N/APosted on - 06/23/2015
What are the best practices to adopt to avoid hackers from tracking you when using the following platforms: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo mail and so on? What are some of the wrong things that we do which could endanger and also make it difficult to protect our privacy? Linda Daniels is my name. Thank you.
The Best Practice To Adopt To Avoid Hackers From Tracking You
Honestly before, I also was able to hack 2 Facebook accounts and it lasted for many months without being noticed by the accounts’ owners. It is actually not my fault because both Facebook accounts or the users of the Facebook accounts save their password on the browser they are using and to think the computer they are using is in a computer shop.
Actually, when I checked the saved passwords on the browsers, a lot of passwords are saved even for different accounts on other websites. Saving any of your passwords on the browser if you are in a public area is not a good habit. If you don’t want your accounts to be hacked, never do this. When you are checking your emails using a computer in a cyber café, don’t ever forget to logout your account.
This is not only for emails but to all personal web accounts. Whenever you sign in to your accounts in a public area or in a public computer, make sure to logout all your accounts before leaving the premises.