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Internet Safety

How can you feel safe when you navegate through the Internet
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Jackie Losada

on 10 February 2015

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Internet
... but, are they safe there?
Navegate
People
What is
Cyberspace
?
What is a
Password
?
What is a username?
Adware, Spyware and Malware
Online Fraud, Scams and Hoaxes
Spam
Hacking
Virus
Hacker is, a contentious term used in computing for several types of person:
Spam is the use of electronic messaging systems (including most broadcast media, digital delivery systems) to send
unsolicited
bulk messages indiscriminately.
The term was coined by author William Gibson in his sci-fi novel Neuromancer (1984).
It's a metaphor for describing the non-physical terrain created by computer systems.
A
user
is an agent, either a human agent (end-user) or software agent, who uses a computer or network service.
A
user
often has a user account and is identified by a username, screen name, or nickname.
A
password
is a secret word or string of characters that is used for authentication, to prove identity or gain access to a resource (example: an access code is a type of password).
The
password
should be kept secret from those not allowed access
The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks and serve billions of users worldwide.
What is Internet?
Virus
Worms and others
Facebook
Privacy
Bulling
Test Safe Online: http://www.getsafeonline.org/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=1446
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􀁓􀁁􀁎􀁄􀁗􀁉􀁃􀁈􀀀 􀁍􀁅􀁁􀁔􀀁􀀀 􀀩􀁔􀀇􀁓􀀀 􀁕􀁎􀁗􀁁􀁎􀁔􀁅􀁄􀀀
􀁅􀀍􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀 􀁍􀁅􀁁􀁎􀁔􀀀 􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁔􀁅􀁍􀁐􀁔􀀀 􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀 􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁂􀁕􀁙􀀀 􀁓􀁏􀁍􀁅􀁔􀁈􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀 􀁏􀁒􀀀
􀁖􀁉􀁓􀁉􀁔􀀀􀁁􀀀􀀷􀁅􀁂􀀀􀁓􀁉􀁔􀁅􀀎􀀀􀀩􀁔􀀀􀁃􀁁􀁎􀀀􀁂􀁅􀀀􀁁􀁎􀁎􀁏􀁙􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀌􀀀􀁆􀁒􀁁􀁕􀁄􀁕􀁌􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀌􀀀􀁁􀁎􀁄􀀀􀁅􀁖􀁅􀁎􀀀
􀁐􀁏􀁒􀁎􀁏􀁇􀁒􀁁􀁐􀁈􀁉􀁃􀀎􀀀 􀀩􀁔􀀀 􀁍􀁁􀁙􀀀 􀁔􀁒􀁉􀁃􀁋􀀀 􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀 􀁋􀁉􀁄􀀀 􀁉􀁎􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁇􀁉􀁖􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀 􀁏􀁕􀁔􀀀
􀁐􀁅􀁒􀁓􀁏􀁎􀁁􀁌􀀀 􀁉􀁎􀁆􀁏􀁒􀁍􀁁􀁔􀁉􀁏􀁎􀀀 􀁉􀁎􀀀 􀁅􀁘􀁃􀁈􀁁􀁎􀁇􀁅􀀀 􀁆􀁏􀁒􀀀 􀁁􀀀 􀁐􀁒􀁏􀁄􀁕􀁃􀁔􀀀
􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁓􀁅􀁒􀁖􀁉􀁃􀁅􀀎􀀀
