked just now, or a bit later, but, you will be attacked, so be ready and be careful.

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