Free Technology for Teachersby Richard Byrne/September 29, 2022 One of the best ways to protect your computer and network from malicious software is to simply avoid opening links that appear in your email from unfamiliar senders. Additionally, you should avoid clicking on links that you weren't expecting and those that just set off yourspidey senses. When you do come across a link that you think might be okay, but you're not entirely sure it is okay, you can check its safety withGoogle's Transparency Report Site Status tool without having to open the link your computer.
Inthis short videoI demonstrate how to use Google's Transparency Report Site Status tool to check the safety of URLs.
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