Celebrate National Cyber Security Awareness Month

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October can be full of ghouls and ghosts, but what’s scarier that you can’t see? Scammers and fraudsters who want to hack into your computer, undetected, and steal your personal information or install malware.

Fear not, the FTC comes bearing treats – not tricks – to help you secure your devices during October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month.

Join us for Twitter chats on October 5th, 12th and 19th by following @FTC and the #ChatSTC hashtag. We will talk about online security, promoting cybersecurity in the workplace, and how to secure all sorts of internet-connected devices.

In the meantime, check out our online security playlist to get some helpful tips to protect yourself from cybersecurity tricks this October.

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I got a call yesterday telling me that my computer license has expired. I knew it could not be legitimate so I wrote down the call back number so I could pass it along to the FTC. I called the number to check it out, but I got a message that the number I dialed is not in use. The number is 1-800-301-2656.

I have a hacker my account sine few months this
hacker is service company T-Mobile make me so many problem. please to do something about this problem as quickly as possible. Thank you.

I was frauded by using FB. I did fill out an ICy & sent it in. But I was told FBI wont work on it unless it's over $125,000.00 I don't know how true it is.

I knew it could not be legitimate so I wrote down the call back number so I could pass it along to the FTC. I called the number to check it out, but I got a message that the number I dialed is not in use

Hi I’m very angry... Who is spy my phone

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