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Internet browsing safety

by Cori Garzón

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Internet browsing safety
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Friday 25st January 2021
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About this publication
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In addition to the endless number of advantages it offers, the Internet also requires a series of precautions to be taken to prevent the threats hidden behind the screen.
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Security on every click when browsing the Internet
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In addition to the endless number of advantages it offers, the Internet also requires a series of precautions to be taken to prevent the threats hidden behind the screen.
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Words by Cori Garzón

Iberdrola (2022) says "Today surfing the Internet has become more than an everyday action. At any moment and with just one click, we can search information on a website, publish on social networks, check our email, buy or even do banking.
This facility to access the Internet and everything we need simplifies our day to day, but... are we aware of the dangers after each click?
Just as in real life there are criminals, on the Internet, cybercriminals exploit every neglect, both human and technical, to steal information, propagate viruses or take any action they can use for their own benefit.
However, even if when connecting to the Internet we are exposed to these types of threats, safe surfing is possible. How? Simply, being aware of the risks that exist and applying a series of simple recommendations like those that we indicate to you next".
The internet is an open door to the world. We can find necessary information, but we can receive misinformation or be subjected to some virtual delinquency.
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Words by Cori Garzón

Get Safe Online (2022) says: "The internet has revolutionised the way we live our lives – enabling us to read the news, enjoy entertainment, carry out research, book our holidays, buy and sell, shop, network, learn, bank and carry out many other everyday tasks. However, there are a number of risks associated with going online. These result from either visiting malicious websites or inadvertent disclosure of personal information.
When you use the internet, your browser (for example Internet Explorer, Opera, Chrome, Safari or Firefox) keeps a record of which sites you have visited in its ‘history’.
When you use the internet, the websites you visit are visible to your Internet Service Provider, who will record details of your internet usage in accordance with legal requirements.
Check that the website’s address seems to be genuine by looking for subtle misspellings, extra words, characters or numbers or a completely different name from that you would expect the business to have".

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