What should you do to be safe when using Emails and the Internet
These types of emails could contain viruses or other encrypting information.
- Do not open unknown attachments.
Unknown attachments can have a virus and the sender may not even have known.
- Do not share your passwords with anyone.
Sharing passwords is a bad idea. If other people have access to your information, it could fall into the
- Keep all your passwords in a secure place.
By always keeping your passwords secure, you are protecting the most valuable thing you have, yourself.
- Change your passwords regularly.
Be sure to keep that information written down in a secure place when the passwords have been changed.
Keeping safe on the internet is a must for all, young and old. Follow these tips and be internet aware.
- Never meet someone from the internet alone.
Weather you met through a chat room, a social media site, or just by random. Always take caution and meet in a public place and preferably with a friend.
- Do not give out personal information online.
No matter how well you feel you know someone, do not give out your personal information. Not all servers are safe.
- Parents need to have all access.
No matter how young or old you are, a parent or legal adult needs to have access to your accounts to help monitor them.
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