Modern Digital Security: How to protect yourself from hackers

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1. Google ads that are supposedly like the ones you're searching for.

1.1. Leads to this site

1.1.1. Other Examples

2. What is hacking nowaday

2.1. Social engineering.

3. Social Enginering

3.1. Governement ID

3.2. Personal Info

3.3. Email "Your password has been exposed please update it here."

3.3.1. More info

3.4. Physical Phishing/Skimming

3.4.1. These we find on atms such as card skimmers

3.4.2. Phishing

4. Movie and news hacking

4.1. You left your account logged in

4.2. Man In the Middle

4.2.1. Open Wifi

4.2.2. Honey Pot

4.2.3. For someone with a vpn this is just free wifi.

4.2.4. Have I been pwned? Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach

4.3. Data/Info exsposure

4.3.1. Hacks

4.3.1.1. Website hacked in real time - Internet Live Stats

4.3.1.2. World’s Biggest Data Breaches & Hacks — Information is Beautiful

4.3.1.3. Recent huge compilation of passwords.

4.4. Malware

4.4.1. Copy paste changers

4.4.1.1. Bank account numbers, emails, and crypto address.

4.4.2. Key loggers

4.4.2.1. Bank account numbers, emails, and crypto address.

5. Intro

5.1. Cost of protecting yourself

5.1.1. Pay Attention

5.1.2. Use a password manager with good password

5.1.3. 2 Factors

6. Questions

6.1. FAQ

6.1.1. Using encryption Keys

7. How to protect yourself

7.1. Pay Attention

7.2. Passwords

7.2.1. Any password you reuse in any variation

7.2.2. Bad Passwords

7.2.2.1. Ben1992

7.2.2.2. BenUllrich

7.2.2.3. Subaru

7.2.2.4. @fmR#s-+3e<J<ty'

7.2.2.5. Lines from your favorite book, poem or movie

7.2.3. Good passwords

7.2.3.1. Who manages like we nonsense

7.2.3.2. 1 ate a grow either two

7.2.3.3. BOB1 ate fact look @ mississippi #

7.2.4. Password managers

7.2.4.1. Lastpass

7.2.4.2. KeePass

7.2.4.3. Watch this if you want to know more Security Weekly #424 - Roll Your Own Password Vault

7.2.4.4. Roll your own program

7.2.4.5. Do not forget to backup all this

7.3. 2 Factor Athentication

7.3.1. Authy

7.3.2. Google Authenticator

7.3.3. Phone

7.3.4. Email

7.3.5. Proprietary apps

7.3.5.1. Steam

7.3.5.2. Paypal

7.3.6. Do not forget to backup all this

7.4. VPN

7.4.1. Private Internet Access

7.4.2. Create your own

7.4.3. Other good vpns

7.4.4. Do not use a free VPN

7.5. Make Backups

7.6. Change the defaults

7.7. Update your software!

7.7.1. This includes removing old plugins you do you use anymore

7.8. Encrypt your everything

7.8.1. Phones

7.8.1.1. Android

7.8.1.2. Iphone

7.8.1.3. Blackberry

7.8.2. PC

7.8.2.1. Mac/IOS

7.8.2.2. Windows

7.8.2.3. Linux

8. Feel free to browser at your leisure. Or click on the play button to go in the order I did during the presentation.

9. If you want to contribute please let me know and Ill be happy to add any info you can contribute. Find my info in the notes and links