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Online Identity Theft

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Nadim Atalla

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Online Identity Theft

Scammed Twice My identity...stolen I was downloading a music-editing software for my band...but what I didn't realize is that it wasn't real. Trojan Horse The worst The next time I thought I would be smarter...guess not I got an e-mail from something called a
Nigerian 419 advance fee It looked okay, so I entered my information,
only to see it stolen again. The hacker got into all of my accounts, my Facebook, my e-mail, my Twitter, and even my Myspace. I felt so stupid, so mad, and so tricked.
There was nothing I could do about it. Or was there? I looked it up online,
and I found out quite a lot. Here are some tips for you: 1. Only download software from trused websites, if you aren't sure, either look them up, or just stay away. 2. Trust your computer! If it says that the
website isn't trusted, it's probably right! 3. Only respond to e-mails from users you know, if it looks fishy, it's probably best if you don't answer. 4. Don't ever give out your information online, even if you think it's private, there's not much on the Internet that can be. Well...there are some tips, now try not to get yourself... Thanks for watching! By: Nadim Atalla
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