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Adware


Adware delivers pop-up banners to a user's PC and in some cases it can also deliver mailicious code to the user's PC system. This code can track a user's personal information which is passed on to third parties, without the user's knowledge.
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Anti-virus software


Software which is designed to detect and remove viruses and potential threats from your computer. New viruses can spread very quickly, so you should ensure that your anti-virus software is always running and is updated on a regular basis - at least weekly.
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Broadband


A high-speed method of connecting to the Internet, faster than a traditional modem. The connection to the Internet is "always on" and can be used for telephone calls at the same time.
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Browsers


Browsers are software that provides a way to view web pages. (eg. Microsoft® Internet Explorer and Firefox®).
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Card Not Present


This is when the details on your card have been taken and used to make card not present transactions such as internet shopping, telephone or mail order transactions.
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Card not present


This is when the details on your card have been taken and used to make card not present transactions such as internet shopping, telephone or mail order transactions.
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clone


This is when your card has been copied at a cash machine or pay counter. Make sure you never let your cards out of your sight, especially in bars, restaurants and petrol stations.
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compromise


This is when the details on your card have been taken and used to make card not present transactions such as internet shopping, telephone or mail order transactions.
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Cookies


Cookies are small files stored on a computer's hard drive. Cookies are generally harmless and are used to recognise a user so that they can receive a more consistent experience at a website.
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counterfeit


This is when your card has been copied at a cash machine or pay counter. Make sure you never let your cards out of your sight, especially in bars, restaurants and petrol stations.
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