Yep! It finally strike them that it does not matter how safe you make a system (not that Windows is the safest system around – but it’s over Apple for example http://news.softpedia.com/news/Macs-Are-Probably-Easier-to-Hack-than-Windows-PCs-Notorious-Hacker-Says-155507.shtml ) the human that uses the system will finally have the final word!
With this book (yeah it’s a book – it has 12 chapters) Microsoft tries to educate the young and the old by telling different stories and little bits of computer related histories. It’s a good read and should be handed to any computer user (not only the Windows ones) as it familiarizes the person with terms like computer virus / phishing / passwords / spam/ etc.
Bellow I’ve pasted the Table of Contents so it could give you an idea on what can you find in the book:
Chapter 1: Protect Your Turf
Chapter 2: Know Your Villains
Chapter 3: Nasty “ware”
Chapter 4: Hackers and Crackers
Chapter 5: Taking SPAM Off the Menu
Chapter 6: Cyberbullies
Chapter 7: Phishing for Dollars
Chapter 8: Safe Cyber Shopping
Chapter 9: Browsers Bite Back
Chapter 10: Private Blogs and Public Places
Chapter 11: Going Social
Chapter 12: Friends, Creeps and Pirates
Chapter 13: Any Port in a Storm
Chapter 14: Look Pa, No Strings!
Chapter 15: Getting Help
Chapter 16: Tweaks
Appendix A: A Note to Parents
The document came online on the 9th of September 2010 and is available here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=87583728-ef14-4703-a649-0fd34bd19d13&displayLang=en