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As we have always said anything you put on the net is there forever and there is no such thing as privacy. Now a company is recording your online activity and storing it for background checks. and it was determined to be LEGAL. Think twice before you click “like” -except our posts
A background check company can drill down into your social networking practices, going so far as to make note of what you ‘like’ in Facebook…
Some details on this would be helpful…
Confirming years of warnings from government and private security experts, a top Homeland Security official has acknowledged that computer hardware and software is already being imported to the United States preloaded with spyware and security-sabotaging components.
Nowadays, Facebook is filled with spammy posts and fake applications. Sharon Vaknin gives you a tutorial on how Facebook malware is contracted, how to avoid it, and ways to remove it. Read this blog post by Sharon Vaknin on How To.
Make sure to read what kind of money these guys were making. The motivation for these people becomes clear.
Facebook rolled out facial recognition to help automate photo tagging, and it’s enabled by default. Learn how to adjust your privacy settings to disable it. Read this blog post by Matt Elliott on How To.
Complex passwords, that you keep secret, are one of the best defenses against web email account hacks.
Is your password worth more to you than a bar of chocolate?
“More than 70% of people would reveal their computer password in exchange for a bar of chocolate, a survey has found.”
So your computer is running fine, no issues, but it is sending every keystroke to the bad guys. At least that is what was happening to 2 million of you.
Report: AV users still get infected with malware | ZDNet
One-third of internet users in the EU caught a computer virus, despite the fact that 84% of internet users used IT security software.