Practical security for the home network

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Security is a tough subject. It’s no lie that hackers are usually a step ahead of your security countermeasures. There are so many opinions on how to use an antivirus, what antivirus to use and when to use it. There are those that swear by the antivirus and others that say it’s just a waste of CPU cycles. We won’t talk about antiviruses here though.

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