Way to escape from hackers


Way to escape from hackers
From social media like Facebook, e-mail, twitter, the password is required for various essential websites. And share at least a part of using Facebook, Twitter, etc. Many people come to the mail every day, from different addresses to unknown addresses, many people open the curiosity.
Way to escape from hackers


The above tasks may seem very natural. But do you know that, as a result, you too are approaching cybercriminals, hackers? Do you hand them over to your online world without your knowledge?

However, awareness of these has increased recently. It is no longer unknown that all of your information can be trafficked to someone in an unwise moment of online walking. But the problem is, opponents, that is, hackers but not the least intelligent! And that's why hundreds of your security systems are breaking down, they are stealing exactly what you need in order to avoid the warning gap.

One thing needs to be explained here. Most of us think, I'm a normal user, is there a secret that will attract hackers to me?

But this idea is wrong. First, your computer, Facebook account or mail may be the first attempt to steal your personal information. Second, hackers can easily put the burden of their crimes on your neck, causing you to be trapped. Third, stealing your personal information and pictures may threaten to expose it. That means you can blackmail. Fourth, your bank account information, research work, important merit, secret documents can be trafficked. And if you are a businessman or entrepreneur, it doesn't matter. It is common for cybercriminals to hack millions of dollars for important information about merchants.

At one time, people were terrified of the virus, but nowadays, malware, spyware, hacking bots, phishing, etc. are more formidable than the virus. Previous hackers aimed to take pleasure in just crashing your computer temporarily, and the goal of current hackers is to make billions of dollars by using these high-powered programs. In the UK, the amount of money smuggled into the UK by hackers was £ 20 million.

However, avoiding the risk of hacking but not too difficult. This basically requires some awareness of the online world, which will allow hackers to get access to your personal information. Here are some of the sensible tips -

. The most important step in internet security is to never intentionally click on a link. This is the easiest way for hackers to install malware on your computer. This risk is even higher on social media like Facebook. You may be sent a link to a topic of your choice so that when you click on the browser malware will enter through the browser. So don't forget to click on a link without being sure.
2. Your password is a powerful weapon for hackers. It is also a vulnerable place for users. Passwords are now required on various essential websites, starting from the mail, Facebook, cloud storage. Most users do not want to be afraid to remember such passwords, which is why many people use the same password in many places. But that's where you're making the mistake.

Currently, hackers have many powerful workboats, which can match thousands of words in seconds. It is not possible to find the correct password by employing it and exchanging personal information. So use as many different passwords as possible, make the password as unique as possible. Use words, numbers, uppercase, and lowercase letters, different symbols, etc., so that the word bot can't easily guess the password.

. Your e-mail is the main moderator of your online world. So if it is possible to hack e-mail, it is possible to hack everything from Facebook to a bank account. So take maximum security in this case. Use a few mail accounts if needed. Change the password for the original account in a few days.

. Anti-virus has no alternative to the overall security of the computer, including malware, virus protection. According to a German anti-virus company's research in 20 years, hackers created more than 100 million new malware worldwide that year. And if there is no anti-virus, your computer is just as attractive as street food if it is malware.



Although there are various types of anti-virus in the market, not all of them are safe and effective. However, according to a recent study, Kaspersky, BitDefender and F-Secure anti-virus make computers more secure.

. Would a stranger on the street want to get in your house and let him in? Of course not. Receiving invitations/invitations from unknown IDs online, giving any information there is like bringing a stranger home. And if you get repeated invitations from these unknown mail, block them.
. Be careful before tweeting and sharing Facebook. Remember, once you share that information will no longer be available to you, and you do not know how to spread it.

Many people spread the information first on social media if they get paid, win prize money or suddenly get paid. It is quite possible that cybercriminals will look at that information to hack your bank account or attempt to withdraw the money in another way. Every day hackers are stealing thousands of dollars in this way.

. Today's smartphones also hold a lot of personal information. For the convenience of remembering the bank account number, insurance information, and password, many also store the phone. So if the phone is stolen, the information will be left to someone else. Take care in advance to avoid this. With applications like Find My iPhone, Android Lost, Blackberry Protest, etc., you can delete all data even if you do not have a phone.

. E-commerce is also expanding in Bangladesh in line with the world, which is why many selling websites are now offering payment via debit/credit card. Be careful before using these sites, because here you are providing important information about your card. On the page you enter the card information, in most cases, the address for that page will change from 'HTTP' to 'https', which means you have a secure connection. So before giving the information, please check the address bar of the browser and inform the site authorities if it is 'https'.

১০. Only people in the online world know how annoying pop-ups are. These pop-ups can be seen in various sites, with graphics, interesting conversations. Inexperienced many times clicked on them curiously. It's very natural that with a click, the hidden malware in the pop-up has started installing malware on your computer, unknowingly. So refrain from clicking on pop-ups. Regardless of which browser you use, you will get a pop-up blocker as an add-on. Use that.

১১. Wi-Fi zones are seen nowadays in various restaurants and public places. The thing is alluring, but doing something with this Wi-Fi is very risky. Avoid downloading suspicious files, online banking, important personal information on any site without this simple browsing. With packet sniffer (signal stealing device) it's not too difficult for hackers to find your personal information from these insecure Wi-Fi zones.

12. Lastly, make the most of Facebook's security settings. These social media hacks are easier and more attractive than any other medium, because that's where hackers can find the database of your personal life.
Before you decide who can see your personal information on Facebook, open your eyes to your friend list. The 'Friends of Friends' or 'Friends of Friends' option should not be used in any case. According to one study, the money shared among a post 'Friends of Friends' is shared by an average of 100,000 people. It is also possible to stay away from hackers by adding strangers to friends lists, not sharing touchy information, not clicking links anywhere. Be careful when using the Facebook app, however, while playing many multiplayer games, your partner may ask for different personal information, never be sure.

Remember, hackers never look for computer/program errors, but general users find fault. And a little awareness can fix these errors and stop all hacking paths.

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