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Check it. Change it. Share it. Upgrade your password and go from hackable to uncrackable.
You're a safe person. You buckle your seatbelt. You look both ways. You take vitamins. But when it comes to digital security, chances are you're vulnerable. For example, it's very likely that your Amazon password is your Gmail password is your bank password is your eBay password is—well, you get the picture.
The solution is as simple as changing your habits. Just five minutes can save you hours of trouble, and hundreds—maybe thousands—of dollars down the line. So go ahead: change your password. Keep what’s yours, yours.
Stop TMI by safeguarding private information, such as your mother’s maiden name, online.
Online data is permanent, so think before you post anything on social media to protect your reputation.
Consumer awareness message reminds people to stop TMI by not haphazardly sharing personal info.
More than 16 million social media accounts spread spam, so think twice before accepting friend requests.
A fake prince asks people to send him money is an example of online TMI and consumer awareness.
Stop TMI; one in six mobile users has downloaded a malicious app, so take care what you download.