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Total Defense Premium Internet Security - 5 User

$50.00 - MIR for $50.00 = FREE.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16832413422
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Fake?

Edited by Quote, 22 November 2012 - 04:55 AM.

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Fake?

What's fake?
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That? I don't trust it.
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It's a link to a very popular and reputable online store in the US.

Quote, do a little more research before making outrageous claims.
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That? I don't trust it.

It's a link to a very popular and reputable online store in the US.

Quote, do a little more research before making outrageous claims.

I wasn't sure if he was referring to the software as being fake, the offer, me, etc. Was starting to wonder if maybe the software package was something considered bad/unreliable. :lol:
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opened right up for me


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i never heard of this application before, It might be new.


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Total Defense Premium Internet Security working best


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Total Defense Premium Internet Security - 5 Devices, Annual Subscription Executive Summary

People are what ultimately hold the Internet together. The Internet’s development has been based on voluntary cooperation and collaboration. Cooperation and collaboration remain the essential factors for the Internet’s prosperity and potential.

Collaborative Security is an approach that is characterized by five key elements:

  • Fostering confidence and protecting opportunities: The objective of security is to foster confidence in the Internet and to ensure the continued success of the Internet as a driver for economic and social innovation.
  • Collective Responsibility: Internet participants share a responsibility towards the system as a whole.
  • Fundamental Properties and Values: Security solutions should be compatible with fundamental human rights and preserve the fundamental properties of the Internet — the Internet Invariants.
  • Evolution and Consensus: Effective security relies on agile evolutionary steps based on the expertise of a broad set of stakeholders.
  • Think Globally, act Locally: It is through voluntary bottom-up self-organization that the most impactful solutions are likely to reached.

Introduction

Any cybersecurity framework needs to start with an understanding of the fundamental properties of the Internet (open standards, voluntary collaboration, reusable building blocks, integrity, permission-free innovation and global reach (“the Internet Invariants) and an appreciation of the complexity of the cybersecurity landscape. It should be premised on fostering trust and protecting opportunities for economic and social prosperity. Furthermore, real security on the Internet can only be realised within a broader context of trust and respect of fundamental human rights and values, such as privacy.

Achieving security objectives, while preserving these fundamental properties, rights and values is the real challenge of cybersecurity strategy. The design and implementation of security solutions should be undertaken with consideration as to the potential effect they might have these fundamentals.

Everyone has a collective responsibility for the security of the Internet: multistakeholder cross-border collaboration is an essential component.

Commercial competition, politics and personal motivation play a role in how well collaboration happens. But, as collaborative efforts have demonstrated, differences can be overcome to cooperate against a threat. Such voluntary as-needed “working for the benefit of everyone” collaboration is remarkable for its scalability and its ability to adapt to changing conditions and evolving threats, yielding unprecedented efficacy.

Informed by these reflections, we introduce the term “Collaborative Security” to describe our approach for tackling Internet security issues.

 

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