One of the easiest ways for hackers to steal is to get a batch of username and password combinations from one source and try those same combinations elsewhere. So don’t use easy to guess passwords and also use different passwords for different accounts.
2. Turn on Two-Factor Authentication
Two-factor authentication is like neck pain, but it will make your accounts more secure. Two-factor authentication means you have another layer of security that you just have to go beyond the username and password to get into your accounts
3. Clear Your Browser Cache
Your browser’s cache knows much about you don’t underestimate this data. Like Saved cookies, saved searches, and web history can indicate home addresses, family information, and other personal data are saved as cache, so better to clear such browser cache time to time
4. Don’t Download Unauthentic Apps or Software
Downloading apps or software to your device from insecure and unauthentic source may cause your device and you into trouble. Many time such types of file contains malicious codes to attack your device
5. Avoid using private information on Public Wifi
Public Wi-Fi networks generally do not encrypt traffic, and this means that anyone on the same network can try to snoop your traffic. Thus, avoid transmission of any sensitive data on public Wi-Fi – login, password, credit card data, and beyond on public or free internet.