Amirite?
now you can be right wherever you are.

How do you help your Cybersecurity?
says Zolfie on Jun 22nd 18 (#820756)

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Stay off Facebook.
says Will_Janitor on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782549)
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Don't put anything out "there" you don't want others to see!
says jaded on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782553)
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nobody's stealing my broke **** shit
says TomboyJanet on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782603)
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I turn off the computer and file IC3 reports with the FBI.
says trooper on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782735)
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Just making sure, that's only AFTER a crime, correct? Or am I mistaken? Have you ever had to do that? I'm wondering how the FBI responses to that.
says Zolfie on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782921)
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Yes and no you're not, and yes.
says trooper on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782946)
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That sucks, something happened enough that you had to get the FBI involved. I don't think anything has happened enough that the FBI would care about.
says Zolfie on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782949)
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Hey, I don't decide what's a crime, they do. Violation of privacy via the internet makes it a Cyber Crime and thus the purview of the FBI.
says trooper on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782956)
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I agree. I just don't think (or at least I don't know) that I've had anyone hack into mine and violate me in anyway.
says Zolfie on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782962)
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Webroot Secure Anywhere Malwarebytes Glary Utilities CCleaner HitmanPro ClicknClean. All of those keep my unit clean and secure. That and don't respond to any Phishing.
says Rooster on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782760)
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Very Impressive (biggrin)
says Zolfie on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782927)
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Webroot Secure Anywhere CCleaner I don't open anything that I don't feel comfortable with.
says StarzAbove on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782769)
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