􀀩􀁆􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁐􀁅􀁒􀁓􀁏􀁎􀁁􀁌􀀀􀁉􀁎􀁆􀁏􀁒􀁍􀁁􀁔􀁉􀁏􀁎􀀀􀁆􀁁􀁌􀁌􀁓􀀀􀁉􀁎􀁔􀁏􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁅􀀀􀁗􀁒􀁏􀁎􀁇􀀀􀁈􀁁􀁎􀁄􀁓􀀌􀀀
􀁓􀁕􀁃􀁈􀀀􀁁􀁓􀀀􀁁􀁇􀁇􀁒􀁅􀁓􀁓􀁉􀁖􀁅􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁒􀁋􀁅􀁔􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀􀁬􀁒􀁍􀁓􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁃􀁒􀁉􀁍􀁉􀁎􀁁􀁌􀁓􀀌􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁙􀀀
􀁬􀁎􀁄􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀁓􀁅􀁌􀁆􀀀􀁄􀁅􀁁􀁌􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀􀁗􀁉􀁔􀁈􀀀􀁕􀁎􀁗􀁁􀁎􀁔􀁅􀁄􀀀􀁒􀁅􀁑􀁕􀁅􀁓􀁔􀁓􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁆􀁒􀁁􀁕􀁄􀁕􀁌􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀀
􀁕􀁓􀁅􀀀􀁏􀁆􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁐􀁅􀁒􀁓􀁏􀁎􀁁􀁌􀀀􀁉􀁎􀁆􀁏􀁒􀁍􀁁􀁔􀁉􀁏􀁎􀀎􀀀􀀡􀁌􀁓􀁏􀀌􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀁃􀁁􀁎􀀀􀁃􀁏􀁎􀁔􀁁􀁉􀁎􀀀
􀁉􀁎􀁁􀁐􀁐􀁒􀁏􀁐􀁒􀁉􀁁􀁔􀁅􀀀 􀁏􀁒􀀀 􀁓􀁅􀁘􀁕􀁁􀁌􀁌􀁙􀀀 􀁅􀁘􀁐􀁌􀁉􀁃􀁉􀁔􀀀 􀁃􀁏􀁎􀁔􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀀 􀁎􀁏􀁔􀀀 􀁓􀁕􀁉􀁔􀁁􀁂􀁌􀁅􀀀
􀁆􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁔􀁈􀀎􀀀
􀀨􀁅􀁒􀁅􀀀􀁁􀁒􀁅􀀀􀁓􀁏􀁍􀁅􀀀􀁗􀁁􀁙􀁓􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀􀁃􀁏􀁁􀁃􀁈􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁋􀁉􀁄􀁓􀀚􀀀
􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀵􀁓􀁅􀀀􀁄􀁉􀁓􀁐􀁏􀁓􀁁􀁂􀁌􀁅􀀀􀁅􀀍􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁁􀁄􀁄􀁒􀁅􀁓􀁓􀁅􀁓􀀀􀁓􀁕􀁃􀁈􀀀􀁁􀁓􀀀􀀨􀁏􀁔􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁆􀁏􀁒􀀀
􀁁􀁃􀁔􀁉􀁖􀁉􀁔􀁉􀁅􀁓􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁁􀁔􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁙􀀀􀁁􀁔􀁔􀁒􀁁􀁃􀁔􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀀈􀁅􀀎􀁇􀀎􀀌􀀀􀁎􀁅􀁗􀁓􀁌􀁅􀁔􀁔􀁅􀁒􀁓􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀
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􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀵􀁓􀁅􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁐􀁒􀁉􀁍􀁁􀁒􀁙􀀀􀁅􀀍􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁁􀁃􀁃􀁏􀁕􀁎􀁔􀀀􀁆􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁔􀁒􀁕􀁓􀁔􀁅􀁄􀀀􀁃􀁏􀁎􀁔􀁁􀁃􀁔􀁓􀀀
􀁏􀁎􀁌􀁙􀀎
􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀵􀁓􀁅􀀀􀁁􀀀􀁌􀁅􀁓􀁓􀀀􀁏􀁂􀁖􀁉􀁏􀁕􀁓􀀀􀁅􀀍􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁁􀁄􀁄􀁒􀁅􀁓􀁓􀀀􀀈􀁁􀀀􀁗􀁏􀁒􀁄􀀀􀁏􀁔􀁈􀁅􀁒􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁁􀁎􀀀
􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁎􀁁􀁍􀁅􀀉􀀎􀀀
􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀣􀁈􀁅􀁃􀁋􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁅􀀀􀁐􀁒􀁉􀁖􀁁􀁃􀁙􀀀􀁐􀁏􀁌􀁉􀁃􀁙􀀀􀁏􀁆􀀀􀁁􀀀􀀷􀁅􀁂􀀀􀁓􀁉􀁔􀁅􀀀􀁂􀁅􀁆􀁏􀁒􀁅􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀
􀁓􀁕􀁂􀁍􀁉􀁔􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁅􀀍􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁁􀁄􀁄􀁒􀁅􀁓􀁓􀀎􀀀
