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    Your Digital Life - Is it at risk?


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    Your Digital Life - Is it at risk?

    Post by islandgrl on Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:50 am

    Do you have all the latest in new digital technology? See what may be at risk.

    Mobile devices are more vulnerable than home computers because they are used in a wider variety of locations and on a greater number of networks. With hundreds of thousands of apps available, the sheer variety of offerings opens a slew of possible gateways for nefarious software. The growing trend toward mobile payments and banking -- last week, Google launched its own version of an e-wallet -- adds another potential layer of vulnerability.

    The threats to our information lives are diverse. In the realm of the strictly physical, damage to a device could potentially mean losing thousands of dollars of stored files. The loss or theft of a mobile device would have the same impact, as well as opening up the possibility of identity theft. But a growing danger involves invisible threats -- aka malware. Under this heading fall viruses, spyware and other nastiness embedded into seemingly harmless free apps that can be remotely "weaponized" by a hacker to trawl for select data and access accounts through your phone. According to McAfee data, 2 million new pieces of malware are discovered each month. Last year, malicious programs and sites cost U.S. consumers more than $2.3 billion, according to Consumer Reports.

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    Re: Your Digital Life - Is it at risk?

    Post by Guest on Tue Oct 04, 2011 5:55 am

    We use our cell phone (aka Mobile device) for phoning and nothing else. I guess it pays to still be in the "dark ages" when it comes to all the latest in technology! lol!

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    Re: Your Digital Life - Is it at risk?

    Post by Willows on Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:54 pm

    I'm sooooooo not at risk, because I'm so "digiatally challenged"!! My 'puter and I have a sceptical relationship.....and all that I can do with my cel-phone is say "hello" and "goodbye"...and my latest device is my digital camera and "she" and I are at war! Ugh!...I have no patience for technology......but give me a bunch of paint and brushes and a glue gun and crafting materials....and I shine!! Laughing

    Hmmmmmmmm....maybe even a pen and a a pad of paper...will do! Very Happy

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