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How to Shop Online : Stay safe
Check the site's security. Each place you make a purchase must have a padlock symbol next to the address when placing an order. This ensures that your information is encrypted when transferred to Amazon servers, preventing thieves from reading the data. If you do not see the lock icon, do not buy from this site.
Use a credit card instead of a debit card. You have much more security if your account has been hacked if you pay with a credit card instead of a bank card. The reason for this is that if your bank card information is stolen, thieves will have direct access to your bank account. If your credit card information is stolen, it can be quickly recovered by the credit card company.
Don't buy on an unsafe wireless network. If you are connected to a non-secure wireless network, all data sent by the device is not encrypted until it reaches the router. This means that hackers can "listen" to the information on your device that you send and receive over the Internet. If you need to enter a password to connect to the network, this is secure and the data is encrypted. For added security, you can only make purchases from a computer in your home network.
Change your passwords. When you shop online, you inevitably create multiple accounts for use in different stores. Always check that your passwords are different for each store, regardless of the inconvenience, because if a store is hacked, twenty have access to your payment information in each store you use.
Archive your vouchers. Keep track of all your purchases so you can compare your income with your inventory. It also helps you get legitimate purchase coupons in case of fraud.
You can print and save coupons or save them digitally.
Buy using the antivirus system. Viruses on your computer can compromise your security and send your information to hackers and thieves. To prevent this, you need to constantly update your antivirus program and regularly check for viruses. See this guide to find out how to protect your computer from viruses and malware.