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Black Friday: Tips for Secure Online Shopping

The Black Friday and Cyber ​​monday are two of the most active days in terms of online markets. And of course this has not escaped their attention hacker. And as shopping for the festive season begins now, it is very important that consumers receive the meters to stay safe.

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Retailers ship e-mail with offers and discounts and this is something that criminals in cyberspace they can take advantage by sending their own malicious messages. Many phishing emails are going to try to fool consumers these days.

First of all consumers They need to be careful about where they shop, especially when shopping during times like Black Friday. For example, they should be careful if they have not heard of a particular retailer before or if they receive an email claiming to provide direct links to accent items. It is best to visit the store website itself.

Users should also be careful with sites that ask for a lot of personal information when receiving payments. For example, if they ask for additional security details, such as a password or the answer to a secret question used to recover your password, scam.

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If consumers receive suspicious emails or visit sites that seem to be asking for too much information or seem too good to be true, they should avoid them and report it to the authorities.

Other tips you can follow to stay safe at Internet, while making your Christmas purchases, include securing your accounts with two-factor authentication, as well as searching for the padlock icon in the payload browser's address bar on a retailer's website. This icon does not guarantee that the seller itself is legitimate, but it does mean that your connection to it is secure. Retailers also need to take steps to keep their sites safe for their customers.


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