Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The Identity

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I have heard that identity theft is the fastest growing crime on the internet.  Now, with so many things moving on the internet, identity theft, hackers, and phishing are common issues online.  And I am always reading those stories about people who get their email, bank or other accounts hacked on the internet and then have to regain their accounts and identity back somehow and sometimes costing themselves a lot of money in the process of doing so. And so How hack-friendly is your password?  Well if you happen to be looking for some hacker protection, LifeLock can help you.  They can help you avoid ID and credit card fraud with their different kinds of protection plans for credit monitoring, lost wallets and more.  And you can find LifeLock on Twitter also.  And according to those statistics, hackers seem to like households with $100,000 or more, smartphone users and social media users who click on those applications the most.   And from what I have read, those hackers use some pretty fancy methods to hack those passwords.  And so if you happen to be looking for some online banking, personal information and privacy protection, you can find it with just a website visit away.

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