As you're probably aware by now, there are lots of great web sites out there and loads of online content that can educate and enrich your life.
Sometimes though accessing information online can be bad for your computer's health if the sites you visit contain or link to spyware, adware, spam and viruses.
Running Web Security Guard is like having your own personal digital bodyguard, warning you when the sites you visit might be dangerous and protecting you accordingly.
On the face of it the program is just another toolbar in your browser, albeit a comprehensive one. You get lots of useful tools such as a multisearch, eBay search, travel pages, yellow pages, white pages, games, and so on.
You can also bolt on lots of common desktop tasks and applications such as an MP3 player, RSS reader, screensaver, weather information, word-checkers, evidence eliminators and pop-up blockers, making it a pretty comprehensive system.
However, where this program differs from most other browser toolbars is in its security features. The program uses a range of clever methods to help ensure that you stay safe when surfing the web.
It offers customer reviews of sites and provides you with a description and threat rating of each site you visit, although these constant notifications can get annoying after a while.
If you're the kind of person who worries about the security of web sites then be sure to install Web Security Guard for complete peace of mind.