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Website Hacks: How to Protect Yourself

Have you noticed that you receive fewer phishing scams by email than you did a few years ago? That’s because criminals have moved on to bigger targets – and, sadly, easier ones: the websites themselves. Hardly a month goes by without our hearing that another website has been hacked and had all its customer information stolen. If you were one of those customers, how does that affect you? What should you do now? And could you have done anything differently before it happened? Read on to find the answers…

Category: Internet & Security, Issues
Issue: 2020 Issue 4 April
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Article Reference: W130



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