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Christmas is a time when online cybercriminals work their hardest.
PayPal has been left red-faced after it was forced to admit a massive data breach.
Analysis of dating apps has shown that many of them leak data.
New research reveals 1.9 billion email account details are available for purchase online.
Experts abandon old advice and recommend a new tip to keep your data safe.
Have you ever charged your device using a public USB port?
Follow these simple steps to protect your valuable personal information.
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