Shaun

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Cybercrimes can be committed over the internet, the telephone, or a mobile network. Many government agencies, state agencies, businesses, schools, and other entities rely on the internet for day to day business practices. Then there are others who use the internet for individual use while others use the internet for criminal purposes. There are many different words for crime over the net, which include cybercrime, computer crime, e-crime, hi-tech crime and electronic crime. These words usually refer to criminal activity in which a computer or a network is the source, object, tool, or place of a crime. This is a list of things that I believe can be done to help protect yourself from hackers. 1. Tough passwords 2. Two-Part Authentication 3. Change Your Behavior 4. Consolidation 5. Back It Up
A computer is frequently used for private information that requires a password to access. Online accounts that require passwords can be at risk, especially in places where financial information is stored. Generally passwords with easily identifiable information, such as names and birthdays, should be avoided. Instead, people can protect against computer hackers by using a mix of numbers and letters in combinations that would be difficult for a hacker to figure out.
When you log on to many different computers, especially shared computers to access your email account, you are especially vulnerable to hackers. Many websites are moving toward two-step verification. Google is one. Essentially, it means that you need more than a password to log into a new account. If you use the service, you have to remember a password but also remember a special key that gets sent to you as a text.
At the end of the day, the reality of people that are aware of cybercrime will share little to nothing on the internet. The majority of us don’t want to go back to the pre-social…...

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