Analyzing the obsure Ebay hack

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  1. Many breaches boil down to someone leaving out-of-date software running. Most major computer companies issue regular updates to protect against newly emerging vulnerabilities
  2. Keep your software and operating systems updated. To make it easy, turn on automatic updates when possible
  3. Use strong, unique passwords
  4. Whenever you have the option, enable multi-factor authentication, particularly for crucial log-ins like bank and credit card accounts
  5. Encrypt the data that’s stored on your smartphone and computer.
  6. Be careful using public Wi-Fi

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