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How To Become a Victim of Cybercrime

It’s easier than you think.

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There’s… there’s a lot of cybercrime happening out there. I read somewhere that a cyberattack attempt is made once every 39 seconds.

If true, that’s probably a naive, idealistic number. Given how cybercriminals use bots for automated attacks and don’t even have to be present to commit crimes, I imagine the actual number of…




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