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How Did They Steal My Identity?


Identity thieves are growing more sophisticated and intelligent in their means of stealing your precious identity.  That innocent grandmother standing behind you in line may just be skimming your shoulder, waiting to victimize your identity.  Or, that interesting single sending you risqué IMs could really be an identity thief, waiting to wreak havoc on your financial standing. 

In today's modern age, filled with both low-tech and high-tech criminal methods, it is important that you protect your identity from the dangers of criminals.  The first step to protecting your good name begins with understanding how criminals seek out your identity.  Empowering yourself with this knowledge keeps thieves away from your identity, keeping you free from the headaches and dangers associated with being a victim of identity theft.

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Spyware has many ways of getting onto your computer, such as:

When you download programs - particularly freeware, or peer-to-peer sharing programs.

More covertly, spyware can install itself just by you visiting certain sites, by prompting you to download an application to see the site properly.

ActiveX controls. These pesky spyware makers will prompt you to install themselves while using your Internet browser