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How to avoid Internet fraud, scams, phishing and other cybercrime

mardi 25 juin 2019, 12:48 , par PC World
Internet fraud takes many forms, from retail websites that don’t deliver, to emails phishing for credit card or bank information, to tech support scams that take over your desktop, and everything in between. They share a common goal, however: extracting money or personal data from an unsuspecting user.If you come upon something that seems sketchy, here’s how to check it out before you put your money down.Three signs that a website is legitimate
Hopefully most websites you encounter are legitimate. There are two quick ways to tell, plus one that requires just a little more legwork. 1. URLs beginning with “https” means the website is a secured site. That means it’s encrypted using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates that protect private data traveling between a data server and a web browser.To read this article in full, please click here
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3399816/how-to-avoid-internet-fraud-scams-phishing-and-other-cybercr...

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