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Epsilon Email Hack Exposes Bank, Business Customers
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Axle S
Axle S,
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8/10/2015 | 11:59:27 AM
Well all of this is interesting but keeping in
mind that people who go through all the trouble of
obtaining your personal information intend to use
it in illegal ways. Once one takes the risk of
breaking the law and committing a crime, there is
pretty much no way to protect yourself. All the
precautions in this blog may help against amateur
hackers, but in reality one's accounts and
passwords can be obtained in much simpler ways. I
have experience with computer viruses and
especially phishers and keyloggers and anyone
reading this article should understand that it is
almost impossible to stay 100% protected if you
engage in online banking or shopping using credit
card or other services such as Paypal. Any
skillful programmer will be able to tell you that
antivirus programs cannot detect all viruses and
some can be stealthy and you wont know anything
while every keystroke on your keyboard is being
electronically recorded and uploaded to someones
server. I only know of the ways I have come in
contact with to obtain access to someones
computer, but creative hackers are coming up with
newer and newer security breaches. Even a small
popup on your web browser could in reality launch
a stealthy virus of some sort on your computer.
All this might be frightening and most computer
users dont undersand the danger they put their
private information in when they for instance shop
online or check their bank accounts. There are an
unthinkable amount of ways to infect someones
computer but there is only a few ways to protect
oneself. Perhaps the best, but also somewhat
annoying and time consuming, is to install a
separate operating system on your computer to use
for banking and entering confidential information
such as credit card number to purchase something
from an electronic store. I recommend the [email protected]
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12/23/2013 | 9:14:35 PM
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6/23/2012 | 7:11:32 AM
re: Epsilon Email Hack Exposes Bank, Business Customers
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