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New Identity Theft Protection For AARP Members
Dec 10, 2013 - If you're 50 years old or older, then you're in luck because you can now get a discount on identity theft protection. AARP Credit and Identity Theft Protection from TrustedID is an identity theft protection service that protects and only offers a discounted price to AARP members. As one of our to...
JP Morgan Chase Hacked: Warns 465,000 Customers
Dec 5, 2013 - JP Morgan Chase alerted roughly 465,000 of it's prepaid cash card customers that a data hack occurred back in July may have revealed information to hackers, according to Reuters. The big bank didn't specify what information was revealed in the hacking, however it did suggest that it didn't includ...
Nearly 2 Million Stolen Google, Facebook and Twitter Passwords Posted Online: How To Protect Yourself
Dec 4, 2013 - More than 2 million users' passwords for social networking and email websites including Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter and LinkedIn were stolen and published online, according to the BBC. The information was taken from computers that have been infected with a malicious keystroke logging softwar...
Will Kinect For Xbox One Invade Your Privacy?
Nov 21, 2013 - With the release of Xbox One on November 22, it's no surprise that parents are planning to pre-order or purchase the game console for their children. Even though this updated console seems like a harmless purchase, Xbox One includes an update of a feature called Kinect that may be unknowingly inv...
Facebook Is Requiring Hacked Users to Change Password
Nov 13, 2013 - When you log into Facebook this week, you may be asked to change your password via the message below. It?s a precautionary step the social media giant is taking to protect its users whose information may have been exposed in the October Adobe hacking, which revealed passwords for up to 150 millio...
What Is Identity Theft Anyway?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, such as your Social Security number, name or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. A thief could take out a mortgage in your name or commit a crime and pretend to be you when caught. Thieves can even use your personal information to apply for a job or use your medical insurance!
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