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+Protecting Your Computer:
1) Keep Your Firewall Turned On:

A firewall helps protect your computer from hackers who might try to gain access to crash it, delete information, or even steal passwords or other sensitive information. Software firewalls are widely recommended for single computers. The software is prepackaged on some operating systems or can be purchased for individual computers. For multiple networked computers, hardware routers typically provide firewall protection.

2) Install or Update Your Antivirus Software:

Antivirus software is designed to prevent malicious software programs from embedding on your computer. If it detects malicious code, like a virus or a worm, it works to disarm or remove it. Viruses can infect computers without users' knowledge. Most types of antivirus software can be set up to update automatically.

3) Install or Update Your Antispyware Technology:

Spyware is just what it sounds like—software that is surreptitiously installed on your computer to let others peer into your activities on the computer. Some spyware collects information about you without your consent or produces unwanted pop-up ads on your web browser. Some operating systems offer free spyware protection, and inexpensive software is readily available for download on the Internet or at your local computer store. Be wary of ads on the Internet offering downloadable antispyware—in some cases these products may be fake and may actually contain spyware or other malicious code. It's like buying groceries—shop where you trust.

4) Keep Your Operating System Up to Date:

Computer operating systems are periodically updated to stay in tune with technology requirements and to fix security holes. Be sure to install the updates to ensure your computer has the latest protection.

5) Be Careful What You Download:

Carelessly downloading e-mail attachments can circumvent even the most vigilant anti-virus software. Never open an e-mail attachment from someone you don't know, and be wary of forwarded attachments from people you do know. They may have unwittingly advanced malicious code.

6) Turn Off Your Computer:

With the growth of high-speed Internet connections, many opt to leave their computers on and ready for action. The downside is that being "always on" renders computers more susceptible. Beyond firewall protection, which is designed to fend off unwanted attacks, turning the computer off effectively severs an attacker's connection—be it spyware or a botnet that employs your computer's resources to reach out to other unwitting users.

+Malware:
7) Detect Malware:

Monitor your computer for unusual behavior. Your computer may be infected with malware if it:

  • Slows down, crashes, or displays repeated error messages
  • Won’t shut down or restart
  • Serves up a barrage of pop-ups
  • Displays web pages you didn't intend to visit, or sends emails you didn't write

Other warning signs of malware include:

  • New and unexpected toolbars
  • New and unexpected icons in your shortcuts or on your desktop
  • A sudden or repeated change in your computer's internet home page
  • A laptop battery that drains more quickly than it should
8) Get Rid of Malware:

If you suspect there is malware is on your computer, take these steps:

  • Stop shopping; banking, and doing other online activities that involve user names, passwords, or other sensitive information.
  • Update your security software, and then run it to scan your computer for viruses and spyware. Delete anything it identifies as a problem. You may have to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
  • If your computer is covered by a warranty that offers free tech support, contact the manufacturer. Before you call, write down the model and serial number of your computer, the name of any software you've installed, and a short description of the problem.
  • Many companies – including some affiliated with retail stores – offer tech support on the phone, online, at their store, and in your home. Decide which is most convenient for you. Telephone and online help generally are the least expensive, but you may have to do some of the work yourself. Taking your computer to a store usually is less expensive than hiring a repair person to come into your home.
  • Once your computer is back up and running, think about how malware could have been downloaded to your machine, and what you could do differently to avoid it in the future.
+Key Logger:
9) How Does A Key logger Get Into My Selling Machine?

Most of the time, this malicious file enters a computer when the user downloads an infected application like movies, music or other software applications. Other people who want to keep track of what the My Selling Machine user is doing can also install them manually on the computer.

10) What Is A Key Logger And What Does It Do?

How to Find Key logger on Your Computer

It is third party malicious software called malware that hides inside the computer system to monitor what the user is typing. It is able to record every single keystroke that is being typed on the keyboard. The most dangerous information that might be stolen is confidential and financial details like account passwords and bank account numbers. Most identity theft cases happen when sensitive information is captured and misused.

