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NISM Winners June 30: Real Adventures in Internet Security

Announcing this week’s winners of the Real Adventures in Internet Security Bundle Giveaway Event. One last big ‘THANK YOU’ to everyone who sent us an entry. With your stories, you have raised awareness of the importance of staying safe online and you’ve helped others stay safe and protect themselves. All winners received super security bundles […]

Weekly Winners June 26: Real Adventures in Internet Security

Announcing this week’s winners of the Real Adventures in Internet Security Bundle Giveaway Event. A big ‘Thank You’ to everyone who submitted an entry. Read on to check out the stories from this week’s winners. Submit your entry to mystory@stickypassword.com during June for your chance to receive one of 10 super security bundles that includes […]

Weekly Winners June 19: Real Adventures in Internet Security

It’s Friday (June 19) during National Internet Safety Month, so we’re announcing the next winners of the Real Adventures in Internet Security Bundle Giveaway Event. A big ‘Thank You!’ to everyone who submitted an entry. What a great response with so many of you writing to us about your online security experiences. Keep the entries […]

Getting hooked!? Phishing Attack Quiz

The results are coming in and they aren’t pretty! The folks at Intel Security created a quiz about the dangers of online phishing and the results for the 19,000 people around the world are revealing. Only 3% scored a perfect 10 out of 10! (Take the quiz.) A perfect score in protecting yourself against phishing […]

3 Phishy Things to Watch Out For

The key to protecting yourself from phishing attacks and email scams is to recognize the elements used to trap you. Phishing is the use of social engineering on the Internet that tries to get you to click on links or enter your personal credentials like passwords, bank or credit card details, or other personal data. […]

3 Keys to Protect Yourself From Phishing Attacks

You open up your inbox and there’s an email from a bank. Sometimes it’s your bank, sometimes it’s a bank you’ve never heard. Sometimes it’s from a really big company like PayPal that the whole world has heard of, so it must be important! The subject line is something like: Problem with your account, rectify […]

The Ins and Outs of Scams

One of our favorite movies is The Sting (starring Paul Newman as Gondorff, Robert Redford as Johnny Hooker and Robert Shaw as the bad guy, Doyle Lonnegan). In the movie, Hooker and Gondorff team up to get even with Lonnegan after his gang killed Hooker’s partner. They craft a complicated con game to get even […]