Join us Wednesday September 14, 2016 at 6:30 PM for “How to Protect Your Security & Privacy on the Internet: What You’re Up Against and the Tools to Fight It” presented by Jim Patterson.

While not necessarily traditionally “Esoteric” – still critically important, and presented due to popular demand . . . .

Did you know if you use a Windows computer, every single web site you’ve ever visited since turning on that computer is recorded in multiple secret, hidden files?  And . . . they can’t be deleted even if you know how to find them?  And . . .  deleting temporary internet files and cookies does nothing to erase that history?

Did you know that when you visit a website, there can be 10, 20, 30+ companies who record the fact you visited that site as well as others so they can feed you specific targeted advertisements?  Do you want these companies tracking your every movement while surfing the web?

Are you aware there is incredible 100% FREE software available to you that will protect you and your computer from attacks, viruses, malware, and tracking while you’re surfing the web? You don’t have to spend a dime for years and years of safe and secure web browsing!

Would you want to find out the best practices for not falling victim to spam, phishing & spoofing – endangering your computer and private information?

If this interests you, bring your laptop to the next LES meeting on Sept. 14 and you’ll discover what’s really happening when you surf the web, and lots of tips and free software to download/install to stop the insanity.  We have free WIFI at our meeting room so you’ll be able to download, install and use these tools live and in real time during the meeting.

If you don’t have a laptop, you’ll see exactly how it’s done and get written instructions to take home and use at your leisure. If you can, bring your laptop and power cord and be ready for some real-time tech fun!

All sincere seekers are welcome.  $10 for attendees who are not pre-paid members;  No charge for LES pre-paid Members.


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