Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) January 08, 2010 -- Techtodd, ran by Todd W. Butler, has released a free mini-course entitled "Maximum Online Security For Home Computer Users Made Easy". This mini-course is designed to introduce the average home computer user to advanced techniques not widely known and rarely practiced using free computer security programs and tools. This will benefit the reader in helping them to maximize their home computer security to build a strong defense against online attacks from viruses, spyware, trojans, and malware. The user will ultimately save time, money, and stress because they will be using free computer security tools that will complement and reinforce each other to form a multi-layered wall of protection.
Security experts at http://www.stopthehacker.com released a study in December 2009 revealing that although most security experts recommend that online computer users implement some kind of antivirus software to protect against attack, that these same antivirus engines are not effective at detecting online malware threats and that consumers need to be warned of this.
Todd W. Butler has developed a solution to this problem that provides more security and saves the consumer time, money, and frustration compared to the time, money, and frustration spent on fighting the online security battle without this help. Some principles are well known to consumers such as using free antivirus software however users may not be aware of the best ways to use these tools to gain the maximum benefit. Included in the mini-course are additional principles that are rarely known or shared even among industry professionals to help the consumer reduce the quantity and intensity of future infections.
A few users have commented on his accomplishments as an instructor.
"He is very up to date on technology. He makes the class fun and you look forward to going. If you pay attention in class and work hard he will give you everything you need to go on. He also really helps you pass your exams." (Steve R. Kansas City, Missouri)
"Todd was extremely understanding and helpful. He taught us things no one has ever taught us before. Although the work was difficult he made it as smooth as possible." (Jamie A., Overland Park, Kansas, 06/26/07)
"Todd was a really caring teacher. He was really laid back, and he had a desire to teach. If you had the desire to learn, he would teach you. He also was a very morally sound person, someone that you could respect." (James E. Shawnee, Kansas, 12/14/05)
"Excellent in every way. This person is the perfect instructor. And a family man, too. If you pay attention and want to learn, he will do everything in his power to help." (Linda O., North Kansas City, Missouri, 01/04/04)
For more information please visit [http://www.nospyware4me.com] and enroll in the free mini-course.