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Online Shopping: Buy everything at online sale! Hiding the big danger without your knowledge, you know?

Online Shopping: Buy everything at online sale! Hiding the big danger without your knowledge, you know?



Rice, pulses, clothes, gifts, buying everything online! Aren't you calling for danger?



Rice, pulses, clothes, gifts, buying everything online! Aren't you calling for danger?



From rice, pulses to clothes or vegetable markets, almost everything is online nowadays. One of the reasons for this is busyness and easy availability. Any product is easily available online in the country and even in the world and you don't have to go anywhere or spend a lot of time to buy it.

In the office, in the space of tiffin or in the middle of teaching children, you just have to add a little to the cart on your mobile phone. On top of that, corona outbreaks have increased the risk of online shopping. As a result, today almost everyone from eight to eighty is familiar with the online e-commerce market.

In this situation, the fraudsters are using this business to spread fraud. And the security firm CheckPoint is warning from that.

According to the company, fraud is always going on by using e-commerce sites. Many people are being robbed of money. Information is being sold in places that are doing us a lot of harm, unknowingly and unknowingly.

This level of deception is greatly increased during the cell. In e-commerce, there is often a special sale or big day centered around different special days. And at this time the level of cheating increases a lot.

According to the company, the recent 11:11 sale in China, Diwali and other festivals in India, many hackers have fulfilled their interests. How to save yourself from this trap of hacking? Here are some tips:

*Verification of e-commerce platform
Shopping should always be done by verifying the authenticity of the e-commerce platform. Never enter the site by clicking on the promotional link in the email or social media. If we need to buy something we should first do a Google search.

*Viewing the domain of the website
Lots of e-commerce links come. There are also links to many websites whose spellings and domains need to be checked.

*It is better not to believe in strange offers
There are many links in emails or social media where many expensive items are being offered at very low prices or 60 percent discount, especially in the case of iPhone, iPad. It is better not to believe these and not to enter into these links.

*You need to check the URL padlock before the transaction
The lock should be looked at. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption must be checked before any online transaction. It is better not to make transactions from the website which does not have this SSL encryption. To see if there is SSL, you need to check if there is S next to HTTP. If a website has HTTPS then money should be exchanged from there.

*Be careful with password reset emails
Beware of password reset e-mails, especially this November because lots of companies are selling a lot of offers. If an unsolicited password reset mail arrives, it is best not to open it. Instead, go to the website, open the link and reset the password.

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