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Getting Vaccinated: Antivirus Software
To send an encrypted message to someone who meets all the requirements,
follow these steps:
1. While creating a message, click the Options tab at the top of the
message screen.
The Options Ribbon appears.
2. Click the arrow beside More Options.
The Properties dialog box appears.
3. Click the Security Settings button.
The Security Properties dialog box appears.
4. Select the Encrypt Message Contents and Attachments check box.
5. Click OK.
The Signing Data with Your Private Exchange Key dialog box appears.
6. Click Close.
Your message is encrypted.
When you get an encrypted message, the contents of the message don’t
appear in the Reading pane; you have to double-click the message to open it.
In fact, if you work in a big organization, your network may deliver the
message to you as an attachment to a serious-sounding message warning you
that encrypted messages can’t be scanned for viruses.
Getting Vaccinated: Antivirus Software
One of the biggest risks for every computer owner is a virus infection. You’ve
probably heard news reports about computer viruses that spread across
the Internet faster than a wildfire and to much worse effect. Every day new
viruses seem to appear, and each new virus gets sneakier about how it
wheedles its way into your system. Many viruses come to you through e-mail,
often appearing as e-mail messages that look like they’re from people you
know. Others sneak in through your browser when you’re surfing the web.
Most viruses only create a mild annoyance, but some are so destructive that
they can render your computer permanently useless and destroy all the work
you’ve created and left on that machine, then move on to all your friends’
computers and do the same to them.
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