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How to Use Internet Banking securely

Hello, Today I am coming with a completely Different topic that is “How to Use Internet Banking securely”. Everyone Avoid to standing in the lines for depositing money or transferring the money to your relative or family members in banks. and nowadays everyone talks about the net banking or E-Banking. But Some people says that the net Banking or E-banking is not safe for transferring the money or online shopping. Today I am telling you that “How to Use Internet Banking securely”.

  1. Keep changing your password periodically

    Frequent password changes are probably a good approach because they secure somebody can’t obtain your password and use it to snoop on you over a long period of time.

  2. Don’t trust on untrusted Links

    This is a simple technique of cyber criminals use to hack your PC is to send them emails with malicious links. People are tricked when they opening these links because they seem to come from somebody or anything they know and trust. If you click on the link, you will be taken to the site that tries to collect your information or tries to hack your computer. Only click on the links that you were expecting. Not sure about an email? Call the person to confirm they sent it.

  3. Avoid Open Network

    Avoid the Open network while you are trying Use Internet Banking or E-banking.There are several big problems by using a public Wi-Fi network. The open nature of the network allows for snooping, the network could be full of compromised computers, or  — most worryingly — the hotspot itself could be malicious.

  4. Secure your Computer

    All computers should have up-to-date operating systems with current anti-virus and anti-spyware application. Most new computers are configured to automatically check for updates. As soon as updates are available, install them. The concern with  your computer supports person’s guidance whenever you add software or change the configuration of your computer.

    Important: If someone else controls or maintains your computer, stay with them before installing anti-virus or anti-spyware software. Learn more about your role in Computer Administration.

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