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Identifying Dangerous Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities

March 8th 2016 by
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Having a secure Wi-Fi networking is crucial to keeping your privacy secure.  The threat of hackers taking advantage of unsecured home networks is a real danger, as seen in the case of security defects among Asus routers.  However, you can take measures to keep your network secure. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) claims that despite Asus claiming that their routers could protect computers from unauthorized access, hacking and virus attacks, the routers had vulnerabilities that allowed hackers to access them.  Not only could hackers remotely log in to the router, they could also access user files that contained sensitive material,…

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Keep Mobile Banking Secure

February 26th 2016 by
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In the ever evolving world of mobile devices, mobile banking is becoming more widely used. As a result, everyone who uses mobile banking is putting themselves more at risk for having information stolen; however, there are ways to prevent becoming a victim. A high number of people who use smartphones are also using mobile banking due to its ease and convenience. Just like banking on a computer, this puts consumers at risk to having personal information stolen along with their money. However, an article posted to foxbusiness.com explains that mobile banking is more secure than banking from a computer because…

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Don’t Take Texting for a Walk

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February 19th 2016 by
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Searching YouTube for videos of distracted smartphone users embarrassing themselves due to their lack of attention is becoming less of an internet sensation and more of a scary reality. Physical injuries have been increasing over the last 10 years due to distracted users being unaware of their surroundings. In a parking garage in San Francisco, Manny Fiori’s job is to protect distracted smartphone users from being involved in automobile accidents when they are too “busy” to watch out for themselves. Fiori’s job involves calling out orders and putting his arms out to prevent pedestrians from walking into oncoming traffic and…

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Keep Your Passwords Protected

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January 23rd 2016 by
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Password concerns are growing as hackers develop more advanced ways of accessing people’s various accounts. Passwords that are not secure put you at risk of becoming a victim of identity theft and you can also lose access to your accounts. Creating not only lengthy, but also secure passwords can help reduce the chance of your accounts being hacked. In an attempt to create more secure passwords, many people are making passwords longer, but these passwords are often too simple. Also, basic passwords such as “123456” and “password” are high on the list of the worst passwords presented by SplashData. SplashData…

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ATM Fraud is on the Rise this Season

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December 1st 2015 by
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The holidays are a time of giving and being thankful for loved ones. Unfortunately, however, with the sweet comes the sour. The holidays also carry more risk of fraud – especially ATM skimming. ATM skimmers will attempt to get both your card number and PIN number when you use your ATM card at a terminal. In order to stay safe, you must always be vigilant even when you believe you’re in a safe location. These tips will help you stay safer this season: Protect Your PIN If there are people waiting to use the ATM, make sure you block the keypad…

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