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Guide: Online Security Tips

Published on 2/22/2019
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Online security is becoming a very complex subject as the online world is growing every day. Growth in the online industry has both pros and cons. Online businesses and online opportunities should go hand in hand with online security tips in order to ensure that your online activities are secure.

There are several security tips that any online user need to know.

1. Make sure that you have a strong password. It is important to ensure that you create a password that has a variety of symbols, numbers, and letters that cannot be easily decoded.

Longer passwords are more secure when compared to short passwords. In case you have a problem with recalling your password, you can use online password managers programs. There are many free online programs you can use.

2. You should be aware of the people you meet online. In essence, you should not trust anyone you meet online with your computer or social media details. Some so-called online friends, especially the ones on social media networks can easily gain your trust and hack into your accounts with ease.

3. If you are a fan of online videos either the be games or movies, take care when downloading any videos. You should only download from reliable sources.

You should be very aware that a lot of scrupulous sites or sites that are not familiar to you as they can have a lot of computer viruses and malware. Before you decide to download a video, ensure that you have the latest and most secure downloading software.

It is important to note that the process of downloading a video does not need you to keep running an executable file.

4. In the case of children, make sure that they do not ignore the safety tips of sharing information online. In fact, you should encourage them not to share details online and let you know when someone is asking for them.

This creates safety awareness when your children are online. You should also be aware of and pay attention to the activities that your children engage in when they are surfing the net.

5. Having the latest antivirus is a crucial step for your online protection. Ensure that you have all the current software and antivirus updates and are keeping informed about online advancements within your browser (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc.). This helps your online security.

6. You need to have a current backup of your computer's system. There are always people out there that spend their time trying to compromise insecure computer systems and networks and then infect them with all manner of malware and virus that may steal your login details to your bank account, etc.

Investing some time each week to back up your computers systems is one of the major online security tips that you should not ignore.

Online security is a major issue in the current cyber world. Thus, keeping up to date with the latest online security trends and following the above online security tips will go along way to enhancing your online experience and ensure that you always remain safe.

Online Safety Tips - How To Protect Your Passwords

The online safety tips on protecting your passwords are necessary for all the online users. However, instead of using online safety tips many web surfers ignore the safety rules even if they know that there is a risk that some scam artist could grab their badly protected passwords and get into their important files.

It is a fact that even the youngest school kid might be able to get access to the passwords of their classmates, teachers, parents, and others.

If you don't protect your passwords, then it's very possible, your money disappears from your bank accounts, somebody using your identity suddenly turns up with an enormous debt that you are asked to pay, your secret files suddenly appear on Facebook or at your competitor, and the ideas and products you have been working so long time with are suddenly promoted by someone who luckily found them in your files.

So here are some online safety tips on how to protect your passwords.

The very first place to secure and protect your passwords and provide online safety is where you are in control: your own computer and the security you decide to provide there.

There are some absolutely obvious things to do that everybody knows, but still many online users ignore them.

1: Make your password as difficult as possible to hack.

The first mistake many online users make. They don't create a difficult to hack password. They put some numbers or letters and they think that is safe. the hackers are using new software and they can find your passwords in minutes!

2: Don't use the same password everywhere you need a password.

Many people use the same password every time they need to log-in in a site or in an account. They don't like to have many passwords or they get bored to do.
You need to create different passwords. It's very easy, there are many free programs that can create and save your passwords in a place.

3: Change your password often.

Some people change at least the important passwords to their bank accounts or special files once every second month. Other places you can secure yourself by changing the password two to four times a year.

4: Don't write your passwords, bank account numbers and like in emails, on Facebook and other Social Media.

5: Never tempt anybody by being careless at the ATM.

Always use the more secure enclosed ATM Machines.

How you protect your passwords does make a difference.

These online safety tips don't even cost you anything - only a few recurring actions from you a couple of times a year to protect your passwords.


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