Linkedin and Twitter are famous tips of the proverbial iceberg - platforms, whose password databases have been leaked. This topic has made the headlines since they're well-known. How well are we aware that the databases published today are the result of hacks from 2012 (e.g. Dropbox) and earlier? This topic is still relevant in this day and age and new famous names are continuously added to this Hall of Shame (see Wikipedia).
Soon 2020 is over, criminality is taking place more and more often online, the Covid-19 movement restrictions have played a significant part in this. Apart from protecting your own accounts, you also have to be on guard more than ever. Fake profiles, fake news - the number of “fakes” has been skyrocketing. And talking about your social media accounts: a good reputation is highly attractive to those who want to spread fake news.
You might as well don't care about it.
• You have no social media profiles.
• You don't use any cloud storage (Dropbox, OneDrive, iCloud Drive etc.).
• You use your phone exclusively for making phone calls.
• You don't have any data that could interest anyone.
• You don't have any accounts that someone could misuse.
• Your antivirus software gives you anyway all-round protection.
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