11) How To Find A Key Logger on Your Computer?

Key logger normally install in one of the Windows directory and the place is hidden so it will be very hard to know which file belong to the key logger since windows have more than 100K files.

This method has been check and working 100% with windows Operating Systems.

I do not know about another OS.

Step 1: Make sure you have anti virus program running. First you need to do is go to start up and click under “Run”. Then, Type “msconfig”. It will open a new window. After that, click under Start up (it located on the top right hand). After you click that, there will be so many program that you can disable or enable from here.

Step 2: Disable the entire running program in the startup item by clicking on the box. Remember to Disable all. After that, Shut down all you Firewall and Anti Virus software that currently running. Then,

Step 3: Check again at the msconfig window under Startup (all the program is disable before). If you see any program that automatically enable by itself, That program is definitely the keylogger program that running back on because you have disable your anti virus. Record the name of the program and the location of the program. If there is nothing enable, it mean that you are free from any keylogger.

Step 4: Enable/ Run back your anti virus and fire wall program. Remember to enable back all the start up program. Now, you know the keylogger file name and where it located. So, go to that location and delete the keylogger program.

Step 5: Close the entire program and restart your computer. Now, You are free from key logger program.

12) Safety tips:
  1. Do not download any programs from someone that you do not know.
  2. Make sure you scan all downloaded file with good anti virus program.
  3. Have a Good Firewall program.
  4. Make sure you know what program you install on your computer and where it located.
+Prevent Spoofing And Phishing:
13) Spoofing and Phishing:

Phishing is an Internet word for "fishing". The senders are fishing for personal information from you. Don't let them catch you!!

Everyone receives these emails that are sent out by criminals who have only one goal in mind and that is to steal your money. Phishing is a criminal activity punishable by law.

No Nigerian, Liberian or friend of someone's deceased Uncle in Uganda is going to give you millions of US dollars. Nor has Mrs. Jane Doe found millions lying around in the garage, that need getting out of the country.

They want to take YOUR money. Do not reply to these emails. Delete them. These are not nice people.

1. Never use your My Selling Machine username or email addresses when taking part in any kind of forums or discussion groups. It is best if you use an ID that is completely different from your My Selling Machine user name and email whenever possible use a disposable web based email address that such sites as Hotmail and Yahoo can provide to you. Certainly the easiest way that many fraudsters will gain your name and email address is through these kinds of groups.

2. Never use the same password you use for your My Selling Machine account for other site that you access. This can be extremely dangerous and put your My Selling Machine account at risk in a matter of minutes the scammer will be able to gain access your My Selling Machine account or even your own personal bank and credit card ones.

3. If you do receive any kind of a communication that contains a link from My Selling Machine and you are unsure as to whether it is actually from My Selling Machine, do not click on that link Also if it contains a form asking you to fill it out do not fill the form in. Instead you should do is open up a new web browser page and then type in the address of the site that has supposedly sent you from JBP in the email so that you can see for yourself what is going on if anything.

4. At no time should you ever supply your My Selling Machine ID or password to anyone. If received an email requesting your My Selling Machine ID or password, remember My Selling Machine nor any reputable site such as your bank or Credit Card Company will not request this kind of information from you.

5. When you open an account with an online payment processors for your My Selling Machine account with PayToo, Payza, Egopay, SolidTrustPay, or Perfect Money it is important that you use a private email address and one which you are not using anywhere else. Also it is important to remember that the email address you use, in order to receive and send payments and receive payments.

These are just a couple of examples of what you should look for. The spammer/phisher uses our email address with changes hoping that nobody will take the time to check if it's real and notice the errors and/or changes made.

Payza phishing example:

There were a couple tell-tale signs:

1. The body of the email was written to "Dear Customer" instead of being written to me, personally.

2. The sender's email address was [email protected] via host.spadesgamesllc.com

3. The email will direct you to click a link in the email itself to access my account ... this is a typical phishing technique.

