Three extremely easy tips to improve your browser security


Activating your browsers automatic updates can ensure that your computer isnt vulnerable tounnecessary security gaps. (File photo, 02/08/2017. Please credit: Andrea Warnecke / dpa.) Photo: Andrea Warnecke/dpa-tmn/dpa

The default settings for most browsers don’t offer users a high level of security. However, there are some quick and easy ways to make your gateway to the Internet slightly more resilient against attacks and data theft.

Here are three to get you started.

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