􀀵􀁎􀁆􀁏􀁒􀁔􀁕􀁎􀁁􀁔􀁅􀁌􀁙􀀌􀀀 􀁉􀁔􀀇􀁓􀀀 􀁎􀁅􀁁􀁒􀁌􀁙􀀀 􀁉􀁍􀁐􀁏􀁓􀁓􀁉􀁂􀁌􀁅􀀀 􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁁􀁖􀁏􀁉􀁄􀀀 􀁁􀁌􀁌􀀀 􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀎􀀀
􀀳􀁏􀁍􀁅􀀀􀁏􀁔􀁈􀁅􀁒􀀀􀁓􀁔􀁅􀁐􀁓􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀􀁃􀁁􀁎􀀀􀁔􀁁􀁋􀁅􀀀􀁁􀁒􀁅􀀚􀀀
􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀵􀁓􀁅􀀀􀁊􀁕􀁎􀁋􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁬􀁌􀁔􀁅􀁒􀁓􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀􀁐􀁒􀁅􀁖􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀁆􀁒􀁏􀁍􀀀􀁇􀁅􀁔􀁔􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀
􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀁉􀁎􀁂􀁏􀁘􀀎􀀀
􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀲􀁅􀁐􀁏􀁒􀁔􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀􀀩􀀳􀀰􀀀􀁮􀀀􀁗􀁉􀁔􀁈􀀀􀁓􀁏􀁍􀁅􀀀􀀈􀁅􀀎􀁇􀀎􀀌􀀀􀀡􀀯􀀬􀀉􀀌􀀀
􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀􀁃􀁁􀁎􀀀􀁃􀁌􀁉􀁃􀁋􀀀􀁁􀀀􀁂􀁕􀁔􀁔􀁏􀁎􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁅􀁅􀁄􀀀􀁕􀁐􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁅􀀀􀁐􀁒􀁏􀁃􀁅􀁓􀁓􀀎
􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀦􀁒􀁁􀁕􀁄􀁕􀁌􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁉􀁌􀁌􀁅􀁇􀁁􀁌􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀁃􀁁􀁎􀀀􀁂􀁅􀀀􀁒􀁅􀁐􀁏􀁒􀁔􀁅􀁄􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀
􀁏􀁒􀁇􀁁􀁎􀁉􀁚􀁁􀁔􀁉􀁏􀁎􀁓􀀀􀁌􀁉􀁋􀁅􀀀􀀳􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀀣􀁏􀁐􀀀􀀈􀁈􀁔􀁔􀁐􀀚􀀏􀀏􀁗􀁗􀁗􀀎􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀁃􀁏􀁐􀀎
􀁎􀁅􀁔􀀏􀀉􀀌􀀀􀀳􀁔􀁏􀁐􀀀􀀳􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀀈􀁈􀁔􀁔􀁐􀀚􀀏􀀏􀁗􀁗􀁗􀀎􀁓􀁔􀁏􀁐􀀍􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀎􀁏􀁒􀁇􀀏􀀉􀀌􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁅􀀀
􀀦􀁅􀁄􀁅􀁒􀁁􀁌􀀀􀀴􀁒􀁁􀁄􀁅􀀀􀀣􀁏􀁍􀁍􀁉􀁓􀁓􀁉􀁏􀁎􀀀􀀈􀁈􀁔􀁔􀁐􀁓􀀚􀀏􀀏􀁒􀁎􀀎􀁆􀁔􀁃􀀎􀁇􀁏􀁖􀀏􀁐􀁌􀁓􀀏􀁄􀁏􀁄􀀏
􀁗􀁓􀁏􀁌􀁃􀁑􀀄􀀎􀁓􀁔􀁁􀁒􀁔􀁕􀁐􀀟􀀺􀀿􀀯􀀲􀀧􀀿􀀣􀀯􀀤􀀥􀀝􀀰􀀵􀀐􀀑􀀉􀀀
􀀳􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀 􀁉􀁓􀀀 􀁎􀁏􀁔􀀀 􀁊􀁕􀁓􀁔􀀀 􀁁􀀀 􀁓􀁁􀁎􀁄􀁗􀁉􀁃􀁈􀀀 􀁍􀁅􀁁􀁔􀀁􀀀 􀀩􀁔􀀇􀁓􀀀 􀁕􀁎􀁗􀁁􀁎􀁔􀁅􀁄􀀀
􀁅􀀍􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀 􀁍􀁅􀁁􀁎􀁔􀀀 􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁔􀁅􀁍􀁐􀁔􀀀 􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀 􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁂􀁕􀁙􀀀 􀁓􀁏􀁍􀁅􀁔􀁈􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀 􀁏􀁒􀀀
􀁖􀁉􀁓􀁉􀁔􀀀􀁁􀀀􀀷􀁅􀁂􀀀􀁓􀁉􀁔􀁅􀀎􀀀􀀩􀁔􀀀􀁃􀁁􀁎􀀀􀁂􀁅􀀀􀁁􀁎􀁎􀁏􀁙􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀌􀀀􀁆􀁒􀁁􀁕􀁄􀁕􀁌􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀌􀀀􀁁􀁎􀁄􀀀􀁅􀁖􀁅􀁎􀀀
􀁐􀁏􀁒􀁎􀁏􀁇􀁒􀁁􀁐􀁈􀁉􀁃􀀎􀀀 􀀩􀁔􀀀 􀁍􀁁􀁙􀀀 􀁔􀁒􀁉􀁃􀁋􀀀 􀁙􀁏􀁕􀁒􀀀 􀁋􀁉􀁄􀀀 􀁉􀁎􀁔􀁏􀀀 􀁇􀁉􀁖􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀 􀁏􀁕􀁔􀀀
􀁐􀁅􀁒􀁓􀁏􀁎􀁁􀁌􀀀 􀁉􀁎􀁆􀁏􀁒􀁍􀁁􀁔􀁉􀁏􀁎􀀀 􀁉􀁎􀀀 􀁅􀁘􀁃􀁈􀁁􀁎􀁇􀁅􀀀 􀁆􀁏􀁒􀀀 􀁁􀀀 􀁐􀁒􀁏􀁄􀁕􀁃􀁔􀀀
􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁓􀁅􀁒􀁖􀁉􀁃􀁅􀀎􀀀
