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Bank users need to verify they're on a secure site before they log in, Blank says. For any website that requires personal information, consumers should look for "https" in the Web address, which signifies more security than "http."

Also, don't click on unfamiliar links, just as you wouldn't click on an unknown link with your home computer. "The advice is very much the same as with PCs," he says.


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