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With all the complicated, large-scale attacks taking place on the Internet, it’s easy to overlook something much more basic. Computer viruses continue to grow both in number and sophistication, and with them grows the likelihood that your computer will become infected, unless you’re protected.
Are there cookies that really last 30 years? Yes, but sadly we’re not talking about Oreo’s in space-age vacuum packaging.
Imagine this scenario: You get a gorgeous new car. You have all the options available. Every possible feature that exists is on this baby. You’ve got the pearl-coat paint, the personalized license plate… this car is a reflection of you. It’s your “it” car.
Do you lock it when you’re not driving, or do you leave the keys to your baby in the ignition, or worse yet, in the door? Of course not! But people do that every day with their digital lives when they use weak passwords.
So you bought your new home computer and a wireless router, hooked everything up out of the box and you’re ready to go… or are you?
According to recent industry statistics, millions of Americans fall prey to phishing scams every year.
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Hackers and other online criminals are getting more sophisticated every day. Having strong passwords for your accounts has never been more important. While it is not practical to use a random series of letters and numbers, there is an easy way to create a similarly strong password that is still fairly easy to remember.
Smart phones are getting smarter. Not only can they make calls, but they can be used for video conferencing, email and GPS navigation.
Many phones on the market today have a web browser built in. Through these, you can access many of the web-based email providers so you can send and receive emails on the go. While there is definitely some risks that your email may intercepted as it flies over the phone network, it’s the phone itself, where you can store your email, that poses the most danger.