Hi, guys! Back again with another post unrelated to my WordPress’s main subject.
You see the image for this post? It’s an inforgraphic that I was in charge of making in Canva. It was for our project in our subject Empowerment Technology.
As for the little essay down below, this is the essay I wrote in our first Empowerment Technology exam last time. It may seem rushed so it might not be the best but hey, time constraints are a thing in exams so I had to come up with a good essay to write.
But still, I hope you enjoy reading the essay below. Let me know what you think! ヽ(´▽`)/
P.S. – Due to this infographic having real names of my groupmates written, I have to censor them for safety purposes. Some people know my real first name online though. I just decided to censor my last name since I don’t want to reveal it just yet.
There are numerous ways to keep your online self secure. First is to come up with a strong password. Some websites automatically determine if the password you are going to use while using the registration form is weak or strong. However, one important thing to remember is that your password should not be so easy for anyone to guess, like 12345 or abcd.
Second is to be wary of suspicious-looking ads or websites. It is common to see ads that promote something like “Come and get a free gadget right now!” or “Take this chance to win $100,000,000!”. Don’t just immediately trust them because chances are, it’s a scam or a trap. If you fill in your personal information in order to get the “reward”, someone could take advantage of it.
Third is to go online shopping at the most trustworthy internet stores. Some examples are iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon, and Lazada. These stores usually guarantee that you will get the product you wish to purchase.
Lastly, never reveal sensitive or confidential personal information to public. You could end up jeopardizing your safety or the safety of other people.