- Keep your password secret and confidential, it is personal and non-transferable
Internet Access Safety Tips
- Make rational use of the Internet, to avoid affecting the developed functions and their productivity.
- For your own safety, always check the safety options of the visited site before giving out any personal information.
- Only carry out transactions on sites of institutions you consider to be reliable.
- Always type the desired address in your browser. Do not use links on third-party sites or links received by e-mail.
- Make sure the address presented in your browser corresponds to the site you really want to access
- Do not access e-commerce or Internet Banking sites through third-party computers (ex: in LAN Houses)
What is a safe website?
- The site address being typed must start with https:// (different from http:// in normal connections). The “s” before the colon indicates that the site in question is a safe connection
- Check if the lock icon is closed. If the lock icon is open, the connection is not safe
- When clicking on the lock icon, please check if the key utilized to encrypt information between your browser and the website is at least 128 bits.
Using the E-mail
- Never send messages to unknown recipients.
- Beware of messages containing unknown attachments, avoiding propagation of viruses or other malicious programs on the intranet.
- Beware of messages from unknown people, containing unknown matters, and delete them, so as to ensure intranet protection.
- Don’t run unknown and unexpected programs or files.
- Avoid peddling practices or propagation of doubtful information through the Internet.
- Avoid spam, immediately deleting the message and not forwarding it to other users.
Last Update: 30 July, 2009