Online Protection Tips
With all the scamming and hacking happening these days, a SobHog disposable email is a decent first step in protecting yourself online. There are additional steps you can take to stay a little extra safe as well.
Complex and unique passwords
Every site that requires a password should be complex and unique to that website. If you reuse a password, a hacker could easily gain access to your other accounts. Your password should have a minimum of 15 characters and use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters with symbols and numbers. Do not include dictionary words.
Setup Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) when possible for an extra layer of security.
Keep your software up-to-date with the latest security patches. If the app or piece of software has the option to auto-update, take advantage of that feature.
Watch what you share
We live in a world of information, but watch how much you share and with whom you’re sharing with. All collected information can be used for identity theft
Watch what you click and be alert
If an ad seems too good to be true, don’t click it. There very well may be babes in your area looking for you right now, but you most likely won’t find them by clicking an intrusive ad.
Don’t download email attachments from people you don’t know. Scan attachments first. Even if they’re from somebody you know very well.