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Cyber warnings for buyers and sellers:

Crime prevention strategies that allow the Internet to provide users a virtual space the title is as follows in 12 cases:

  1. Use strong passwords

Use a different password for different accounts, and write their users for more complex and the combination of letters, numbers, special characters (at least 12 characters), you must also change your password regularly.

  1. Personal Computer Security:

A: Enable your firewall:

Firewall (firewall) are the first line of cyber defense and connect them to unknown sites or blocking dummy against some viruses and hackers, and keep you there

B: Use anti-virus software

Prevent viruses from infecting your computer by installing and regularly update anti-virus software

C: prevent spyware attacks: to prevent the infiltration of spyware into your computer by installing and updating intelligence software.

Understanding social - media

Make sure that your social media profiles (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube msn…) for your privacy and security settings checked set. Be careful about the information they post on the Internet is because they are there forever.

 

Securing mobile devices:

Be aware that your device vulnerable to viruses and hackers, download applications from trusted sources do applicability

 

Install the latest firmware update:

Applications and operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux…) keep current with the latest system update, automatic updates, and auto-old software to prevent possible attacks.

 

Protect your data:

Use encryption for sensitive files such as tax returns or financial records, and .save them in another location

 

The security of your wireless network:

Wi-fi network at home is vulnerable if its security is not achieved properly there is the possibility to influence it, check and modify the default settings required, as public Wi-Fi avoided of large financial transactions on these networks

 

Electric protect personal identity:

In giving personal information such as name, address, telephone number or financial information on the Internet use caution. Make sure Web sites are secure (when shopping online) or that you've activated your privacy settings (when you use social networks)

 

Avoid getting scammed:

Always before you click on a link or file or unknown origin, think. Always feeling pressured by any email, check the source of the call. When in doubt, never to emails that ask you to source your information or an ID check the end-user or password are not the answer.

 

Call the right person to help:

Not to worry, if you're a victim of the computer crimes, identity theft or commercial fraud, you have to report your location cyber police.

 

Recommendations Cyber Alert:

Online payments via the bank interface to its security guidelines.

 

Identifying phishing pages:

According to the Web account (payment gateway) to carry out financial transactions online

An example of spoofed addresses:

www.bannk.com
www.baanck.com

The main address of the site must use security protocols. As: https://www.bank.com

Make sure you go to subtle changes in the pages of the site may be similar to the original site design and provided Fisher user.

This phishing sites may charge cheap titles, an incredible discount and are publicly available.

What we have not had internet shopping?????? Naturally "Not so we must carefully these points:

  1. be careful to the payment page and enter the site address manually

HTTPS

  1. be suspicious if only the port address is not according to the protocol
  2. Use computer or site virtual keyboard to insert numbers (including card number, online, password, and password expiration date) use. Cvv2 second or card.

Enter the security code that is: make sure the security code is not image and changeable, use refresh button to change letters to be evident that, if it did not change the site is fake.

Cyber Police addition to controlling and monitoring the sites that provide free advertising services and online stores, as well as recommendations to prevent users declares

  1. If an online store logo made by some organizations the credibility of a website Grant, credit must be used and compare it to ensure it is not counterfeit.

 

15 security tips for the best online shopping:

  1. Make sure you’re buying from a real online address
  2. Access secure shopping sites that protect your information
  3. Stay safe using secure connections
  4. Update your browser, antivirus and operating system.
  5. Withdrawals from account control
  6. Use antivirus protection for your PC
  7. Bulletproof your system against cybercriminals
  8. Enhance system security against cyber criminals
  9. Don’t fall for their tricks
  10. Do not purchase from spam or phishing emails
  11. Keep track of your purchase with a secure password manager
  12. Online stores do not require too much personal information.
  13. Keep proof of purchase to the time required
  14. Buy from a mobile device, not from PC
  15. The use of a payment system or deposited into a seller personal account or factory which you buying from them.

 

ONLINE SHOPPING:

It's important to take steps to protect yourself when shopping online.

 

 

Online Shopping Tips:

A: read and study a new website to buy

B: Most cybercriminals try to by links in emails, posts and texts to steal your information or infect your machine to pay.

C: When shopping online make sure you only pay the required fill that information is collected           to complete the transaction.

D: Credit cards are generally the safest option buyers.

 

Wi-Fi buying public:

Now you see me, now you don’t: Some stores and other locations look for devices with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth turned on to track your movements while you are within range. Disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when not in use.

 

Basic Safety and Security Tips:

Keep a clean machine: Keep all web-connected devices ‒ including PCs, smartphones and tablets ‒ free from malware and infections by running only the most current versions of software and apps.

Lock down your login: Fortify your online accounts by enabling the strongest authentication tools available, such as biometrics, security keys or a unique one-time code through an app on your mobile device. Your usernames and passwords are not enough to protect key accounts like email, banking and social media.

Make your password a sentence: A strong password is a sentence that is at least 12 characters long. Focus on positive sentences or phrases that you like to think about and are easy to remember (for example, “I love country music.”). On many sites, you can even use spaces!

Unique account, unique password: Having separate passwords for every account helps to thwart cybercriminals. At a minimum, separate your work and personal accounts and make sure that your critical accounts have the strongest passwords.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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