Hackers have been a problem for many years, roughly 35 give or take, and they don’t seem to be going anywhere, but only coming out in more abundance. Just like with all scammers and scams, tricks, fraud and theft, the best way to protect yourself from these disasters and avoid them is to educate yourself, and Ian Leaf takes time to do just that.
If you are caught by a hacker and he is making your life miserable, there isn’t really any good way this could turn out. To be honest, the best outcome of being a victim of computer fraud, or any fraud, is to lose some of your money. No big deal, right? It’s only money. However, the worst thing to come from fraud is identity theft because that will ruin your life. To add insult to injury, it is also more complicated to return your own identity to you.
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