After completing his daily activities, he logged into his Facebook account yesterday. As per tradition, messages were received from many friends on Messenger.

A senior police officer was asked to borrow a thousand dollars from his Facebook account, saying that he was abroad. And their ATM is not working, some bills have to be paid so urgent money is needed.

When Asif asked for the account number, he understood from the traditional calling online instead of bank account that the account has been hacked.

He immediately took a screenshot of Facebook and WhatsApp to the said police officer for verification. He said that he is still in Pakistan and his account has been hacked. He reassured him and immediately contacted Maqsood, a member of the Patriotic Club.

Aware of the Hackers

Senior Army officers, bureaucrats, judges, top media persons, and senior officers from other institutions are represented in this unique and unique Officer’s Club, based on the single point agenda “We are one for the development and prosperity stability of Pakistan.”

Following the motto of “Building Pakistan not Destruction,” more than 2,000 members from different walks of life come together for Pakistan’s welfare and solution of national problems.

The gap between the institutions has narrowed, and the spirit of cooperation in the national interest has awakened.

With his professionalism, Asif Bodla soon recovered the police officer’s Facebook account. Asif is one of the top ethical hackers in the world. He has demonstrated his skills in various international organizations, including Google, Microsoft, and PayPal.

Some subversive elements create viruses for various purposes and then in multiple ways. Some harm people’s computers and mobiles and access the data in your systems and accounts and steal your essential secrets and business accounts.

But subversives use two tactics to access information, the first is to trick you into various reward schemes, and the second is the most common way to “show” different pornographic videos to lure users into watching the video.

When you click on the link to get access to watch the full video, when you are asked to accept the terms and conditions and change your setting, some people think the terms and conditions in their innocence and excitement.

OK, when the virus takes permission from you to access your system and accounts under the pretext of giving you access to videos.

Hackers are Hunting you

Similarly, nowadays, there are various apps on Facebook that contain our interests. Click to see which actor, politician, or personality you look like. How did you look in childhood, or how will you look in youth and old age? How will you look with a shave or beard?

Who has viewed your profile the most? Who is your best friend? All these apps ask you for account access permission. Once we give the virus (Access Permission), then they will voluntarily provide a specific.

Automatically manages time accounts, sends malware and all kinds of messages from your account to all your friends, and can use our timeline freely.

Avoid downloading files associated with Mail, Facebook, and WhatsApp, especially .exe, zip, SCR, VBS files.

These files may contain a Trojan horse that can allow a cracker to enter your computer and mobile phone.

Fifteen Ways to avoid from Hacking:

If you want to avoid hacking, then Follow the following fifteen best ways to prevent hacking:

  1. Change your passwords regularly.
  2. Always keep mobile verification alerts ON so you can receive alerts if someone is online from your account.
  3. Mobile companies update software from time to time to improve security, but some users are cheap or unaware. These users are easy targets for hackers.
  4. The software should be updated regularly.
  5. Do not download any software from any non-standard website on the Internet.
  6. Don’t access personal or financial data with public Wi-Fi
  7. Turn off anything you don’t need.
  8. Choose your apps wisely.
  9. Use a password, lock code, or encryption.
  10. Update your OS and other software frequently
  11. Download up-to-date security programs
  12. Destroy all traces of your personal info on the hardware you plan on selling.
  13. Come up with creative answers to your security questions
  14. Practice smart emailing
  15. Keep sensitive data off the cloud.

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