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The Ultimate Guide to Prevent Hacking

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The Ultimate Guide to Prevent Hacking

Hacking is simply virtual theft. The basic idea you have to understand about hacking is that if you know how to protect yourself and to prevent it, you will most likely be able to avoid this terrible crime.

Look at this statistic: 21 billion was lost to identity theft in 2012. Can you believe that? 21 billion… this amount is huge! And this figure proves that countless Internet users are still innocent. Excuse me, but let me be blunt how to express my point; they are careless about how they utilize their online accounts.

This is a reminder for everyone. Whenever you share personal information, be extra careful. Make sure the site where you divulge your private information to are reliable; that they are known to have high regard for privacy and they are known for credibility and integrity.

Another valuable data: 12.6 million were victims of hacking last year — that’s 1 victim every 3 seconds. Now, that’s distressing and definitely, it shows that the frequency of hacking has increased. Moreover, this information is so alarming, so it’s absolutely detrimental for your virtual well being to find more effective ways on how to protect yourself from hackers.

It’s time for you to smile… I’m unleashing the ultimate guide to prevent hacking presented by Hotspot Shield.

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    Last Updated on December 18, 2020

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