CYBERSECURITY

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General principles of using the Internetrs.

The internet is a boon of our time. Thanks to universal access to it, we have the ability to communicate with others, obtain information or settle matters online from almost anywhere on Earth.

Due to its universality, it is also used by cybercriminals for illegal purposes. Careless use of its benefits can expose you to financial loss, identity theft, or other social consequences.

Here are the main principles that will make your personal and physical goods more secure:
 

 


1. Do not use any sensitive network services such as banking, social networking, email, etc. on publicly available networks (e.g. free Wi-Fi networks).

Public networks are a favorite place of cybercriminals' attacks. They are more anonymous there because it is more difficult to determine from which specific device or location they were attacking. You are never sure if the network is being tapped by a hacker who can intercept information sent by you to external websites, e.g. login and password to a bank, social network or to an e-mail account.

2. Install and use actively anti-virus software on devices with internet access.

Many websites, knowingly or unknowingly (e.g. those who are victims of cyber criminals) can distribute worms, viruses and spyware that you can install or download knowingly or completely unknowingly. The active operation of current antivirus programs can help protect your device against these programs. This is especially important when you use the internet and download various files, documents and sometimes programs.

3. Never save any passwords in your browser or other data and file transmission programs (e.g. FTP or e-mail client).

Make a habit of not saving passwords in any software that is not used for this. Due to the high popularity of individual systems, e.g. browsers, hackers can potentially develop techniques to decrypt saved passwords. Accidental installation of a worm or virus may then expose you to hacking your password.

In particular, protect passwords for e-mail, banking, social networking and logins used on business!

4. Use difficult and different passwords for your accountsy.

 

Cyber ​​criminals have access to millions if not billions of standard passwords. By using simple passwords, you enable them to hack into your account using Brute Force methods.

Do not use your names or surnames in your passwords. Do not use identification numbers from ID card e.g. birth date.

The password should be long, contain special characters, spaces and should be in the form of a sentence rather than a single wording.

Use different passwords for sensitive services. Breaking one will not automatically intercept subsequent service accounts.

5. Protect your passwords!

Never give out your passwords to any third parties! No administrator, syste or service should ask you for a password - they don't need it for administrative service.

Passwords for your accounts should also not be given to your loved ones, friends or acquaintances. You never know how they will use your accounts, e.g. e-mail accounts, and history has too many known cases in which this trust has been abused even for the purposes of illegal and punishable acts.

6. Be especially careful with browser pluginss.

 

By installing additional browser plug-ins you are vulnerable to their hidden effects. Many of them bring additional code to websites (e.g. displaying ads), others can act as KEYLOGGERS, saving your every keyboard button you press and sending it to cyber criminals. Others, in turn, can steal your data from session cookies or send statistics about your online activity.

7. When entering data, check whether the connection is encrypted.

 

If you fill out any electronic form - e.g. registration form, search field, login form, loan calculator or salary, make sure that the connection is encrypted - the domain has a valid SSL certificate. This will make it more difficult for hackers to hack into your various accounts, gain information that can be used to hack accounts or other scams and scams.

You can check whether the page is encrypted in the address bar. Before the address of the page you are viewing should be a padlock (not crossed out) and in the case of the best security, the name of the company that owns the site.

Also remember that only pages beginning with https: // are encrypted.

8. Download software only from the websites of the software manufacturers.

 

Free services offering the option of downloading the program from their sites often use their own installers, which also install additional unwanted software.

When installing various programs, make sure that the installer does not ask for permission to install additional programs.


9. Be careful what you agree to.

 

Pay attention to messages that appear when downloading or installing applications, music, games or other songs on cell phones, smartphones or computers. You can find out which data your downloaded service requests to access.

When logging in, e.g. via social networks, pay attention to what data you give them. access. They may require wider access than they need.


10. Do not install the so-called CRACKs for paid software.

 

First note that this is illegal. This is crime and piracy.

The most important is, however, that most CRACKs are BACKDOORY, which will allow your device to be controlled by Hacker when he needs it.

11. If in doubt about what to do in a given situation, it's best to cancel the action.

 

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