www.jobspost.info online security team always conducts regular checks of illegal job advertisements that request users’ personal or financial information. However, illegal job advertisements may still appear on the www.jobspost.info website.
Tips for protecting your personal information online:
- Before entering your personal information on a site, make sure that the browser address bar is green, the URL (site address) changes from ‘http’ to ‘https’ and you see the ‘lock padlock’ icon.
- The safest way to access a site is to type the site address directly into the browser column and press the “bookmark” feature.
- Check the link address using the “mouse” arrow to make sure there are no misspellings or unexpected site addresses before you access them. Phishing emails often provide links to dangerous sites.
- Use a password that is difficult for others to guess. The characteristics of a good password are quite long and complicated (a combination of letters, numbers and other characters), unique (not used for other applications), new (replaced at least every 90 days) and not easy to guess (avoid using words general, date, name etc.)
- Simply providing enough information every time you move online.
- If you use a public computer, make sure you are out or logged out before leaving the room. Don’t select the “save or remember password” option on a public computer.
- Install antivirus / anti-malware software to stop potential attacks on your computer system. Run antivirus software regularly to scan your system and remove all the hazards that exist.
Tips for protecting your data from phishing emails:
- Check the sender’s e-mail address; is it seen from a trusted source?
- If you are unsure of the e-mail / e-mail, contact the company according to the number printed on their official website (not from e-mail) before you respond to the e-mail.
- Check the credibility of the link in the email / email by moving your “mouse” arrow to the link section without clicking.
- Do not open file attachments if you are not sure if they contain viruses that harm your computer.
- Use a spam filter to block suspicious messages from entering your email address.
- Do an online search. Search for company or product name into your favorite search engine like google, bing or yandex with words such as “review,” “complaint” or “scam.” Or search phrase that describes your situation, such as “call the IRS.” You can even find a phone number to see if anyone else has reported it as a fraud.
- Contact your bank to report that there has been fraud in your account.