5. Select Strong Passwords

Passwords are among the biggest weak spots in Internet security structure. However, currently, there’s no way around them. The problem with passwords is that people usually choose easy ones to remember, which are also easy for cybercriminals to guess. It is best to choose strong passwords that are harder for cyber thieves to demystify.

6. Make Purchases Online from Secure Sites

When you make a purchase online, you are required to provide bank account or credit card information. Remember to supply this information only to the websites that provide secure connections.

7. Be Careful Who You Meet Online

People you meet online may not even be real. It is reported that fake social media profiles are a popular way for cybercriminals to unwary web users and pick their cyber pockets. Ensure to be careful and sensible in your online social life as you are in your real social life.

8. Be Careful What You Download

One of the top goals of cyber thieves is to try to steal information or trick you into downloading programs or apps that carry malware. This malware may be disguised as an app. So don’t download apps that seem suspicious or come from a website you don’t trust.

9. Be Careful What You Post

The Internet does not have a delete key. Any image or comment you post online may stay online forever since removing the original can’t remove any copies that other people made. So don’t put anything online that you don’t want your mom or your employer to see.

10. Keep Your Antivirus Program Updated

Internet security software cannot protect against all threats, but it will detect and remove most malware. However, you should make sure it is always updated. Make sure to stay up to date with your operating system’s updates and updates to applications that you use. They provide you with a vital layer of security.


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