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How to Protect Yourself from Hackers

Portect your self from hackers

Portect your self from hackers

Are you safe from hackers? Nowadays, IoT devices play an essential role in human development, and we also need to secure these IoT devices, so here are some few tips to follow to be safe from hackers

Applications are up-to-date

Make sure that the Applications which you used in your computer or phone are up-to-date because sometimes there is some vulnerability left behind which the attacker or hacker used to access your device easily.

Create a strong password

Make sure that your password is at least 12 characters long, mixed-used of upper and lower case alphabets with numbers and symbols.

Use Multifactor Authentication

Multifactor Authentication is the method in which after entering the password you need to enter a four-digit code which expires after a short interval of time to ensure that you are only the legitimate user for the account.

Turn off everything you don’t need

Hackers take advantage with your open GPS, Bluetooth, and Network connection, so always turn them off when you don’t need it.

Links and Attachments

Always be careful about the links and attachment if you are not sure about the sender or the source

Never use the same passwords again and again

So we recommend you never to use same passwords in all social media, or whichever site you log in, see if in some case hackers can gain access to your any of your passwords of any site boom, all your accounts are in their hands.


  1. Hey nishant, xiepsilon here, there is a little query that I wanted to get cleared for a very long time. Is there a way to make everything back to normal, if once you are cryptojacked? I mean how to get out of this malicious entanglement?

    Help me get out of this, haha.

    Keep the good work going and thanks!!

    • Gaurav Tewari

      just close that site, which is using your resources, and crypto-jacking is rare nowadays can you tell which site you were browsing?:-p

    • Nishant Tiwari

      Mostly cryptojacking happens due to a phishing attack in which a hacker or attacker send you a link or an attachment and force you to open that, Once you open that link or attachment your computer is others cryptocurrency
      and if once you are cryptojacked and you want to know how to detect and stop cryptojacking in your system then read my full blog
      Link :

  2. Kartik

    Impressed of the way you described such an important topic.
    Would like to hear more like this!
    Keep up๐Ÿ˜

    • Nishant Tiwari

      Ya thanks you so much and stay harmonized for frequent posts…

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