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October 28, 2009

Prevent Identity Theft -- Protect Yourself from Zero Day Attacks

Are you reading and learning everything possible in effort to prevent identity theft from happening to you? Then you may have come across the term zero day attack. You don't hear much about these attacks, but be aware of this type of identity theft.

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October 21, 2009

Prevent Identity Theft By Protecting Your SSN

If you want to prevent identity theft, there are a lot of simple, easy ways to go about it. The most important of these is protecting your SSN. Why is that such a big deal? Because revealing your SSN results in the worst and most damaging types of identity theft: the kind where thieves obtain credit in your name and ruin your rating without you ever knowing -- at least, not until the problems start.

Fortunately, a little common sense is all it takes for identity theft protection. Using the following tips will help you minimize the risks of someone pirating your personal information from your SSN.

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October 14, 2009

How To Start Identity Theft Recovery

Once you get over the shock of someone else using your personal information, start taking the steps for identity theft recovery as quickly as possible. The longer you wait, the more likely it is that someone else will gain access to your information, and the longer it will take to regain access to your accounts.

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October 8, 2009

Identity Theft and Free Public Wi-Fi -- Beware

What do free public Wi-Fi and identity theft have in common? A lot! Once thought a harmless activity, surfing the Internet and checking your email in your favorite coffee shop, turns out to be dangerous to your personal information and security. Learn how to prevent identity theft while surfing in public.

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October 1, 2009

Fraud, Friends and Family

Lisa is the victim of fraud. Credit card fraud claimed her life. Did the crime take place through Internet scams? Did a thief break into her home and steal her identity? Was her identity stolen through insurance fraud or consumer fraud? No. Lisa is the victim of fraud committed by her boyfriend of 4 years. How could this happen?

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