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Identity Theft Secrets Videos
Tapping your cell phone. Could your cell phone be tapped without you knowing about it? Consider these questions. Have you ever called your bank and given your social security or credit card or debit card numbers over the phone? Have you ever called a catalog company and placed an order using your debit or credit card? Now imagine someone has been listening to the conversation.
The most important thing to remember when sharing information online is to . . .
Passwords are essential for keeping your online information safe from identity theft so it is important to follow three simple instructions for creating, using and storing your passwords.
One video that can help you this holiday season is “Safer Shopping On-Line.” In this video, Google . . .
Security for web applications? Why do I need to think about security for my web-based apps? Well, whether you’re building it in PHP or Perl, Ajax or ASP, you will likely be collecting the private information of your users. So, whether you’re helping your web-based users use an application for photo sharing, or offering them free web-based classes, you need to have a plan in place so that the security of your web-based application won’t be compromised.
AARP and Google came together to talk about how to protect your computer, and how to keep your personal information off of the Internet. Have you ever Googled or used other search engines to find out what is posted on-line about you? What if you don’t like what you find– what do you do?
An Arlington, VA resident who believed he had erased all of the information on his hard drive was shocked to learn that within minutes, experts had found both his and his wife’s social security numbers.
For those of you who want to protect the confidential as well as the sentimental, you may want to consider a security suite that offers comprehensive coverage in a single protection product, which makes suites a money saver all around. . .
phishing was coined described e-mail scams where identity thieves were “fishing” for personal information like names, addresses, birthdates, social security numbers or account numbers. As opposed to the sport where one casts out bait to see what they can catch, spear fishing is sport where a specific fish is targeted for spearing. E-mil spear phishing is a scam that sends out mass phishing e-mails that target a small group of people. . .