Easy to stay safe from hacking 5 strategies!

Currently there is no one safe from hackers. Some companies, famous stars and even government organizations are being hacked. But former US hacker, David Kennedy, said that you  can take some simple steps to prevent hacking.

1) Two-factor authentication / two step-verification

 You also  can turn on two-step verification options from Facebook account to bank account. If this option is turned on, there will be a code in your mobile message every time you log in to your account and you will not be able to log in without it. The advantage of running this option is that, if the hacker knows your password, he will not be able to access the account without your code.

2) Do not use the same password everywhere

Many can not remember multiple passwords. But so it is not safe to use the same password in all accounts. If you also do, hackers can easily access your account.


Do not use the same password everywhere. Photo: Collected

3) Do not forget to update

Many dislike disabling updates on Windows or Mac operating systems. They think it is wasteful time. because these updates help keep your computer safe. So always keep your computer updated.

4) Be careful in social media

Hackers can keep an eye on your social media. How much you spend, where you are spending, when you’re out of the country, when you close the phone for a meeting, they can collect all the information from Facebook or Twitter. Maybe you will be delivering a product from Amazon. They can call you as employee of that company and tell you to log in again and confirm the delivery.By logging in, you may have given your information to the fake website. This way they get the opportunity to hack your account. The question is, how do you also know that you will deliver from Amazon? Maybe you talk about it on Facebook. So beware of these things.

5) Personal information

In many cases, you can also call your national ID number or credit card number for the bank. Many people do not understand the numbers. because no financial institution will ever call in such a way and ask for personal information. If you also receive such a call, first call the organization’s number and want to know whether there is really any need to provide such personal information for any reason. In most cases these phones are trap trails.

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