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Internet Safety Tips

You just found the perfect antique lamp at an online auction site. You send off the check to the seller, but never receive the merchandise. Your mother has decided to begin purchasing her medicine online. Is it safe to do so? Many of today’s criminals, armed with computers, are one step ahead of law enforcement. Officers know what to do when someone steals your car or burglarizes your house, yet remain uncertain as to how to deal with cyber crime But, things are changing. Training in technology is being offered to officers. Individuals now guard their personal information more carefully. Advances are being made in preventing cyber crime. Internet fraud often consists of scams that con artists have been using for years. Only now, they have a new medium and new victims to exploit. The following are some tips to help you navigate safely through cyberspace.


Internet safety begins with securing your home/business computer intesafe

  • Keep your virus protection software updated regularly.
  • Keep your operation system software updated regularly.
  • Install and run spyware-monitoring software.
  • Use a firewall program or install a hardware firewall, especially if you have high-speed internet access which maintains continuous internet connection.
  • Install or activate a pop-up window blocker.
  • Make regular back-ups of all important information.

Enjoy the internet safely

  • Use a strong password – a combination of letters, numbers and symbols.                              
      Example: Prevent-Crime-911
  • Change your password frequently, at lease twice a year.intpic
  • Use unique passwords.  Do not use the same password on all accounts.
  • Do not write down your password, remember it.
  • Do not use the links provided in emails to access a webpage.  Type the web address for the company directly into the browser.
  • Be suspicious of any emails with urgent request for personal or financial information.
  • Do not give out your personal information through emails or online forms unless you confirm that you are dealing with a legitimately secure site.
  • A secure web address begins with https:// rather than just http://
  • Read website privacy policy prior to submitting information online.
  • When submitting information also look for the lock or key icon on the browser's status bar.
  • Shop with companies you know. Anyone can set up an online shop under almost any name. If you are not familiar with a merchant, ask for a paper catalog to get a better idea of the merchandise and services. Also be sure to determine a company’s return and refund policies before making your purchase.
  • Pay by credit card. If you pay by credit card, your transaction will be protected by the Fair Credit Billing Act. Under this law, you have the right to dispute charges under certain circumstances and temporarily withhold payment while the creditor investigates them.
  • Keep personal information private. Do not give out your Social Security number, email address, telephone number, or address unless you know who is collecting the information, why it’s being collected, and how it will be used.
  • Save all transaction information, including e-mails and records of any phone conversations.
  • Do not download files from unknown email addresses.
  • Do not use the unsubscribe link in spam emails. This only notifies them that your email address is valid and they do not remove you from their list.


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