Date : 11 November 2006
Dear Valued client,
Here are a few tips that can be helpful in enhancing your Internet Security.
1. Memorize your
2. If you must write down your new password because you are afraid to forget it,
a. Never write your username and your password on the same piece of
b. Do not place a written copy of your password on the side of your
monitor, under your keyboard, etc.
c. Destroy the written copy as soon as you have memorized your password.
3. Do not disclose your password to anyone.
4. Change your password immediately if you disclose it to some one or you think
it has been compromised.
5. Do not allow anyone to look over your shoulder while you are entering your
6. Change your password often.
7. Avoid saving your password in programs like auto Dial-in, Auto email check or
any other programs which offer to save passwords.
8. Create a good (strong) password:
a. Include both uppercase and lowercase letters (case-sensitive).
b. Include both letters and numbers (alpha-numeric).
c. Do not include your login name, a.k.a. username, in any form
(as-is, reversed, capitalized, doubled).
d. Avoid words that can be found in a dictionary (including
foreign and technical dictionaries).
e. Do not use a password that has been given as an example of a
To Changing your password Follow this :
i. Go to
ii. Click Change Password
iii. Type your username in the "username" box
iv. Type Your existing password in the "old password" box
v. Type your new password in the "New Password" and "Verify New
vi. Then Click Change Password Button
Anti Virus Tips
1. Do not open any files attached
to an email from an unknown, suspicious or untrustworthy source.
2. Do not open any files attached to an email unless you know what it is, even
if it appears to come
from a dear friend or someone you know. Some viruses can
replicate themselves and spread through email.
Better be safe then sorry.
3. Do not open any files attached to an email if the subject line is
questionable or unexpected.
4. Delete chain emails and junk email. Do not forward or reply to any to them.
5. Do not download any files from strangers.
6. Exercise caution when downloading files from the Internet. Ensure that the
source is a legitimate and reputable one.
If you are uncertain, don't download the file at all or download
the file to a floppy and test it with your own anti-virus software.
7. Save your files on partition other than your windows partition (usually C:).
8. Avoid giving your email address on web pages or forms that ask for your
9. Update your anti-virus software regularly. Over 500 viruses are discovered
10. Back up your files on a regular basis. If a virus destroys your files, at
least you can replace them with your back-up copy.
You should store your backup copy in a separate
location from your work file, one that is preferably not on your computer