Computer Transmitted Diseases? A New Love Bug
When you’re browsing through love profiles online, you might be blinded by the love. You might find that all of your potential love interests seem to be into you, so you’re willing to do anything – even catch and pass on a dangerous love bug.
A computer virus.
Just like other more intimate moments, you need to make sure you’re protecting yourself and others from viruses that plague the online dating world. Even if you’re certain your computer is clean, another person’s computer may not.
And not everyone is exactly what they seem to be.
First of all, never, ever click on any links in emails from others you don’t really know. These can be routes into your computer for phishing attacks and hackers. Yes, this means you even need to avoid those cute-sy e-cards that everyone is sending. They can be virus-toting time bombs.
It’s also a good idea to avoid giving out your personal information to anyone – especially password information. While this should be common sense, you need to realize that hackers know how vulnerable you might be as a struggling single.
But you need to make sure they don’t get what they want – your money and your data.
To further protect yourself, make sure your email address for your online dating account isn’t your ‘real’ email address. Sign up for a free account with Hotmail, for example, to keep your life and your dating separate. This will only hinder cyber attacks more.
You can be safe and clean from this modern love bug. And don’t say we didn’t warn you!https://blog.datingwise.com/681/computer-transmitted-diseases-a-new-love-bug/SafetyCyber Attacks,Disease,Identity,Love,Money,Online Safety,Profile,VirusWhen you're browsing through love profiles online, you might be blinded by the love. You might find that all of your potential love interests seem to be into you, so you're willing to do anything - even catch and pass on a dangerous love bug. A computer virus. Just like...taraTara Milleradmin@datingwise.comAdministratorDating and Relationship Advice