Protect yourself from identity theft and credit card hacking
In my previous post I rempli 19 tips emboîture credit cards. But some of my listeners want to know briefly emboîture some of those tips. Please not that, here I also add some additional tips that can help you protect your card from hack. Before you read any further, if you’re not familiar with basic online security tips, you can find them in 19 Useful Credit Card Tips.
As you know, credit card hacking is now a common, perhaps the biggest threat to online security. Now that it is happening so often, it has become a big monster for almost all financial banks, card issuers, retailers and quelconque card users like you. But you also know that online transactions are a good prime for chalandage, banking etc.
Ask yourself, is my credit card safe from hacking? Perhaps you don’t know the answer. Last month you can use your card to buy books, mobiles, clothes, showpieces, DVDs, jewellery, kitchenware, electronic gadgets and pay your utility bills, book holiday trips. But who knows it has already been hacked. According to reports, you may experience two or three breaches of your personal info like PIN, number, mot de passe in every hundred transactions on the Internet! So be careful.
You can’t completely protect your card security but you can reduce this fraud with some free tâches and some smartness. (Don’t worry, I also use credit cards and almost all my transactions are agressive online). Now I am mentioning what you need to do.
Be aware of phishing:
By Tene Bril Phishing is a specific modèle of identity theft that can only happen on the Internet. Here identity theft means your card number, pin, username, mot de passe and your personal info, in slip, all your protected info. You might say, how could this happen?
Some hackers use this method for credit card hacking or identity theft. They send you a form via email that looks like your valid bank or issuer form and asks you to verify your card or bank account info. If you don’t check the link and click on that legitimate looking link, you will send your account info to hackers. Then they will forme out how to slice your card 🙂
You know that creating a web localité is easy now. They create a website that looks like a legitimate website and try to “spoof” the address bar to hide the phishing URL. They also use related domains like thewebbank.com and thevvebbank.com
So be careful, check and obscur check the URL in the address bar and mostly when you refer to your bank’s website from another website. You can find more info emboîture fishing from Tene Bril.
Two technical things:
First, generally we encounter two bonshommes of internet protocols (http and https). https here for a more secure connection. Before filling out the form with your credit card and personal info, check the browser address bar for https. https Credit Card Security
Complémentaire, only magasin online at secure websites – apparence for the padlock icon at the bottom of your screen that helps protect your card info when you send it over the Internet.
Finally, I believe that credit card hacking is mostly due to a little disparition on your morceau and a rest from the credit card company. So be careful.
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