How much do you know about cybersecurity?

Hugo Ontiveros

As we all know, cybercrime is our daily bread and butter. These Hackers perform increasingly complex exploits, which do more damage and are harder to detect.

How much do you know about cybersecurity?

As we all know, cybercrime is our daily bread and butter. These Hackers perform increasingly complex exploits, which do more damage and are harder to detect. In short, the types of cyber-attacks are only increasing in sophistication. Fortunately, they require resources, knowledge, and technologies, which are not within the average citizen’s reach.

Among the most prominent cybersecurity crimes are malware, ransomware, worms, viruses, Trojans, DDoS attacks, rootkit, phishing, spyware, and adware.

Is it advisable to connect to a public wi-fi network?

Experts believe that it is not advisable, as it is faced with the great possibility of undermining the user's privacy, a Wi-Fi network is the Internet access channel through which all data passes between the user's device and the network. if you still want to go ahead you can take these steps before connecting:

  • Check that it is a legitimate network and not a fake one.
  • A VPN connection, always, in a nutshell, creates a private network in a public network, e.g. hiding location, and networks, and prevents data traffic from being easily intercepted.
  • Connections to web pages via HTTPS are not infallible, but it is more secure as it uses the SSL/TLS security protocol to encrypt data.
  • No entering or accessing sensitive data, such as passwords or personal, work, or bank accounts.

Mobile Applications?

When installing mobile applications you should always use conventional app markets, such as Google Play and Appstore, as applications of unknown origin have a high possibility of being a vulnerability in your cell phone.

Cybercriminals have been pursuing cell phones long before the increased use of smartphones for banking transactions, and now they are increasingly targeting these devices for their misdeeds. Precisely, the biggest threat to mobile devices is banking Trojans, another malicious software that seems harmless in principle, but is very dangerous and is after banks.

Trojans can be installed on any device by visiting an infected website, downloading an email attachment, or even downloading an application. Once this virus is installed on the cell phone, it detects when a bank's online services are used and thus captures personal and banking data.

Avoid saving passwords in the browser.

Today, to make technology more user-friendly, some browsers offer the possibility of remembering passwords and access keys to different services. Saving passwords in the browser is the most insecure because the moment they infiltrate your computer, the first thing they take is your browsing cookies, and through them, they can get all your passwords.

Are you taking all the precautions to avoid being hacked?

What should you do if your social networks are hacked?

The best way to deal with this situation is to change your passwords, let your contacts know what has happened, change bank account passwords, and use two-factor authentication it is always good to keep your computer and cell phone up to date.

In this way, you can keep more secure personal equipment such as computers, cell phones, and work equipment, following these recommendations can curb the effectiveness of these cybercriminals who are waiting for a mistake to get hold of your data.

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