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Are you sometimes confused with all the passwords you have? Well, US Biometrics has developed a unique way to log on to your your different programs secured by your finger print!

It’s called “The Q”. It’s a small devise that reads your finger print to log on to your different programs no matter how many passwords you have. All you do is touch the devise to read your finder print after you have installed “The Q”.

This eliminates the need to enter passwords, pins or user names for the many programs you may be using. Most people have all these passwords written down somewhere which could compromise your security by allowing someone access to them.

The devise works with most web sites and software applications and is easy to use. The cost is not expensive at only $39.99. You can order the devise over the net at: usbiometrics.com or by phone at: 1-877-theq.

I have not used this devise as yet so this blog IS NOT an endorsement but simply a note to check it out for yourself.


Posted on October 31st, 2006 at 05:06 by Alex Smith in computer security,Home Security - Comments (0)

It’s amazing how we can all fall into a sense of complacency about our security. It always happens to the “other guy” until some major event or happening comes close to us. Point in fact; We are relocating to another state and my wife asked me about some of the simple things we take for granted now: ambulance service, police or sheriff’s protection, all the utility shut-off locations, fire protection, hospitals & medical facilities, etc.

It made me realize I had to make out an entirely new plan of action for all of these and write them down. In case of an emergancy we could act in an orderly manner…..sometimes….seconds count. I recommend everyone up-date their emergency plans periodically and go over them with all the family members. Have a exit plan to leave the house for all locations and have a specific place to meet away from the home. You will know all the family members have cleared the home. Too often,people have gone back into the house looking for a family member or pet and have lost their lives unnecessarily.

Now the tip of the day: We had an electrical circuit malfunctioning in our newly purchased home. The home was built back in the eighties. Back then, installing wall outlets by pushing the wires into the back of the outlet was permissable. One of the outlets like this in our home had a poor connection using this method of installation which could have started a fire by arking inside the outlet. Hiring an electrician to re-wire your outlets using the wire screws to attach the wires to the outlet will make your home safer. According to safety laws, this method of wiring is the only way allowed when installing wall outlets today. THINK ABOUT IT.

Posted on October 23rd, 2006 at 06:05 by Alex Smith in Home Safety,wall plug safety - Comments (0)

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