I’ve been using the Internet since 1997, way before the invention of popular social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.
Since then, I’ve seen my fair share of email scams, hoaxes, and other types of cyberspace spam. Chances are, if you haven’t fallen victim to any of these scams, you’ve at least come pretty close.
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Snapchat is an app, most notably popular with teenagers and young adults, available for Android and i OS devices.
With Snapchat, you can send photos and videos to people you know, with the expectation that they will “self-destruct” in a specified amount of time.
While Snapchat users are not allowed to save messages they receive, they can still take screenshots or photos of the images.
This is becoming a concern for users, especially those who do not realize that this is a possibility before they send certain types of messages. The majority of Snapchat users are actually between the ages of 13 and 25.
The same technology that lets you stay in touch on-the-go can now let others tap into your private world — without you ever even suspecting something is awry.
Cybercrime is a very lucrative business for Internet con artists, and this is why these scams are so prevalent across the web.
Thieves are out to steal your money, and if they can’t get you to directly hand over the password to your online bank account, they’ll try to steal your identity or infect your computer with spyware – which, in turn, can be used to procure personal information to access your money.
HOOKED also lets you create your own chat stories from your i Phone.
Share stories from your life, funny texts or creepy crawly conversations from your worst nightmares.