never see this topic.... Bloves did a Bump
Nicks can you remenber if one of your friends/contacts send to you a link or email with a link that sayd page not found?
if so, you just found out the person wo hack your account..
Never share your password to anyone.
Don't use password as your nick name, phone no. or pet names..
Use the combination of lower case, upper case, numbers and special characters for passwords.
Never click on any suspected link comes in a mail from unknown sender.
Never give your passwords to any 3rd party websites for any service.
Use different passwords for different accounts.
Check the website url every time before login. EX: check url to be http://www.facebook.com
before login to face account. Never login to website such as http://www.facebook.otherwebsit.com
Use secondary email address and mobile phone numbers with secret questions for account recovery.
Use latest antivirus and antimalware softwares with firewall on.
These are some steps which you can follow for safe surfing over the internet.
also for you to know is, it's extremely common for websites to protect your password by encrypting the initial login, but surprisingly uncommon for websites to encrypt everything else. This leaves the cookie (and the user) vulnerable. HTTP session hijacking (sometimes called "sidejacking") is when an attacker gets a hold of a user's cookie, allowing them to do anything the user can do on a particular website. On an open wireless network, cookies are basically shouted through the air, making these attacks extremely easy.
This is a widely known problem that has been talked about to death, yet very popular websites continue to fail at protecting their users. The only effective fix for this problem is full end-to-end encryption, known on the web as HTTPS or SSL.