Expect the unexpected, but the appalling reality is, that the world we live in today there are “Five Things We Can Not Get A Preventative Vaccination For Fraud Scams Being Hacked By Hackers That Leads To Identity Theft.” Everyday we either read about, hear about it, or in many cases, have it happen to us. Social Media, and the National News are inundated with the latest, security breach or “hack” attack on some large corporation, bank, branches of the Federal Government and on and on it goes. Now “Clouds” are being hacked with information falling like rain from the sky. There is a little satire in that last statement, some one can “hack” a cloud for sensitive and personal private content. But I’ll be danged if we can’t “seed” a cloud to make it rain and become a drought buster, that just about covers the subject on clouds for me.
I created the feature image at the top of the page, and the reason you see my hand with a glove on, hovering over my key board in a creepy menacing way, is to make the following point. Back in the day when someone burglarized our home, car, office or store, they wore gloves so no fingerprints were left to be found. In today’s technological world, “hackers” are nothing more than thieves and burglars, but instead of stealing our money or jewels they steal our information, and most times, that information turns into “identity theft.” We thought we had a “Preventative Vaccination” for that type attack, it was and still is a home security system, we know now how easily these type systems can and are disabled. The same applies to the security systems we have installed, on our computers, smart phones, credit card data bases, and I would be remiss, the latest information storage applications, the infamous “cloud.” Even though these “hackers” don’t really wear gloves while the perform the “theft” of our information, in many if not all cases they do leave finger prints behind, these prints are the digital kind,
“5Things We Can Not Get A Preventative Vaccination For Fraud Scams Being Hacked By Hackers That Leads To Identity Theft.” Comes from my own personal experience, all 5 have happened to me, and I would be willing to wager, that, at least one or two, or maybe all 5, have happened to you, or your company, business.
What the does that word really mean? Before the advent of the web when something got “hacked” it was usually associated with something like this. To cut or chop with repeated and irregular blows: “hacked” down the saplings.