How to check a link is safe before clicking on it

With one click online you could either end up reading an amazing story or having someone try to steal your personal details! Online you are sometimes no more than one click away from danger; it really is a minefield out there. It is more important than ever nowadays to not click on malicious links, as the scammers have become ever more sophisticated, but how can you tell the good ones from bad ones? We think that one good tip online is: If it seems too good to be true then it probably is too good to be true! Sadly, the best security software will not necessarily protect you from the problems that you may encounter if you do click on an unsafe link. Such unsafe links will likely appear to be shortcuts to viral videos, disturbing news stories and amazing offers but they are simply there to either steal your personal information or even hijack your computer itself, with subsequent problems likely to ensue! Malicious and unsafe links can be passed on by unsuspecting friends and family in emails, Facebook posts, and even instant messages. You may encounter unsafe links in website adverts and Google, or other search engines searchClick Me For More Details… […]

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