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8 thoughts on “How to Protect Yourself Online”

  1. Devin Mork says:

    I was really hoping this was going to be a “Get a Mac” joke…

  2. Kara says:

    Can’t think about this too long…or I get freaked out…
    I’m on Facebook “timeout” right now, but I’ve always squirmed a bit when people post status updates like, “leaving for a week vacation to Greece and no one is home but the cat”.

    Seems like that also is just asking for trouble.

  3. Thanks. Very useful. It’s interesting why a hacker would want to help others.

    1. Jeff Brewer says:

      Yeah….it does make you wonder. Consider me “Puzzled Christian”

  4. Tad says:

    Hacker does not mean what you think it might mean.
    Some Sysadmin people call themselves white hat hackers. (referencing old westerns)
    So there are hackers who use there ability for good and hackers that use their ability for illegitimate game.
    And then their are hackers that use their ability illegally thinking they are helping people. (AKA people who took down the scientology website and servers a while back)

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