Theft Identity 2017



May 4, 2017

Anything can be hacked. Though you don't read much about it these days, theft identity still occurs with people seeking ways to protect themselves. While shopping with a friend in Walgreen's, she suggested a billfold for my credit cards so criminals walking or driving by can't download my information. This applies not only to inner cities but smaller communities as well.

Another friend in New Jersey recently tried to apply for a drivers license in Florida, as he is moving there, only to discover that someone had used his identity 20 years ago, was arrested for DWI, and now that there is a national database, there was a warrant out for his arrest. This matter is quickly being resolved but it's amazing how far back these things can go and how they can have ramifications on your life today.

The suggestions in the article below can easily be hacked. Voice identity for professional hackers is not hard.

Those !@#% Passwords Are Headed Out. Here's What Comes Next   NBC - May 4, 2017
Imagine a future in which you log into your computer just by looking at the screen. When you open up a browser to shop, the website already knows it's you because of how you click and move around the page. On your way home from work, you walk up to an ATM and use your voice to withdraw cash. Some of these technologies are already available, and others will come soon. Together, they might make passwords a thing of the past.





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