Where is that naughty little phish?

Security advice for Artie MacStrawman

Several of the Macalope's astute and sexually dynamic readers asked him to hit this piece by Lance Ulanoff which essentially says Artie MacStrawman is teh stoopid and don't know nothin' 'bout no Intramanet suckurity.

Well, there's only so much jackassery even this mythical beast can take down, so he's going to punt this one to MacUser's Dan Moren, who able handles the task. While the horny one wouldn't recommend anyone buy a Norton product, he thinks Dan's emphasis on, oh, you know, not wildly clicking on every URL that the former aides to a Namibian president send across your transom is spot on.

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