This is the time of year where we are all most vulnerable to online thieves and hackers. Olderhood.com posts some great articles focusing on the Boomer lifestyle!
Online Thieves Are Looking For You by Bob Lowry
The holiday shopping season has begun in earnest. Projections are a 10% increase in online sales over last year, which already set records. Unfortunately, that means a growing opportunity for those who want to separate you from your money, your online identity, or plant an infected piece of software on your computer.
I received information from Enigma Software Group, a company that markets anti-malware software. There were sobering statistics on the spike in growth of this dangerous phenomenon. The company also gave me some tips to pass along to help keep you safe. Be on high alert for:
1) Spam emails and links promising great deals. Malware makers know that people will be on the lookout for great prices on everything from Xboxes to phones. They’ll send bogus emails promising super low prices.
And those emails will contain links that can install malware…
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