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Alert! Hacker(s) attacks again!


Evaloves4

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Last night we were under hacker attack again. This time the target was my Ivy. Thanks to the hardware firewall my Prince bought and Antonio's guy for Internet security installed, all attacks were blocked. The attacker couldn't get any access to any data on our computers but somehow he/she managed to install 3 malware programs for tracking which is pointless because our firewall doesn't let any data out of our computer without our permission. My Prince successfully uninstalled them and deleted them. The tracker on the firewall couldn't find the attacker because he or she used several servers in different countries. Anyway, no damage done.

 

I talked to my luvs this morning and we decided that although I already used fake names for all people named in my diaries, I will stop writing about events that contains our or their personal data such as: birthdays, living locations, the names of the cities we and them are living and similar. Hacking became most concerned problem in our country in last several months and no one is spared. My Ivy's credit card was hacked and money stolen several months ago when she bought cosmetic articles for us online, and after her, my Google accounts (private and business) were hacked too.

 

After the last night attack we all checked our net activities and shot down or deleted every social account the remained except LL although we did it before. The purpose of this post is to warn you to be alert for you never know when YOU will be hackers' next target. Stay safe LL.

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I talked to my luvs this morning and we decided that although I already used fake names for all people named in my diaries, I will stop writing about events that contains our or their personal data such as: birthdays, living locations, the names of the cities we and them are living and similar.

Good.

Glad the damage was lesser this time. Remember not to click on suspicious mails/visit suspicious sites, and to have passwords with enough letters and numbers in them and they shouldn't be able to bypass your securities. Smiley_jap_HFR.gif

 

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