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Cybercrime is also known as computer or digital crime and involves infecting a computer or a network with different viruses for harming someone’s reputation or making financial frauds. The online criminals use different techniques to hack your email, chats, mobile phone, credit card, apps and in other words your entire privacy and rights in order to obtain money or defame you.

Cybercrime can have much more serious and sinister intentions, such as trafficking in child pornography, copyright infringement, sextortion and that is just to name a few. According to a Bromium and McGuire report, cybercriminals generated at least $1.5 trillion in revenue in 2018. 

Cybercriminals do not attack only organizations, big companies or famous people, they also hack the privacy of other individuals from all walks of life. So, you could be the next victim if you do not protect yourself and your data. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Center (IC3), people are reporting around 900 cybercrime complaints a day. 

We have to admit the fact that the cybercrime phenomenon is not something that can be instantly stopped, but you can prevent this crime and try to stay away from such digital attacks that can endanger your life. So, here are some tips and the best advice from people who have successfully avoided these cybercrimes. Read on for more info!

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