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􀁓􀁕􀁃􀁈􀀀􀁁􀁓􀀀􀁁􀁇􀁇􀁒􀁅􀁓􀁓􀁉􀁖􀁅􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁒􀁋􀁅􀁔􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀􀁬􀁒􀁍􀁓􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁃􀁒􀁉􀁍􀁉􀁎􀁁􀁌􀁓􀀌􀀀􀁙􀁏􀁕􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁙􀀀
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􀁳􀀀􀀀 􀀵􀁓􀁅􀀀􀁊􀁕􀁎􀁋􀀀􀁍􀁁􀁉􀁌􀀀􀁬􀁌􀁔􀁅􀁒􀁓􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀􀁐􀁒􀁅􀁖􀁅􀁎􀁔􀀀􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀁆􀁒􀁏􀁍􀀀􀁇􀁅􀁔􀁔􀁉􀁎􀁇􀀀􀁔􀁏􀀀
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􀁎􀁅􀁔􀀏􀀉􀀌􀀀􀀳􀁔􀁏􀁐􀀀􀀳􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀀􀀈􀁈􀁔􀁔􀁐􀀚􀀏􀀏􀁗􀁗􀁗􀀎􀁓􀁔􀁏􀁐􀀍􀁓􀁐􀁁􀁍􀀎􀁏􀁒􀁇􀀏􀀉􀀌􀀀􀁏􀁒􀀀􀁔􀁈􀁅􀀀
􀀦􀁅􀁄􀁅􀁒􀁁􀁌􀀀􀀴􀁒􀁁􀁄􀁅􀀀􀀣􀁏􀁍􀁍􀁉􀁓􀁓􀁉􀁏􀁎􀀀􀀈􀁈􀁔􀁔􀁐􀁓􀀚􀀏􀀏􀁒􀁎􀀎􀁆􀁔􀁃􀀎􀁇􀁏􀁖􀀏􀁐􀁌􀁓􀀏􀁄􀁏􀁄􀀏
􀁗􀁓􀁏􀁌􀁃􀁑􀀄􀀎􀁓􀁔􀁁􀁒􀁔􀁕􀁐􀀟􀀺􀀿􀀯􀀲􀀧􀀿􀀣􀀯􀀤􀀥􀀝􀀰􀀵􀀐􀀑􀀉􀀀
History of Internet
What do we need to do to stay safe online?
What is an E-mail?
World Wide Web
That's what we are going to talk about now!!!
PIRACY
Hacker (computer security) or cracker, who accesses a computer system by circumventing its security system
Hacker (hobbyist), who makes innovative customizations or combinations of retail electronic and computer equipment
Hacker (programmer subculture), who shares an anti-authoritarian approach to software development now associated with the free software movement
HACKER
BE
Online systems, for example, create a
cyberspace
within which people can communicate with one another (via e-mail), do research, or simply window shop.
Like physical space,
cyberspace
contains objects (files, mail messages, graphics, etc.) and different modes of transportation and delivery.
Some programs, particularly computer games, are designed to create a special
cyberspace
, one that resembles physical reality in some ways but defies it in others. In its extreme form, called virtual reality, users are presented with visual, auditory, and even tactile feedback that makes
cyberspace
feel real.
While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam, the term is applied to similar abuses in other media: instant messaging spam, Usenet newsgroup spam, Web search engine spam, spam in blogs, wiki spam, online classified ads spam, mobile phone messaging spam, Internet forum spam, junk fax transmissions, social networking spam, television advertising and file sharing network spam.
Unlike real space, though, exploring
cyberspace
does not require any physical movement other than pressing keys on a keyboard or moving a mouse.
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