If you click the link in their email it ends up taking you to a website that looks EXACTLY like Payza so you'll enter your email address and password, then, when you hit submit you'd end up getting an error message that asks you to try logging in again sometime later. If this happens to you, you need to log into your account IMMEDIATELY and change your password so the bad guys don't take over your account with the info you just gave them!

Remember

PayToo, Payza, Egopay, SolidTrustPay, or Perfect Money will ever send you and email that begins with “Dear Customer”, they know your name.

If you look at the header you will see that the host is an unknown one that you have never heard of. But you don't have to actually worry about that: Because you will not click the link, you will delete the phishing email and:

When in doubt DO NOT CLICK!

Rule 1: Never click on links in emails.

Rule 2: Do not give out personal information to strangers. The new friend on Facebook who wants to help you might be actually wanting to help himself or herself.

Rule 3: Make sure the email is actually from the company/person it says it is from. FROM addresses can be faked. See example at the end.

Rule 4: If you ever make a mistake in haste or because you're tired, or think that you have just login to wherever it happened and change your email address. If you do this right away your account will not come to any harm.

Suggestion: Create two accounts with payment processors. Use one for the places you earn with and then transfer payments into the other unknown account. This way if something should happen you do not lose any money.

By keeping these guidelines in mind you should be able to help to prevent spoofing and phishing from making you another victim of this new kind of fraud.

+Protect your My Selling Machine Account from Hackers and other spies:
14) Protecting Your Account:

PASSWORDS

We notice that My Selling Machine members are using passwords that will give a hacker access to their account within 30 seconds.

Never use your date of birth as a password for your My Selling Machine account.

Never use simple passwords secure your My Selling Machine password by using a password like: Xx2iF*Lp

Not like these:
123456
querty
qwertz
a123456
password

When a form says Enter Password, it does not mean for you to write: password into the field for it. It means that you should enter something as a password, such as Xx2iF*Lp

Roboform.com is an excellent way to deal with logging in and passwords. It also has a password generator. Roboform is free for a number of entries and then it now has a yearly fee. Roboform is well worth the money.

There's also a password program available for Smartphones as an app.

When using an Internet café or other public computer to access your My Selling Machine account always log out of your account. Never just get up and leave, enabling the person after you access your My Selling Machine account with ease. Also make sure that nobody is crowding you when you enter your password.

Delete your browse history: Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer etc
- log out
- For Firefox, click on Tools and then on Clear Recent History and just check all the boxes.
- For IE, click on Tools then options and then on delete cookies. In the drop down menu of the address bar you see the urls and you can click the X next to all the pages you visited in My Selling Machine and they have been easily deleted.
- Chrome click the wrench in upper right hand corner select history a new page will open Select Delete all history.

Even at home, if you have company over, make sure that you are logged out properly and that you have no passwords on stickies either on your Desktop or stuck to the monitor - or on your desk. Therefore log off everywhere also at home before you leave your computer.

If websites offer to save you login information, refuse, click on "no" or check the "no" box.

Google offers a second Step verification to secure your Google email account this is a good way to protect your My Selling Machine email from being hacked.

There are key scramblers that can be downloaded from http://download.cnet.com

Keep your email address password extremely secure. Someone might try to change your password on one of your accounts but if they can't get into your email account to verify the change your account will be safe. You will see the confirmation email and can then change your password for the account the hacker tried to get control over and for your email account too - just to be on the safe side and never the same passwords for each.

If you get an email asking you confirm your password change from My Selling Machine and you did not change your password, do not click the link, reply back to the email that you did not request to change your password.

There are free scans that are good, so use these to scan your system at least once a week.

http://www.fsecure.com has a free scan and this also removes any malware. For free. Malwarebytes.com is good to use, it's fast and free.

If you buy a new laptop or desktop and give the old one back to the shop (to a friend, family member or auction it off) please delete everything on the hard disk before taking it in or otherwise disposing of it. There are programs that will overwrite the hard disk and it's worth doing because you don't want them to check to see if they can salvage anything and find all your information laid out for them on your hard disk. http://www.oo-software.com and their Safe Erase is especially of interest to our German members although the site is also in English.

