It is uncomfortable to think about the dangers of everyday life. Accidents and tragedies are reported on the news daily. True crime documentaries and podcasts are soaring in viewership and listenership. And it is just because humans love to indulge in our morbid curiosities. In fact, no matter your luck, anything can happen to anyone—and it could happen to you.
The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It’s a very mean and nasty place and I don’t care how tough you are. It will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life.— Rocky Balboa
How can you protect yourself from the dangers of our world?
Virtual Private Network
A virtual private network (VPN) encrypts your internet usage data and passes it through a remote server, obscuring your location and identity. It is highly recommended to use a VPN when you are using a public intent connection or whenever you are connected to a network you cannot trust. Beware that VPNs do not serve as malware and they do not directly prevent hacking. But there are many benefits to using a VPN, including being able to set your remote server to a location that is different from where you are based. Although not recommended, many people use VPNs to stream shows and movies that are blocked in their home country.
Private accounts with sensitive information are constantly being hacked. And yet, the irony is that most people don’t bother to secure their apps and sites with strong passwords. One of the most common passwords of hacked accounts is:
People are lazy with their passwords even though do care about securing their data—it’s just that secure passwords are hard to remember. After all, most people have a hard enough time remembering birthdays or even basic facts about their week.
Two-factor authentication provides an additional layer of security by requiring verification by the user even after the correct password has been entered at login. This means that even if the wrong person correctly manages to guess your password, two-factor authentication will require further verification such as entering a one-time code from an authentication app or a text message from your phone.
If you haven’t looked away from this article yet, bravo for being brave!
Unfortunately, hackers and thieves aren’t the only people trying to make unwelcome entrances into private spaces.
One of the most problematic and common pests in America is termites, which cause billions of dollars worth of damage annually. Though small and seemingly harmless at first glance, termites will potentially eat anything that is wood or wood-based in your home at an alarmingly fast rate. If you have a termite infestation, we highly recommend calling a professional immediately for termite tenting and control.
Delaying professional termite control or attempting at-home remedies will allow the infestation to persist, which can lead to costly structural damage and health hazards. We recommend the seeking the help of Grand Oaks Termite & Pest Control Inc. You can give them a call today:
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