This warning is issued from online security vendors such as PC Tools, which has consistently found spyware and other unwanted viral attacks on your computer. They are unfortunately hard at work and peak several days before the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday.
Last year while the majority were sitting and eating their Thanksgiving turkey, these unscrupulous cyber criminals were also feasting, but on PCs, infecting computers with a huge range of malware, spyware, trojans and other threats and unwanted viruses. Spyware software companies has found that attacks on the Internet and thus your computer has increased ten-fold over attacks during the rest of the year.
When these online shoppers hit the internet in record numbers on cyber Monday, these malicious thieves are already waiting for you. They are waiting to pick off credit card numbers, passwords and other security information.
This type of activity always escalates around mid-October every year and peaks on the Monday after Thanksgiving, according to Internet security experts. Online retail sales really kicks off their season on this date and these retailers make huge chunks of their revenue on the last five weeks of the calendar year. So these cyber thieves know they can do the most damage at this time of the year.
Here Are Some Tips For Sale Online Shopping:
– Make Sure You Protect Your Computers Web Browser
– Install Up To Date Security Protection
– Protect Yourself By Being Safe
– Know Where You Click
– Be Cyber Aware… Look For Signs
– Pay Using Secure Methods
– Do Not Disclose Too Much Information
– Keep And Print Our All Online Transactions