Make sure you have a good anti virus and firewall installed. Secure your wireless connection according to the router instructions.

So remember to:

- Create strong and separate passwords for your email accounts. Do not use words found in the dictionary (in any language).

- Keep your operating system updated.

- Never reply to emails asking for your password. Not any company that you are a member of needs your password.

- Be very careful when using public or shared computers and also with unsecure wireless networks.

- Make sure your security question is something absolutely nobody knows the answer to. You don't have to be truthful and say your uncle's name is John, which everyone knows; he can be Raymond or even Starship99.

- Be very careful at Facebook and other Social Sites and if you happen to visit some websites that are X-rated, always scan afterwards. Casinos, some dating sites and X-rated sites along with game sites can be infested with viruses. Being careful is time consuming but it saves us from a lot of grief and even more lost time.

Skype users never save history, disable wifi
Do not link your Skype and Facebook accounts this is an open invitation for hackers!
Never put any My Selling Machine account information on Skype.
Go to tools and options and privacy to change these settings.

A long read but best to spend a bit of time reading and be safe than not to and run into problems.

+Smartphone Malware:

Install an anti-virus and a malware program
On your mobile phone, and stay away from apps by companies you’re not familiar with. A free app may sound cool, but don’t throw caution to the wind… you may pay dearly for it later.
Attackers have found a way for getting people to download malware, mobile phone apps. Usually mobile phone malware comes in the form of a Trojan horse–a type of malware that poses as one thing but is something entirely different.

For example, an app that claims to be a cheap or free game, book or product from a publisher you do not know, but instead of doing what you thought it would, it installs malware on your mobile phone to capture personal information, passwords and more.

Tips to help you keep your Android handset free of malware.

  1. Always research the publisher of the app.
  2. What other apps does it offer?
  3. Do any of them look a bit shady? If so, you should probably stay away.
  4. Read online reviews. Android Market reviews may not always be truthful.
  5. Check around to see what reputable Websites are saying about the app before you hit the download button.
  6. Always check app permissions. Whenever you download or update an app, you get a list of permissions for it. An alarm clock app, for instance, probably shouldn't need to look through your contacts.

    The general rule of thumb: If an app is asking for more than what it needs to do its job, you should skip it.

  7. Avoid directly installing Android Package files (APKs)...
  8. APK files that you randomly come across. Most of the time you won't know what the file contains until you install it--and by then it's too late.

+Ransomware:

Ransomware is a form of malware used for data kidnapping, an exploit in which the attacker encrypts your data and demands payment for the decryption key. A ransom ware program can be installed from an e-mail attachment, an infected program, or a compromised or malicious Web site. Malware used for this purpose is sometimes called a crypto virus, cryptotrojan or crypto worm.

How do criminals install ransomware?

Ransomware is typically installed when you open a malicious email attachment or when you click a malicious link in an email message or instant message or on a social networking site or other website. Ransomware can even be installed when you visit a malicious website.
An example of this would be an attacker has gained access to your My Selling Machine account: You would receive an email from the attacker demanding you pay a fee to get your account back.

  1. Report your account hacked to support right away
  2. Do not send the attacker any money ---he/she is not going to give you your account back!
  3. Work with My Selling Machine Hacked Department to gain access to your account.

How do I avoid ransomware?

There are several free ways to help protect your computer against ransom ware and other malware:

  • Keep all of the software on your computer up to date. Make sure automatic updating is turned on to get all the latest Microsoft security updates.
  • Keep your firewall turned on.
  • Don't open spam email messages or click links on suspicious websites.
  • Download Microsoft Security Essentials, which is free, or use another reputable antivirus and anti-malware program. If you run Windows 8 or Windows RT, you don’t need Microsoft Security Essentials.
  • Scan your computer with the Microsoft Safety Scanner.

What should I do if I have ransom ware on my computer?

To detect and remove ransom ware and other malicious software that might be installed on your computer, run a full-system scan with an appropriate, up-to-date, security solution.

  • Avoid scams and hoaxes
  • Secure my information
  • Create better passwords