With children ranging in ages from 17-6 I’ve found that somethings work for keeping the older children safe online and some things work well for keeping the younger children safe online, especially while they are sending and receiving email. One of my favorite tools so far I have found for the younger children is Kids Email.org.
Many people rely on online financial institutions for a number of services. You may have your IRA account, life insurance, and at least one bank account through an online company that doesn’t have physical offices. Without passwords . . .
We cannot say for certain whether this was a hack or an outage but we can assume that many consumers will be questioning the security and stability of GoDaddy for some time to come. If it’s true, he has completed one of the largest successful hacks in history.
According to Antisec, “Oh yes we did.” The hacktivist group says that it not only did it but that the proof is in the publishing of one million of these codes online.
There are three basic steps that can help keep your internet and email activities safe:
Secure retailers are PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliant. If your credit card information is saved with a retailer that is not PCI compliant, you could be at risk.
If your child will be using Facebook will you be using universal protections methods like:
The FBI warns that “malicious actors are targeting travelers abroad through pop-up windows while they are establishing an Internet connection in their hotel rooms.”
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I’m all for advertising, but to me it is sort of like handing them my address book and saying, “Yeah here go and and spam them with email until the join.”