Hackers have some tips to avoid hacking! Everyone should know
In the current technological era, a user's mobile device has much important and sensitive information. If hacking is a victim, it can become unbearable. Anyone can be a victim of hacking.
Even hackers may be victims of the cyber attack. To avoid this risk, professional hackers also follow some rules. The US news agency CNN has asked for some effective steps to reduce the risk of hacking with their advice.
Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth:
If the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi features are always on the go, then the hacker can easily know which device the device was previously used with.
A hacker can then easily connect with a user's device in the disguise of a known Bluetooth or Wi-Fi network.
Once again, it is easy to steal the data from the device, spread malware, and so on. Even the user can ignore the hacker.
Use Two-Step Authentication:
Just one password is not enough to ensure the security of mobile or social network accounts. Multiple internet-based service providers now offer 'two-step authentication' services. And professional hackers have advised using this service.Using 'Two-Step Authentication' feature, organizations like Google, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
If the hackers know the password in some way, it will be necessary to access the account of the victim's own device. At the same time, the risk of getting passwords and mobile devices to hackers is very low.
Using exceptional password:
It can also be used by Password Manager software like 'LastPass' or 'Password Safe'. It has to be stored in a software all the necessary passwords. And the passwords are as encrypted data.
Use HTTPS on all sites:
Caution of home Wi-Fi:
Alerts on Internet-based devices:
Hack 'Smart Home' or 'smart home appliance' like 'smart fries' may be.
According to cybersecurity researcher Stanislav, the devices are not perfectly safe, even though the devices manufacturers say it is safe. That's why professional hackers advised considering second time while buying an internet connection 'smart fridge' or 'smart oven'.