Category Archives for "Internet Security"

Tips to increase your safety at internet

IT industry, internet and surfing have become an integrated and inevitable part of our lives years ago, thus learning how to use internet in a smart and safe manner is essential. You can never protect yourself completely or predict every possible threat, but there are some wise strategies you should apply to decrease the risk to minimum.

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Id Theft – How To Know If You Are A Victim 

We hear the term on the news, on commercials, but what is it really? Well, if you want to find out, then you are in the right place because we have made this article just to explain to people the real meaning of ID theft. In this article, you will not only find what is ID theft, but we will give you examples that will help you to realize if you were a victim of one. 

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Take Charge: Fighting Back Against Identity Theft 

It’s an increasingly common problem the 21st-century marketplace. Nearly everyone engages in remote purchasing, either online, by phone or mail order, and your virtual identity is the only connection between you and the seller.  Nowadays, everyone is using the power of the internet to purchase things, and unfortunately for that these stores need your personal information and your credit card number.

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Quick Facts About ID-Theft (For Consumers) 

ID theft is a big news item that is too often ignored by the typical consumer. Until it happens to them. Less and less business is being transacted ‘face to face’. Your ‘electronic persona’ is all that is needed to buy and sell these days. Once it has been duplicated by an identity thief, your on-line double can rack up lots of debt and create credit problems that may take months or even years to clean up. 

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Don’t Let Criminals Steal Your Identity 

The constant complaint of law enforcement officials worldwide is not how skillful their criminal adversaries are, but how much the public unwittingly plays into their hands. Unlocked doors, open windows, unsecured valuables, and generally making it easy for even a moderately competent criminal to target and acquire your property.  When it comes to laptop security people always think about security against some hackers who want to use the power of the internet to get inside of their laptop.

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