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  1. #16
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    Great info! Thank you! Didn't know that 2-step verification can that bad!

  2. #17
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    To protect your data form any type of loss, you have to pay attention to a few things-
    1. Always keep an anti-virus in your system.
    2. Do not open the link in any kind of email.
    3. Do not open the mail in an unknown device.
    4. Stop mail immediately when not in use.
    5. Avoid using public Wi-Fi.

  3. #18
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    It is no coincidence that rates of hacking, digital identity theft, and other forms of cybercrime are on the rise. We're more vulnerable to hackers because of the growing number of devices, including our phones, laptops, tablets, and other countless free third-party apps. So A good and Antivirus is very essential for keeping our data safe. A good antivirus softwares is the security person at the gate preventing unwanted persons from entering. Prevention is much more effective than cure, so itís better to have a system in place designed to detect and prevent virus attacks than having to spend time and money repairing infected machines. After Some hard searches for antivirus on google, I found this https://techloris.com/it/best-antivirus/ guide which evaluated top antiviruses so that you can choose according to your need.

  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by linasmith View Post
    To protect your data form any type of loss, you have to pay attention to a few things-
    1. Always keep an anti-virus in your system.
    2. Do not open the link in any kind of email.
    3. Do not open the mail in an unknown device.
    4. Stop mail immediately when not in use.
    5. Avoid using public Wi-Fi.
    Thank you so much for these detailed points!

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    hello. I know the platform that I choose to securely create cloud applications, track them for current threats, and receive alerts when threats occur.

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    I'm not sure about the reliability of this platform...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Besetsild View Post
    Hey. Since it is Cyber Security Awareness month I've decided to take extra steps in defending myself online. I've researched various articles like this and such and gathered many tips. So I want to know what you guys and gals are doing to protect yourself? I use HTTPS Everywhere, Privacy Badger and uBlock Origin plugins, NordVPN with CyberSec turned on, ProtonMail for mail, use Incognito mode very frequently. I think I'll keep my files in a cloud-based storage too. And of course 2 step authentification where possible. What do you use? I'm curious.
    Tip #1 - You are a target to hackers.
    Tip #2 - Keep software up-to-date.
    Tip #3 - Avoid Phishing scams - beware of suspicious emails and phone calls.
    Tip #4 - Practice good password management.
    Tip #5 - Be careful what you click.
    Tip #6 - Never leave devices unattended.
    Tip #7 - Safeguard Protected Data.

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