from an email. 8) Don’t email your credit card details Sometimes you’ll try to buy that special gift , but your credit card won’t go through. In perfectly good faith, the seller may ask you to email through your card details to try again later. But that email could end up in the hands of cyber crooks, even if the seller handles it with care once they’ve received it. Remember: if in doubt, don’t give it out! and fewer sites actually requiring Flash, it’s safer to do without it altogether.
10) Change default passwords before using any new home video devices
Whether it’s a new baby monitor, home surveillance system, or any other internetenabled camera, it probably has a default password. If you don’t change the password then you are making it easy for a cybercriminal to hack in and watch whatever you’re filming.