Yesterday some one from Viet Nam was trying to access my gmail account. Google alerted me several times that someone not from where I live was doing this. I changed my password and it stopped, for now. Why should you care?
I use that account for Video conferencing and online platforms.
Some VTC software companies may not have the user’s best interest in mind. I just heard that a well-known VTC company is currently being sued for allegedly selling user data to third parties, including a popular social media company. According to the lawsuit, a VTC company has provided the third-party with customer information, including details of the device used.
Like all online accounts, it’s important to use complex passwords coupled with two-factor authentication, even though it is a pain. The majority of online platforms offer two-factor authentication in the form of SMS text messages or even through the use of an Authenticator App. Additionally, it’s important to never use the same password for all your accounts.
I am not sure which company my friends were referring to but if you are using a FREE service to broadcast, stream or post, those companies may sell your information. Nothing is really free my friends. The threat is real.
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