The New Year is Coming!
Dear readers, the Utopia P2P team of authors wish you a Happy New Year!
We hope that in 2023 you will be spared all threats to your online and offline security. You will be under the reliable protection of all internet security rules, which we have repeatedly written about in our articles.
Our team once again wants to remind you of the importance of using only proven and reliable tools for online data transmission, information retrieval, communication, and so on.
Therefore, the best solution would be to choose Utopia P2P — a new generation decentralized ecosystem that will reliably protect all your data. Anonymous registration will allow you to hide your identity and remain anonymous throughout the entire time you use the ecosystem. At the same time, your data will not all be stored on a single server. Instead, the ecosystem creates crypto containers that only Utopia P2P users have access to.
In Utopia, P2P is one tool that can replace popular messengers, file-sharing sites, browsers, and much more. It has everything you need for secure communication, data transfer, information retrieval, online payments, and much more.
Do you want to start the year as safely and securely as possible? Then download Utopia P2P and share the information with your friends.
Read more about Utopia P2P here.
And now we would like to remind you of the 10 main rules of internet security:
1. To protect your computer, you need regular software updates and to use reliable antivirus and antispyware programs.
2. Do not click on links and click buttons in pop-up messages that seem suspicious. Even if you are assured by the text that something very important is waiting for you.
3. To protect your personal information, come up with a strong password, and do not tell anyone. You should use unique usernames and passwords for each resource.
How can you come up with a strong password? Read more here.
4. Never provide sensitive information, such as an account number or password, in an email response or on social networks.
5. Before entering secret information in a web form or on a web page, pay attention to the presence of signs — such as the address of the web page starting with the HTTPS prefix and a closed padlock icon next to the address bar — which indicate a secure connection.
6. For the safety of communication in social networks, leave as little data about yourself as possible and selectively approach friendship offers.
Learn more about how to protect your data on social media here.
7. Open the “Settings” in social media services to set up a list of users who can view your profile or photos you are tagged in, control how people can search for information and add comments about you, and also find out how to block undesirable users.
8. Before viewing incoming emails in the email box, check the sender’s address. Feel free to send suspicious emails to spam, especially if such emails contain attached files.
Read more about email protection here.
9. In chat rooms and instant messaging systems, you can never be sure who is communicating with you. Try to avoid communicating with strangers, and in no case agree to meet with them in real life.
10. To download a picture or a melody, are you asked to send an SMS? Wait a moment! First, check this number on the internet — is it safe and not trying to deceive you?
Be protected, be safe, be attentive and careful in the new year!