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With GB WhatsApp, it is not safe to share any personal information like banking credentials, passwords, or any other confidential information.
We always see “accept all cookies” on websites, but what are cookies? Are they safe?
There are 4 major categories of online spies namely: The government, cybercriminals, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) & advertising networks. Fortunately, there are several ways you can protect yourself against them!
Our phones are an extension of our brains these days. Don’t let just anyone in there
Has one of your friends or family member suddenly chatted you with mouth-watering crypto investment opportunity on Facebook, Instagram or WhatsApp? Or maybe you’ve a seen post on your timeline of someone saying something like, “Sorry everyone, my Facebook account was hacked!”
The creators of these quizzes want them to appear harmless. They want everyone to engage playfully with them. Because in truth, many are phishing attempts at your personal data.
- Imposter Websites: You may be following a solid tip from someone with a lot of expertise but still become a victim by accidently visiting a fake website. There's a surprising number of websites that have been set up to resemble original, valid startup companies. If there isn't a small lock icon indicating security near the URL bar and no "https" in the site address think twice.
Software updates are essential to not only keeping your digital devices running smoothly, but also for protecting you against cyber-attacks, malware, and other security holes.
There has been a lot of advice on the use of strong passwords, one of which includes the use of long and unique passwords for different accounts. Using long and unique passwords is great, but remembering them for each account sometimes becomes challenging especially when there are so many different accounts ranging from social media accounts to banking applications to email apps, etc.