Here are some tips from Lutz, Tuesday (05/09/2017), to keep personal data so as not to leak and spread outside :
1. Use different passwords
The use of different passwords reduces the risk of breaking all your accounts. For example, if one account is hacked, hackers can not use the same password to log in to another account.
2. Ensure home internet network security
One way to secure the internet network is to create a password. Most wireless routers have default passwords (default), you should replace them. Congenital passwords can be predicted, so hackers can easily hack internet network.
3. Be careful when downloading software
To prevent this, one way is uncheck or uncheck any additional features that are normally included in dafault when the software is installed. This can reduce the risk incurred if it turns out that you download is malicious software.
4. Watch for suspicious emails
The files to watch out for are .exe and .bat, but do not rule out other types such as PDFs, can also be dangerous. The best way when you receive a suspicious email is to remove it or mark it as spam.