Some basic strategies for safe and private web browsing

Some basic strategies for safe and private web browsing


  1. Spam email filtering

Spam email introduces web links or attachments in emails that entice your users to click potentially introducing viruses/malware on business computers/networks. These spam emails can also redirect your employees to websites where they offer up information (either personal or business) that should remain private or confidential.

  1. Internet content filtering

An effective web content filtering solution is essential for because granting your employees unfettered access to the Internet opens your company to a multitude of problems.

  • Security: Grave risk to the companies’ security.
  • Legal Trouble: Liability of inappropriate content.
  • Productivity: Loss of employee productivity due to Internet abuse.


  1. Use private browsing options for your browser

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome

Internet Explorer

  1. User alternate web browser

WhiteHat Aviator – blocks holes through which most malicious sites infect your computer. It cuts out all ads and disables the media autoplay.

  1. VPN (virtual private network) web browsing
  • VPN cloaks and encrypts your signal, making your online activity completely illegible to any eavesdroppers.
  • VPN manipulates your IP address, making you appear to come from a different machine/location/country.


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