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How Not To Get Hacked

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Every year since 2003, to help keep the public informed on ways to protect themselves and their data online, October has been recognized as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. As the tech world continues to grow, so does the magnitude of cyberattacks. To help you stay vigilant, here are some useful tips to follow to increase your cybersecurity. 1.Change passwords periodically and utilize passphrases Many of us create passwords and never think to change them, or we use the same password for all of our accounts. This can make us vulnerable during data breaches. It is important to have variety in your passwords and change them periodically. The next time you create a password, use a short sentence (known as a passphrase) that will resonate with you, such as “IM!ssNYC149.” Incorporating special characters into passphrases adds to their complexity, ultimately making them harder to guess. 2.Enable two-factor authentication There’s nothing worse than getting hacked and not being able to do anything to protect your information. Installing a two-factor authentication app like Duo or enabling two-factor via text message verification will make it much harder for your accounts to be compromised. 3. Avoid opening attachments if you’re not expecting them Curiosity can get the best of us when it comes to receiving emails or text messages with attachments. However, some of these attachments may have code embedded in them that allows cybercriminals to roam through your device in the background. Therefore, avoid any attachments with extension labels such as .exe, .scr, .vbs, .hta, .reg, or .bat.

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