Symantec’s latest threat report showed that more hackers are attacking, or at least phishing for information via social networks. Did you know that. ABC News interviewed a Symantec product manager about it and the advice given includes have a different user name and password for each account. If one account is comprised you won’t be exposed on other accounts.
What gets me about social networks is privacy. We often put very personal information on our social networks and this could be gold mine for hackers. Social networks are good – but don’t make it a candy store for hackers.
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