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Not too long ago, taking the phone off the hook was all it took to increase your privacy. And back then, there was no need to worry about hackers commandeering your old-school word processor.
Below are some tips, tricks, links and sites that can ensure that when it comes to security, you are surfing the net in solitude.
Some say a web browser is only as safe as you make it. Opera has a ton of built-in and user-friendly features that make amping up the privacy quite simple. Although the number of users are limited (especially when compared to Chrome or Mozilla) those that use it rave about its trustworthiness.
• Two-factor protection
Designed to reduce the risk of identity theft and phishing, two-factor protection is a security factor found within the largest email providers—Gmail, Yahoo and Outlook. The two factors include knowledge-based criteria (something known only by the user) and a possession factor (something only the user possesses).