While business people invest in computer security (especially after data thefts become so frequent), computer users at home seem to be a mile behind. Security experts published results of recent survey that reveals home computers as the most vulnerable link of all machines plugged into World Wide Web. Insecure online behavior that large part of home users practise is even more dangerous if you take a look at it from a different angle. Those that aren’t computer literate at home are most likely to be unwise about computer security at work; that’s why this problem is big enough to mention.
According to survey results one in three persons using computer at home clicks links given on spam email messages. One in four home users had problems with computer infections at the time of reasearch; however 1 in 10 admitted they never updated security tools.