Identity Theft

Computer Mouse Movement Could Prevent Identity Theft

Researchers have now identified a new way scammers are taking your identity theft, unfortunately it’s by tracking your mouse movement, however this movement also catches those scam artists.  One of the biggest issues with identity theft is that if a

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One Trick To Know if Your iPad or iPhone Has a Virus

Now you can outsmart hackers with this one trick to avoid an iPad or iPhone virus. Several million users own the iPad or iPhone, which stores their personal photos, contacts of friends and family, along with your entire data base of

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Smart Appliances Eavesdropping on Your Personal Identity

Mike Galley of WRNJ welcomes Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist Heather Wagenhals to warn listeners of smart appliances eavesdropping on your personal identity in places you had no idea were possible. Tune in to this interview as Heather shocks listeners by revealing ways

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Catch Child Identity Theft Early

Identity theft is a common occurrence these days especially as the internet grows and hackers find more ways to steal identities, and that leads to an unfortunate rise in child identity theft. Since children aren’t supposed to have credit in the

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5 Methods Hackers Use Committing Cyber Fraud

Phishing and other cyber fraud typically see the most action during tax season. As this time of year approaches we offer a few tips on how to protect your personal information and avoid fraud returns:   IBM’s X-Force security research

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Surprising Ways of Stolen Identity

Stolen identity has left several individuals with fraudulent charges on their credit cards, medical statements, tax returns and so many other ways that are not well-known, until now as we reveal those surprising ways. RELATED: Hacked Printers Stealing Your Money How does it happen?

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Prevent Kids Cyberbullying

Kids can easily access internet messaging websites and apps like SnapChat and Facebook, allowing them to talk, share photos and play games with their friends. Unfortunately along with the good comes the bad of cyberbullying. These hurtful messages target the individual to

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Hacked Printers Stealing Your Money

Cybercriminals always seem to be one step ahead of security precautions, especially in the digital life as hacked printers are at the top with criminals stealing your money right from that personal data.  Hackers like to target smartphones and computers for their devious schemes,

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Avoid Bogus Internet Merchandise

In 2016 Fraud.org managed to collect more than 7,000 consumer complaints about scams, so today we want to warn you of what’s ahead in 2017 with the Top Five Scams. Bogus Internet Merchandise ranks #1 complaint for the fourth year in a row! RELATED: Avoid

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Social Media Fingerprint Fraud

Social media fraud is out again, but this time fraudsters are taking one’s identity and hacking into bank accounts from the tips of your fingers, literally. So the next time you throw up that peace sign and post it all

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